Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Nutrition & Food Science
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- Full Time
School of Science and Health
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The School of Science and Health is educating tomorrow's graduates in an environment that is contemporary, challenging, and adaptive to a rapidly evolving world. Our teaching programs are intrinsically interdisciplinary, and cover a broad range of professional and other disciplines in the health science, biomedical science, and science areas. These areas are underpinned by a strong focus on research and research led teaching, which often involves partnerships with a range of external organisations. Our programs include undergraduate degrees, coursework Masters programs, and higher degree research programs (Masters and PhD).
An opportunity exists for a forward thinking, dynamic, and innovative scholar to take on a role at the level of Lecturer (Level B) or Senior Lecturer (Level C) in nutrition and food science and to contribute to our undergraduate and postgraduate programs in this area. You should have expertise and experience to teach into the general areas of nutritional science, as applied to human nutrition, and food science.
You will be expected to be involved in a range of academic activities including the coordination and teaching of units at undergraduate and postgraduate level. ou will also be expected to conduct research and supervise, where appropriate, undergraduate and postgraduate (Masters and PhD) students in their area of expertise. In this position you will work closely with research and teaching staff in the School of Science and Health and will be encouraged to develop collaborations across the wider University. You will also be required to foster relevant relationships external to the University.
This position will be based at the Hawkesbury Campus, but multi-campus teaching may be required.
For further information, please refer to attached Candidate Brief.
Academic Level B $120,440 to $142,118 p.a. (comprising Salary $101,773 to $120,175 p.a., plus 17 % Superannuation and Leave Loading).
Academic Level C $ 146,420to $167,961 p.a. (comprising Salary $123,852 to $142,263 p.a., plus 17% Superannuation and Leave Loading).
Position Enquiries: Professor Paul Wormell (02) 4570 1445 or email email@example.com
Closing Date: 8.30pm, Sunday 20 October 2019