Lecturer in Psychology, Early Career Development Fellow
- Clinical Psychology and Cross-Cultural Psychology focus
- 3 Year Fixed Term Contract, 1.0 FTE
- Academic Level B ($98, 495 - $116, 965 PA + 17 % Super) based at Bundoora campus
About the role and college/portfolio:
The College at RMIT University comprises three Schools delivering a broad range of programs in science, engineering, health and technology at higher education certificate, bachelor, masters and PhD levels. There is a vibrant research community attracting funding from a range of government and industry sources. The College has an annual income of approximately $550 million and employs over 1,400 staff providing on and offshore programs to approximately 30,000 students.
The School of Health and Biomedical Sciences comprises three Academic Clusters (Allied Health, Applied Health, and Biomedical Sciences). Primarily based at the RMIT Bundoora campus, we undertake teaching and research across ten disciplines: Chinese Medicine, Chiropractic, Exercise Science, Human Biosciences, Laboratory Medicine, Medical Radiations, Nursing, Osteopathy, Pharmacy and Psychology.
As the Lecturer, Early Career Development Fellow in Psychology (ECDF) you will contribute to the teaching and research efforts of the School in the Discipline of Psychology, specifically focusing on Clinical Psychology and Cross-Cultural Psychology.
The role will be responsible for undertaking teaching activities within the Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs, and for maintaining and advancing scholarly, research and/or professional capabilities.
- In the past 3 years, you will have been employed on a casual basis at an Australian University, but not on a continuing basis
- Demonstrated ability to undertake course coordination and prepare and deliver programs at undergraduate and post-graduate levels, including online delivery, and the ability to produce high quality curriculum or program materials
- Clinical practice experience including endorsement as an AHPRA-approved Psychologist
- Demonstrated capacity to work effectively and to negotiate sensitively with students especially on issues related to effective learning
- Emerging track record and recognition for quality research outputs which will contribute to existing Discipline and School research areas evidenced by publications, development of new research initiatives, competitive research funding, and industry links
- An ability to supervise research projects and an interest in supervising PhD students
- Demonstrated high level of interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work effectively within a multidisciplinary team environment.
- PhD in a relevant field and endorsement as an AHPRA-approved registered psychologist.
- Preferred: Completion of the Essentials in Tertiary Teaching Practice program or equivalent1 (if the appointed candidate does not meet this requirement at the time of appointment, they will be supported to complete this as a requirement to fulfill their probation).
Please submit your resume and cover letter outlining your interest and suitability for this role. Candidates are requested to separately address the key selection criteria outlined in the position description. For any inquires please contact Associate Professor Sophia Xenos, Discipline Leader, Psychology at email@example.com
Applications close on Monday 9 November 2020.
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