Community and Capstone Placements, Clinical Associate Professor

Location
Gold Coast, Australia
Salary
$60,754.66 to $66,493.58 (0.4 FTE) plus 10.5% superannuation per annum
Posted
11 Aug 2022
End of advertisement period
28 Aug 2022
Ref
83957830
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Part Time

About the position

Bond University Medical Program is seeking to recruit a medical specialist (GP or non-GP specialist) with a strong interest in working with a broad range of health and education disciplines in various community settings. The purpose of the position is to help expand and further develop clinical placements to allow students to engage with integrated placements outside the traditional hospital and general practice settings. Capstone Placements are provided to students in Australia and overseas to experience and understand healthcare in resource-constrained environments.

The Discipline Lead will contribute their knowledge, skills, and aptitudes to develop, refine and deliver curriculum and assessment relevant to these novel placements. They will be expected to work with clinicians within their discipline and with relevant interdisciplinary teams who supervise medical students on rotation across Bond’s clinical sites.

The Discipline Lead will provide input and support to those academics who provide teaching to prepare and educate students in years 1-3 about health systems and community-based health services in Australia and overseas. This may involve delivering lectures and working with relevant curriculum teams to ensure that this teaching meets Australian Medical Council standards. 

About the person:

The successful candidate will be a clinically active doctor with excellent leadership and communication skills, with the capacity to build relationships with a variety of clinicians and providers of community-based education.

A key strategy of the Medical Program is to further develop community and capstone placements in rural, remote, and Indigenous Health, therefore, experience working in these areas would be an advantage.

Initial Inquiries: For an informal discussion and to find out more about the position before applying, please contact any of the following:

  • Professor Janie Smith on 0409 587 578 or jansmith@bond.edu.au
  • Professor Mark Morgan on 07 5595 1253 mmorgan@bond.edu.au
  • Professor Kirsty Forrest on 07 5595 5205 kiforres@bond.edu.au

Salary details:

Bond University offers a vibrant campus with state-of-the-art facilities in a picturesque location, as well as a range of tangible benefits including (but not limited to): competitive remuneration, bus services to the door, available car parking, use of library, Career Development Services, corporate discount programs and a bulk-billing medical centre on-site.

This position is offered as a Clinical Associate Professor (A or B), dependent on skills and experience.

Part-time up to 0.4  FTE with flexible working arrangements.

The salary range for this position will be as follows:

  • Associate Professor B Clinical: $60,754.66 (0.4 FTE), (1FTE = $151,886.65) plus 10.5% superannuation per annum.
  • Associate Professor A Clinical: $66,493.58 (0.4 FTE) (1FTE = $166,233.96) plus 10.5% superannuation per annum

A clinical loading may also be applied as appropriate. Salary packaging options are available for eligible employees.

Application and submission details:

For further details regarding this appointment, please reference the position description and selection criteria at Jobs at Bond | Bond University

 Applications will be submitted online via the Careers at Bond University candidate portal. Please follow the 'How to apply' instructions provided. All candidates will be required to register prior to submitting an application.

Applications close: 5:00 pm, Sunday 28 August 2022

Applicants should have current work rights at the time of application. This status will be verified as part of the recruitment process.

Conditions of employment for this position are offered under a Bond Employment Contract (BEC).

Bond University is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage our students and staff to respect individuality and diversity. In line with Bond University’s values, people from diverse backgrounds, women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people who identify as LGBTIQ+, and people with a disability are encouraged to apply for positions at the University.

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