Lecturer in International Studies: Languages & Culture
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Within the Faculty of Arts, the Department of International Studies: Languages and Cultures offers undergraduate and higher degree research study programs in a broad range of languages and cultures. The Department also offers a Bachelor of International Studies which includes language and culture study from a range of European and Asian languages, a choice of electives in history, politics and regional studies, as well as a semester abroad, providing students with an international outlook.
The Department of International Studies is seeking a suitably qualified academic who has a strong research and teaching record in the area of Japanese Studies. The appointee will lecture and coordinate a number of units in Japanese language and culture and may be required to contribute to other interdisciplinary undergraduate and/or postgraduate units offered in the Department.
In addition, the appointee will actively seek funding for, and make a contribution to, the research activities of the Department of International Studies (including interdisciplinary research as appropriate) and undertake administrative duties as directed.
To be considered for this position, you will demonstrate the below requirements in your CV and a 1-2 page cover letter.
- Native speaker competency of Japanese and English
- PhD in a relevant field of Japanese Studies
- Demonstrated success in teaching Japanese studies at undergraduate and postgraduate level including the ability to develop scholarly and innovative approaches to teaching and learning
- Demonstrated experience in quality research/scholarship, which should be evidenced by publications and/or success in attracting research support
- Demonstrated ability or capacity to supervise higher degree research students
- Ability to contribute to a collegial environment that fosters and supports the work of others
- Record of contributing, or capacity to contribute, to administration in a University or professional setting
Salary Package: Level B from $96,970 to $114,732 per annum, plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading.
Appointment Type: Full-time, fixed-term for a period of 3 years
Specific Role Enquiries: A/Professor Ulrike Garde, Head of Department of International Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org
General Enquiries: Anne Kumanan, HR Officer at email@example.com
Applications Close: Sunday 6th November 2016 at 11.55pm
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