Lecturer or Senior Lecturer, Paramedic Practice
Faculty / Portfolio:
Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
School of Primary Health Care
Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice Department
Notting Hill campus
$92,074 - $109,339 pa Level B /
$112,789 - $130,054 pa Level C
(plus 17% employer superannuation)
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We have two positions available open to all emergency health professionals! Level C Senior Lecturer and a Level B Lecturer.
The Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice (DCEHPP) provides undergraduate and postgraduate courses to students currently working in or planning employment in out-of-hospital and community based emergency health settings. The core business of DCEHPP is to:
- provide education and training services to meet the needs of ambulance services and of private patient transport services in Australia and internationally
- provide education programs for paramedics from Australia and overseas and other health professionals in the field of community-based emergency health
- undertake research in the field of community-based emergency health and paramedic practice.
DCEHPP is a leader in paramedic education, training and research, and has longstanding contractual agreements with Ambulance Victoria in the provision of Intensive Care Paramedic and Flight Intensive Care Paramedic training, and the Metropolitan Fire Brigade Services Board and their Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) program. DCEHPP offers one of the national's most prestigious undergraduate programs: Bachelor of Emergency Health (BEH) and has so for over 10 years. This degree offers potential paramedics with opportunities to work within an emergency ambulance service, and other community-based health settings in many parts of the world. DCEHPP also offers the internationally recognised master's program that offers clinical and research qualifications for current paramedics in Intensive Care, Aeromedicine and Extended Care Paramedicine.
As a Senior Lecturer / Lecturer, you will be expected to make contributions to the teaching effort of the University and to carry out activities to develop and maintain professional activities relevant to the profession. Specifically, these positions are primarily responsible for contributing to the development of education, training and scholarship, strategic direction (including research and professional development) for the department. The Senior Lecturer will undertake and be responsible for teaching and research within the postgraduate area, while the Lecturer will be responsible for teaching and research within the undergraduate area.
In these roles, you will be responsible for:
- undertaking research and other scholarly activities in clinical and/or education
- designing, implementing and reviewing educational innovations
- playing a leadership role in educational innovation, curriculum design and review
- coordination of appropriate linkages between industry and Monash University.
To be successful, you will have qualifications and/or experience recognised by the University as appropriate for the relevant discipline area. A strong background in curricula design and delivery of different modes of education to on-campus and off-campus students is essential. High-level interpersonal skills and proven ability to establish a good working relationship with colleagues and students and to develop and maintain strong professional links with relevant industry and the community are also essential to the role.
This role is a full-time position; however flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs".
Associate Professor Brett Williams, Head of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice, +61 3 9904 4283
Thursday 15 December 2016, 11.55pm AEDT