Associate Lecturer / Lecturer / Senior Lecturer – Physiotherapy (Cardiorespiratory)

Rockhampton (Suburb), Central Queensland (AU)
23 Sep 2016
End of advertisement period
18 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Full Time
  • Continuing, Full-Time
  • School of Human, Health and Social Sciences
  • CQUniversity Rockhampton

Total Remuneration

Associate Lecturer: $77,008 to $104,116

Lecturer: $109,559 to $130,150

Senior Lecturer: $134,262 to $154,395

Your New Role:

A great opportunity has arisen to join the academic physiotherapy team at CQUniversity. We are looking for a physiotherapist with experience and expertise in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy to contribute to curriculum development, teaching, research and clinical education of undergraduate physiotherapy students in our accredited program.

You Will Be:

As an Academic in the field of Physiotherapy, you will be engaged by:

  • Continuously improving and exploring new ways to do your job successfully.
  • Collaborating and cooperating with other departments to achieve positive business outcomes.

You Will Have:

When submitting your application for this position, please provide evidence of the qualifications outlined in the position description.

To begin your journey with Australia’s most engaged and inclusive University

  • Vacancy Reference Number: 31521
  • Applications Close: 11:59pm, Tuesday 8th November 2016

You must submit the following documents in order to be eligible for consideration for this role: Cover Letter (optional), Current Resume, Responses to Selection Criteria (please refer to Job Application Information), Certified copies of Qualifications relevant to Position Description Use uppercase alphabetic or numeric characters only in your file names.  Do not use any characters such as apostrophe (‘), slash (/), ampersand (&) etc. except in your email address

CQUniversity is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes diversity in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Applicants for the position must have full time work rights.”