Lecturer, Science - Physical Geography/Environment

Location
Fremantle, Perth, Australia
Salary
Level B, Step 1 ($92,446 - $109,783)
Posted
27 Jul 2017
End of advertisement period
14 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Part-time 0.75 FTE
Salary: $92,446 – 109,783 (Plus 12% Superannuation & 17.5% Leave Loading)

The Role

This is rare opportunity to join a small, cohesive team committed to the ongoing success of our Science Program (http://www.nd.edu.au/fremantle/schools/arts_sciences/science).

The position will suit a dynamic person who has an interest in contributing to the progression of our broad-based, holistic Science course. Delivered through the School of Arts and Sciences on the Fremantle Campus, the course focuses on graduating versatile and work-ready individuals capable of pursuing a diverse range of career paths. The course offers students the chance to study in the fields of Physical Geography and Environment, Archaeology, Biology and Human Biology.

Skills & Experience

To be successful in the role, you will:

  • Complement the existing Science team;
  • Be qualified to teach Physical Geography; with additional expertise in the application of Science in an environmental context;
  • Possess experience in curriculum design and development; and
  • Possess the ability and genuine enthusiasm to work collaboratively to develop our unique program.

Benefits

  • Located in historic Fremantle
  • Within walking distance from public transport
  • Friendly working environment
  • 12% Superannuation
  • Staff fitness program

About the University

The University of Notre Dame Australia is a Catholic university with campuses in Fremantle, Broome and Sydney. The Objects of the University are the provision of university education within a context of Catholic faith and values and the provision of an excellent standard of teaching, scholarship and research, training for the professions and the pastoral care of its students.

The University seeks to foster in all staff and students an appreciation of the richness and relevance of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the obligation to serve the wider community in their chosen disciplines and in their daily lives.

How to Apply

Complete and submit an Application Package for the position which is available on our website http://www.nd.edu.au/jobs/fremantle.shtml  

For further enquires please phone Assoc Prof Dylan Korczynskyj, Science Course Coordinator on (08) 9433 0107 or email dylan.korczynskyj@nd.edu.au

Applications close: No later than 9.00am (WST) Monday 14 August 2017