Associate Professor or Professor in Physiotherapy
- Full Time, Continuing
- Level D/E – $135,871 to $175,021 p.a (Plus 17% Superannuation)
- Albury-Wodonga, Orange or Port Macquarie
CSU is a forward-thinking, multi-campus, carbon-neutral university. ‘Yindyamarra Winhanganha’, a Wiradjuri phase meaning ‘the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in’ is at the heart of CSU’s approach to education and research. Staff in the School of Community Health are committed to partner with regional, rural and remote communities to educate future health professionals and conduct collaborative impactful research.
The Associate Professor/Professor in Physiotherapy will provide academic and research leadership to the physiotherapy staff and students of Charles Sturt University on the Albury-Wodonga, Orange and Port Macquarie campuses. The incumbent will be expected to conduct and foster research aligned to the strategic direction of the University, support the academic development of physiotherapy and School of Community Health staff, supervise postgraduate research students, seek opportunities for attracting external grant income and foster collaborative links with community partners. Appointments at this level are expected to have a role in University-wide activities and to contribute to an ethos encouraging teaching, research, scholarship and community service.
This position can be located on any of the campuses where physiotherapy is taught. CSU campuses are located in vibrant regional cities with tremendous lifestyle opportunities. CSU campuses have excellent purpose-built facilities and Albury Wodonga has a publicly accessible Community Engagement and Wellness Centre. The physiotherapy program is distinctive and progressive delivered by a motivated team committed to excellence in physiotherapy practice. The School of Community Health offers a supportive, flexible and friendly working environment.
Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection
criteria listed in the position description.
Applications close: 9 April 2017