Associate Professor in Engineering
Continuing full-time appointment
Research Active Academic Level D Salary $139,574 - $152,688 per annum
plus 17 percent superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave.
Apply your passion in research and teaching to enhance the University's Mechanical Engineering program.
The School of Engineering and Information Technology delivers teaching and research across a range of fields in applied science, with a strong focus on design, creativity and innovation. The School covers traditional areas of engineering studies, along with contemporary programs that focus on the tropical environment and the Northern Territory, using modern teaching methods such as team activities, project based learning and opportunities to work with staff and students from related disciplines.
As the Associate Professor of Engineering, you will lead the Mechanical Engineering discipline through mentoring, team-building, professional management and leadership as well as facilitate proactive thinking towards the enhancement of research, teaching, business development and community access. Through your external networking and academic reputation, you will enhance the school’s reputation for research in Corrosion Engineering and teaching and learning in Mechanical Engineering.
A doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering or related area from a recognised institution is essential as well as a significant track record of performing research of international standards in Mechanical Engineering, particularly in Corrosion Engineering, including demonstrated ability to attract external research funds.
Applications Close: 9 December 2016
For more information regarding the position please contact Professor Friso De Boer, on 08 89466994 or via email email@example.com
In order for your application to be complete, you must attach a Statement addressing Selection Competencies, as well as a current Curriculum Vitae (CV). The Selection Competencies can be found in the Position Profile via the link below, under the headings of Key Selection Competencies and Desirable Selection Competencies.