Scholarly Teaching Fellow in Quantitative Social Research
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The Department of Sociology is currently seeking to appoint a full-time Scholarly Teaching Fellow in the area of Quantitative Social Research. Reporting to the Head of Department, the Scholarly Teaching Fellow will contribute to the Department through teaching and scholarship and contribute to the enhancement of student learning. As a Scholarly Teaching Fellow, the appointee will be allocated up to 80% of teaching delivery and teaching-related duties.
The successful applicant will:
- Contribute to the development of the Department through teaching and scholarship
- Contribute expertise in their discipline through undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in quantitative social research, and research supervision where appropriate
- Contribute to the enhancement of student learning, personal development and achievement
- Participate in Departmental teaching teams and/or other collaborative teaching initiatives
- Assume various administrative tasks, responsibilities and other duties as requested by the Head of Department including committee work and student advising
To be considered for this position, you will demonstrate the below requirements in your CV and a 1-2 page cover letter.
- PhD submitted or awarded in quantitative social sciences.
- Demonstrated experience in academic teaching, specifically in the area of quantitative social research for at least 1 session in an academic role on a casual or fixed-term basis at an Australian university within the last 5 years.
- Demonstrated academic knowledge in the field of quantitative social research and a commitment and capability to deliver high quality learning and teaching, including the design, delivery, and management of lectures, tutorials, and assessment.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to engage with a variety of stakeholders.
- Ability to work as part of a team to contribute to the smooth operation of the Department.
- A strong track record of contribution to administration in a University or professional setting.
- Commitment and passion for engaging in scholarly and research activities.
Salary Package: Level A from $68,324 to $92,000 per annum, plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading.
Appointment Type: Full-time, continuing
Specific Role Enquiries: Professor Gabrielle Meagher, Head of Department of Sociology at email@example.com
General Enquiries: Anne Kumanan, HR Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications Close: Sunday 6th November at 11.55pm
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