Lecturer in Analytical Chemistry
The School of Physical Sciences consists of the disciplines of Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Earth Sciences. The Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) is also a major research focus in the School.
The Lecturer in Analytical Chemistry will be required to make a significant contribution to research and teaching in materials, methods and/or instrumentation for chemical analysis and will be expected to interact with the current research strengths in the School within the areas of Synthetic and Analytical Chemistry.
In the role you will:
- Undertake high quality research of national and increasingly of international standing in the area of Analytical Chemistry.
- Undertake scholarly undergraduate coursework teaching of a high quality in the area of Analytical/Physical Chemistry including the delivery of lectures, tutorials and laboratories.
- Participate in management and advisory groups.
You will be employed on a full time, ongoing basis.
To be considered, you will have:
- A PhD in Chemistry or equivalent.
- A demonstrated history of research that has achieved national recognition and made worthwhile contributions to the field of Analytical Chemistry.
- Ability to perform University level teaching and learning.
Appointment to this role will be at Academic Level B and will have a total remuneration package of up to $127,369 comprising base salary within the range of $92,326 to $108,862 plus 17% superannuation.
For further information about this position please contact John Dickey, Head of School of Physical Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org / (03) 6226 2447.
**Please note, your application must as a minimum include your resume, a cover letter and your responses to the position/selection criteria. The position description for this role is available on the University of Tasmania website.
**Please note, your application must as a minimum include your resume, a cover letter and your responses to the selection criteria.
Applications close Monday 4 September 2017