Lecturer, Centre for Big Data Research in Health

Kensington, Australia
$112,679 - $132,832 (Level B) + 17% Super and leave loading
19 Aug 2022
End of advertisement period
18 Sep 2022
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time
  • Employment Type: Full time (35 hour week)
  • Duration: 3 year fixed term (convertible tenure track)
  • Remuneration: $112,679 - $132,832 (Level B) + 17% Super and leave loading
  • Location: Kensington, NSW (Hybrid Flexible Working)

About UNSW:

UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re one of the top 50 universities in the world and a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged and do meaningful work, you’re in the right place.

Why Your Role Matters:

As a Lecturer (Level B), you will be expected to carry out activities to develop your scholarly research and professional activities both nationally and internationally and to contribute significantly to achieving the teaching and service missions of the UNSW Centre for Big Data Research in Health (CBDRH) and Faculty of Medicine and Health. In this position, you will not only contribute to the delivery of existing courses, but also enhance and grow our current offerings as well as contributing to the growing research programs within the Centre.

Who You Are:

  • A PhD in biostatistics, epidemiology or a related discipline, and/or relevant work experience.
  • Strong understanding of theory and methods relating to analysis of health and medical data to answer policy-relevant and clinical questions
  • Demonstrated experience in the practical application of advanced analytic methods (e.g. survival analysis, propensity score methods) to large-scale health and medical data to answer policy-relevant and clinical questions.
  • Demonstrated experience in teaching and learning design, development and delivery at postgraduate level in a field related to Health Data Science.
  • Experience using and/or designing with educational technologies and online delivery methods
  • Evidence of teaching effectiveness and passion for educational excellence (e.g. relevant discipline-based curriculum design and development at a variety of levels and scales).
  • Demonstrated track record in research with outcomes of high quality and high impact with clear evidence of the desire and ability to continually achieve research excellence as well as the capacity for research leadership.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team, collaborate across disciplines and build effective relationships.
  • Evidence of highly developed interpersonal and organisational skills and ability to network effectively and interact with a diverse range of students and staff.
  • Evidence of ability to support and inspire students from diverse backgrounds and support student equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives.
  • An understanding of and commitment to UNSW’s aims, objectives and values in action, together with relevant policies and guidelines.
  • Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training.

Benefits and Culture:

At UNSW, no two academic careers look the same. Here, you have the opportunity to carve out your own path. We have the facilities and support available to help amplify potential impact of research findings.

More information on the great staff benefits and culture can be found here.

How to Apply:

Make each day matter with a meaningful career at UNSW. Submit your application online before the 18th September at 11:55 pm. A copy of the Position Description can be found on JOBS@UNSW.

Get in Touch (for job related queries only – applications will not be accepted if sent to the contact listed):

Jamie Cutler: Talent Acquisition Consultant

E: j.cutler@unsw.edu.au

UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ+ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.