Lecturer in Economics
- Continuing full-time appointment
- Research Active Academic Level B Salary $95,851 to $113,329 per annum
- 17 percent superannuation plus 6 weeks annual leave (pro rata)
- Darwin Waterfront Campus
Apply your leadership experience by contributing to teaching, research and innovative community engagement activities in the area of Economics.
The CDU Business School recognises its responsibilities to facilitate sustainable business innovation that builds on Indigenous, local and global knowledge underpinning efficient and effective domestic and global trade. The School, which incorporates both VET and Higher Education, is uniquely placed at the centre of Australia’s Northern Initiative to grow the capacity of businesses to meet the trading demands of the greater Asia-Pacific region. The University is committed to further positioning the School as a major contributor to this growth.
As Lecturer in Economics you will contribute to teaching, research and innovative community engagement activities in the area of Economics. This will be achieved when you develop and deliver a mix of semester length units as well as short courses aimed at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education markets, and will be supported by your active involvement in research and consultancy.
Your core responsibility is leading or co-leading programs of research, teaching and innovative community engagement activities in the area of Economics. You will also manage multiple investigators and coordinate training opportunities for research students, as well as engage in research supervision and other knowledge and income generating activities.
To be successful you require a relevant PhD in Economics or related discipline and extensive work experience or equivalent professional experience. You will also hold a relevant teaching qualification with demonstrated research ability and the commitment to carry out research in the area of Economics, including publications is essential. As is the development and use of on-line learning and teaching pedagogies.
For more information please contact Dr Aggie Wegner, Deputy Head of School, on 08 8946 8830 or Aggie.Wegner@cdu.edu.au.
Applications close: 1 October 2017
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.
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