Lecturer to Associate Professor in Structural Health Monitoring

Location
Sydney (Suburb), New South Wales (AU)
Posted
19 Apr 2017
End of advertisement period
17 May 2017
Ref
IRC92438
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

UTS - Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology.

About the university:

UTS has a bold vision to be a world-leading university of technology. We are a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney, consistently ranked the top young university in Australia. With a culturally diverse campus life and extensive international exchange and research programs, UTS prepares graduates for the workplaces of today and tomorrow.  :

  • Ranked the 1st in Australia and 15th globally in the THE top 200 under 50 and ranked 8th in the QS Global 50 under 50.
  • Rated QS 5 Stars overall, achieving 5-star ratings in Employability, Engagement, Internationalisation and Diversity, and Facilities.
  • Ranked 2nd in Computer Science in Australia (ARWU) and 95th in Engineering and IT globally (THE)

About the Faculty:

The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology is an innovative and research intensive faculty with a strong reputation for its practice-based learning programs and industry engagement. It is supported by five academic Schools, with over 8,000 students and 300 academic and support staff.  

The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering has an impressive reputation in teaching, research and strong collaboration with industry, and produces high quality, practice-based engineers. In the recent QS Subject Rankings, UTS Civil and Structural Engineering was listed in the Top 100 in the world, while Environmental Sciences was listed in the top 200.

The School has a well-established, resourced research infrastructure supported by highly qualified technical staff. Our academic staff are highly research active, and are internationally renowned for the quality and creativity of their engineering teaching, research and industrial consultancy work. The School aspires to become a world-leading School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and is currently actively recruiting to support that strategy.

About the Role:

This role will engage in academic and research activity in the School with a focus on structural health monitoring and Non-destructive Testing (NDT). You will strengthen teaching Structural Engineering and Structural Dynamics, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. In addition, you will coordinate and contribute course development and participate and practice the UTS Model of Learning.  The role will contribute to the continuing development of the Centre for Built Infrastructure Research in the School.

With state-of-the-art campuses and facilities, we boast an unrivalled environment that produces research that matters and prepares students to become global thinkers, leaders and innovators. This is the time to join a dedicated and enthusiastic international team committed to furthering the School’s reputation internationally. 

Base Salary Range: $98,447 to $153,611 pa (Level B/C/D)

This role attracts 17% superannuation in addition to the base salary. Employee benefits include flexible work practices, child care centres, generous parental leave and salary packaging opportunities.

This appointment will be on a continuing basis.

How to Apply

Please click on the apply button to be taken to the advertisement on our careers page where you will find links with instructions on how to apply and the full  position description.

Specific enquiries or issues with your application may be directed to the UTS Recruitment Team at recruitment@uts.edu.au or on +61 (0) 2 9514 1080.

Closing Date:  Wednesday 17th May, 2017 at 11:59pm (AEST)

UTS is widely acknowledged as a leader in promoting gender equity and social justice. Cited as a WGEA Employer of Choice since the inception of the award, UTS is a current participant in the SAGE pilot program, the Australian trial of the Athena Swan gender equity accreditation program. We welcome applications from women, particularly for senior and non-traditional roles.