Lecturer in Politics, International Relations or Public Policy
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Within the Faculty of Arts, THE Department of Modern History Politics and International Relations is a dynamic transdisciplinary department offering undergraduate majors in Modern History, Politics and International Relations; postgraduate coursework programs in International Relations, and Politics and Public Policy; and higher degree research opportunities through the Masters of Research and PhD programs. With a number of new appointments, the Politics and International Relations discipline is entering an exciting new era in research and teaching. The principal areas of current teaching specialisation are Australian politics, international relations, political theory, and public policy and area/comparative studies with research clusters exploring Nationalism, Supranationalism and the State; Politics and Religion and Global, Regional and Transnational Governance. The Department is also home to the Centre for Middle East and North African Studies.
The Department is seeking a dynamic Lecturer who is both an outstanding teacher and a productive researcher in Politics, International Relations or Public Policy. The successful applicant will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in politics, international relations and/or public policy and will be expected to contribute to the administration of the Department's programs.
To be considered for this position, you will demonstrate the below requirements in your CV and a 1-2 page cover letter.
- PhD in either politics, international relations, public policy or related field
- Experience in unit and program design
- Evidence of a scholarly approach to teaching and learning
- Evidence that the candidate's teaching attracts superior levels of student satisfaction
- Capacity to contribute to departmental and faculty administration and service
- Capacity to supervise Higher Degree research
- Evidence of an established research career and a well-articulated research agenda
- Expertise in one or more of the following areas; East Asia, the Middle East, Australian foreign policy, gender, politics of development, research methods, and/or political theory
- A research agenda that aligns with one or more of the discipline's research clusters
- Experience in convening a postgraduate program
- Experience and interest in learning and teaching across the blended learning spectrum
Salary Package: Level B from $96,970 - $114,732 per annum, plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading.
Appointment Type: Full-time, continuing. It is expected that the successful candidate will commence the position in January 2017.
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Applications Close: Sunday 6th November 2016 at 11.55pm
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