Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor / Professor, Sydney Law School
- Full time Continuing employment, located on the Camperdown campus at the Sydney Law School
- Opportunity to teach and research in Federal Constitutional Law and Public Law
- Opportunity to engage with one of the best law schools in the world
The University of Sydney is Australia’s premier University with an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence. University of Sydney is ranked 3rd in Australia and 38th in the world in QS world university ranking 2022.
The University of Sydney Law School is one of the best law schools in the world for teaching and research, our students learn from globally recognised legal educators and highly respected professional practitioners. Our internationally renowned researchers are working to deliver real-world change in Australia and overseas. The School is ranked 16th in the QS World Universities Rankings 2022 for the discipline of law.
Sydney Law School is seeking to appoint outstanding academics at the level of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor (Level B/C/D/E) to contribute to the teaching and research in the field of Federal Constitutional Law and Public Law. The successful applicant(s) will play a significant role in contributing to the academic endeavours within the Discipline of Federal Constitutional Law and Public Law in Sydney law School and will contribute to fostering a culture of excellence through their own expertise and through guiding academic staff and students towards success.
About you (skills, capabilities and experience)
The successful candidates will
- hold a PhD or equivalent higher research degree in relevant academic field.
- have a law degree.
- have an established record of effective teaching, research and established scholarship, as well as professional accomplishments in the field of Federal Constitutional Law and Public Law
- possess in depth knowledge and understanding of the key strategic issues in the higher education sector.
- Demonstrated understanding of the University’s organisational culture and values.
Specific requirements are found in the below position descriptions:
Term and remuneration
The successful candidate will be offered a continuing full-time position, subject to completion of a satisfactory probation period for new appointees. The successful candidate will be offered an attractive remuneration package commensurate with the responsibilities of the position and the candidate’s relevant experience and qualifications.
Visa sponsorship and relocation assistance will also be provided if required.
How to apply
Applications (including a CV and cover letter outlining how your skills, capabilities and experience meet the requirements for the role) must be submitted via the link above.
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