Lecturer in Midwifery
- Continuing full-time appointment
- Teaching Focused Academic Level B Salary $95,851 to $113,329 per annum
- 17 percent superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave
- Casuarina Campus
Contribute to the professional preparation of midwives through the development and delivery of midwifery courses and programs.
The School of Health delivers teaching in the areas of Social Work, Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Management Studies, Midwifery, Child and Family Health and Nursing. Successful completion of the Bachelor of Midwifery course enables students to apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia for registration as a Registered Midwife.
As the Lecturer in Midwifery, you will provide leadership in all aspects of research and course development, delivery and evaluation related to midwifery and undertake a negotiated teaching load including the preparation of teaching materials for internal and external delivery (Fleximode), student support, student assessment, and unit evaluation and revision.
To be successful you need a Master's qualification with a midwifery specialisation or equivalent and current registration as a Registered Midwife in Australia as well as recent and extensive work experience in the delivery of clinical midwifery and/or education.
Applications Close: 22 July 2017
For further information please contact Mrs Angela Bull, on 08 8946 7391 or e-mail: email@example.com
Statement of Claim:
Attention Applicants: It is a requirement of this selection process that applicants provide a Current Resume / CV, a Statement of Claim addressing the Selection Competencies as listed in the Position Profile.
CDU Diversity Statement:
Charles Darwin University embraces diversity and the innovative ideas, perspectives and experiences our diverse workforce contributes. As a leading employer within the Northern Territory, Charles Darwin University is committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve their career aspirations. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.