Lecturer in Information Technology

Darwin, Australia
03 Oct 2019
End of advertisement period
03 Nov 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
  • Continuing, full time appointment
  • Research Active Academic Level B Salary $99,487 to $117,628
  • Plus 17% superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave
  • Casuarina Campus

We need your diverse background, life experience and community-mindedness to build the new world.

At Charles Darwin University, we bring people and knowledge together to create transformative learning in a new world university. Like our namesake Charles Darwin, we think differently, challenge conventions and look for better ways. Our place in the Northern Territory, in Australia and in the Asian region fosters new ideas and innovative approaches.  We are conscious of the issues and injustices of our times, and we look for new solutions. We believe everyone can make a positive impact. Because skills, training, knowledge and research can transform lives. As the new world university, we believe You make CDU.

Our College of College of Engineering, IT & Environment, delivers world-class teaching and research in the areas of Engineering, Information Technology, and Environmental Science. With a strong focus on innovation, our internationally accredited engineering degrees encourage creativity and flexibility, allowing students to specialise in a range of engineering disciplines, while information technology programs utilise state-of-the-art technologies and methodologies, including mobile technology, to equip students for a seamless integration into their chosen field. We celebrate those with unique paths, perspectives and experiences.

As a Lecturer in Information Technology, you will contribute to the IT teaching and research program of the University by encouraging and facilitating the development of a professional team approach through a range of measures including mentoring, team building, professional management and leadership. Your innovative and proactive approach will see you enable change within the College; how research, teaching, business development and community access might be developed, and improvements facilitated in areas such as Information Systems, Software Engineering, Data Science and Cyber Security.

You will need to have a doctoral degree in Information Technology or related area, with teaching experience at a tertiary level in Information Technology, including unit and course development, as well as postgraduate supervision. Your track record for performing relevant research to an international standard, and successfully attracting external research funds will be essential to your success. The world is changing fast; we need to build a resilient workforce stocked with open minds, new skills and the tools to create a new world. You bring opportunity and partnership.

At Charles Darwin University, we believe it’s the unique experiences, perspectives and opinions you bring that help make us the new world university. Join us. Apply now or to view further details of the role please download the Position Profile.

For more information or to have a confidential discussion, telephone Professor Suresh Thennadil on (08) 8946 6564 or email via Suresh.Thennadil@cdu.edu.au

Applications Close: Sunday 3 November 2019