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Academic Board and Learning and Teaching Committee Members

Global Technology and Business Institute
Board and Committee Members are paid per meeting in accordance with the industry norm.
Closing date
10 May 2024



Global Technology and Business Institute (GTBI) is charting new courses in the academic landscape and is preparing to submit a comprehensive course accreditation application to TEQSA. With a timeline set for the end of next year and lodgement planned by March 2025, we invite forward-thinking and dedicated professionals to join our endeavour. If you are keen to be at the forefront of educational innovation and believe you can make a significant contribution to one of the roles outlined below, we welcome your application.


Note: GTBI chooses not to have a website until the registration is achieved from TEQSA. Should you require further information about the organisation and its current operations, please email us. 


Available Positions:


Role 1: Academic Board Member


Key Responsibilities but not limited to:


  1. Strategise and govern academic pursuits, ensuring courses integrity and the pinnacle of educational excellence.
  2. Scrutinise and endorse courses.
  3. Develop and implement academic policies, benchmarking, and risk mitigation.
  4. Ensure compliance with legislative and regulatory standards, including oversight of disciplinary measures.
  5. Promote academic integrity and monitor educational quality. Formulate committees to support the Academic Board's functions.
  6. Thrive to ensure student welfare and scholastic progression.
  7. Report to the governing board regularly.


  1. Demonstrated experience in higher education governance and TEQSA applications.
  2. PhD in IT or education.
  3. Extensive track record in academia.


Role 2: Learning, Teaching and Course Advisory Committee Member


Key Responsibilities include but not limited to:


  1. Collaborate on course design, infusing current pedagogic techniques and industry demands.
  2. Advise the Academic Board on educational strategies and student welfare.
  3. Innovate teaching materials and academic regulations.
  4. Participate in scholarly activities and recommend enhancements.
  5. Monitor and adapt learning technologies to uphold educational standards.
  6. Review the unit materials, including assessment methods, and provide advice to the Academic Board.
  7. Establish frameworks to monitor, collect, review and implement student and staff feedback to enhance courses.


  1. PhD in Information Technology or an IT related discipline.
  2. A minimum of five years teaching at a Master's level.
  3. A record of scholarly contributions over the past decade.
  4. A minimum of five years’ experience as a Learning and Teaching Committee Member or equivalent.

Application Details:

Submit your comprehensive CV and a cover letter detailing your suitability for the position.


Please apply by 10 May 2023 before 11:59 PM (AEST).


For enquiries or to apply, please contact:


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