Practicum and Education Officer, Exercise Science (Associate Lecturer)

Wollongong, Australia
$83,107 - $97,367 (pro-rata) + 17% superannuation
30 May 2022
End of advertisement period
19 Jul 2022
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Part Time
  • Fixed Term, part time appointment (5 years, 0.5FTE)
  • Level A: $83,107 - $97,367 (pro-rata) + 17% superannuation

The Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health (SMAH) comprises the Schools of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience (SCMB), Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences (SEALS), the School of Nursing (SON), the Graduate School of Medicine (GSM, Doctor of Medicine program) and the School of Medical, Indigenous and Health Sciences (SMIHS). With such a diverse science and health focus, SMAH is positioned to be a major force in connected and science-embedded education and translational science, medical and health research in Australia.

This position will be located within the discipline of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation, which offer courses of undergraduate study in Exercise Science and Exercise Science and Rehabilitation, and post-graduate Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology, and Graduate Certificate in Strength and Conditioning. Our programs allow students to choose professionally accredited courses that focus on developing discipline specific knowledge and skills, or courses that provide a broadly based University education in Exercise Science.

This role supports these academic programs by monitoring and reviewing the quality of the placement experience, if standards are in line with those of accreditation as dictated by Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and if students are attaining the necessary competencies while on placement.

You will be prompted to respond to a selection criteria questionnaire as part of the application process.  For further information about this position, please contact Eve Archibald, School Manager on + 61 2 4221 4373 or

Closing Date: Tuesday 19 July 2022, 11:59 PM

The University of Wollongong is committed to workplace equity, diversity and inclusion. We value and acknowledge the importance of our people’s diverse experiences, talents and cultures that they bring to work with them each day. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of attracting and retaining talent in our workforce. The creation of a diverse and inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential, enhance our success and achieving our vision of being in the Top 1% of universities globally.


The University of Wollongong was born with a mission to transform our region: to educate and empower the people of the Illawarra. Our commitment to a better future has shaped our direction and impact since our inception.

 Over the years, we have grown to be a global diverse and inclusive civic university, working to solve global challenges and promoting harmony and social cohesion. We are proud to be a globally recognised and respected university, opening doors for our students, staff and partners.