Senior Lecturer / Lecturer, Property and Real Estate
- Based at the Burwood Campus
- Full-time and Continuing
- Level C: $122,950 - $141,381 + 17% Superannuation OR
- Level B: $ 100,837 - $119,266 + 17% Superannuation
We are currently seeking to appoint a Lecturer or a Senior Lecturer who will work as part of Deakin Business School, playing a major role in scholarship, research, and teaching within the Department of Finance.
The successful candidate will conduct research and teach students in the multidisciplinary field of property and real estate, to improve the standing of the Deakin Business School’s courses, and to enhance the national and international reputation of the Department. They will be responsible for developing and, where appropriate, leading research collaborations, programs and projects including supervision of PhD students.
Your key responsibilities will include:
- Participating in or leading the integration of industry and research practice to inform unit/course design and teaching practices across the discipline within the Department
- Participating in or leading teaching teams to develop courses and materials and innovation in curriculum design
- Develop and deliver learner-centric, research-informed, and innovative teaching across different levels/modes of delivery
- Building the teaching and learning capability related to discipline or pedagogy, and support the professional development of other academics
- Publishing in high-quality journals, including top-tier journals of property and real estate
- Actively participate in or lead high-quality research and scholarship activities generating high-impact outputs
- Engaging in and increasingly developing academic or other collaborations that enable novel and high-quality research activities
- Demonstrating a sustained and growing track record of timely delivery of outcomes for industry partners, with growing national recognition
- Recruiting and supervising HDR students with timely completions and production, high-quality outcomes
To be successful, you’ll have:
- PhD (or near completion) in a relevant discipline
- Excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in UG and/or PG programs
- Certified Practicing Valuer (CPV) qualification is desirable
- Ability to teach property law
- Nationally recognised or emerging research reputation underpinned by publications in quality journals
- Exhibitions and/or success in obtaining external research grants
- Experience or success in supervising HDR students or student research projects
- Positive engagement with research, community, industry and government to enhance the national standing of the discipline
- Demonstrated capacity and passion for leadership of teaching, research and/or administration
- Excellent interpersonal skills and a proven ability to establish good working relationships with colleagues.
Applications for this position close on 14 August 2022.
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Successful applicants will need to comply with vaccination mandates imposed by the relevant state/territory government. Applicants who attend third-party sites to undertake University activities will also be required to comply with any other directions or requirements in place at the third-party location.
Please submit your resume and a short cover letter outlining your experience.
For a confidential discussion regarding this position, please contact Xiangkang Yin, Head of Department Finance at email@example.com
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