Lecturer in Human Pharmacogenetics and Metabolomics, School of Science
Western Sydney University is a modern, forward-thinking, research-led university, located at the heart of Australia’s fastest-growing and economically significant region, Western Sydney. Boasting 11 campuses – many in Western Sydney CBD locations – and more than 200,000 alumni, 49,500 students and 3,500 staff, the University has 14 Schools with an array of well-designed programs and degrees carefully structured to meet the demands of future industry.
The University is ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide, and as a research leader, over 85 per cent of the University’s assessed research is rated at ‘World Standard’ or above.
The School of Science is a large and comprehensive school with learning, teaching and research excellence encompassing a wide range of biological, chemical, environmental, food, forensic, medical, nutritional and physical sciences, including agriculture and astronomy.
An opportunity exists for a Lecturer to join the team.
In this position you will be expected to be involved in a range of academic activities including:
- The teaching of Human Pharmacogenetics and Metabolomics related programs;
- Conducting research and supervising, where appropriate, undergraduate (Honours) and postgraduate (Masters and PhD) students in their area of expertise.
- Developing collaborations with units across the wider University and foster relevant relationships external to the University.
Please refer to the Position Description for further information about the requirements of the role.
This is a full-time, ongoing position based at the Parramatta Campus
Remuneration Package: Academic Level B $125,306 to $147,860 p.a., (comprising Salary of $105,885 to $125,030 p.a., plus Superannuation and Leave Loading).
Position Enquiries: Dr Mark Temple (02) 4620 3329 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 8:30pm, Tuesday 27 April 2021
To be eligible for this position you must provide evidence of your Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency at the time of application.
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