Professional Register

Location
Sippy Downs, Australia
Posted
03 Nov 2017
End of advertisement period
01 Dec 2017
Ref
17008
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Sessional

The Casual Professional Register allows individuals to express their interest in being considered for casual employment when suitable opportunities arise. 

Click Apply for Job above to complete an on-line questionnaire that will assist you to identify the areas of work you are interested in and upload your resume.   

To maintain currency of the register, applications will be removed at the end of each calendar year. 

ABOUT US

USC is one of Australia’s fastest growing universities, with more than 14,000 students and a reputation for quality learning and teaching.

Our students enjoy relevant, up-to-date course content and learn from nationally awarded teaching staff. USC is the only public university in Queensland to earn five stars for teaching quality in the Good Universities Guide annually since 2007.

Our study locations include campuses on the Sunshine Coast, Fraser Coast, in Gympie and Brisbane’s South Bank precinct, plus speciality international locations in the Melbourne and Sydney CBDs. We also have study nodes in North Lakes, Caboolture and Noosa, and will open a brand new full-service campus in Moreton Bay in 2020.

Our team is comprised of academic staff who work in the areas of teaching and research, and professional staff who work in a range of areas including student services, marketing, information technology, finance, human resources, counselling, disability support, library, mail and print services, technical support, hospitality services, and administration.

If you are seeking casual work with us, you will enjoy excellent working conditions, modern facilities and access to the latest technology. Find out more about the benefits of working with us here benefits of working at USC

CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Human Resources: USCcareers@usc.edu.au

USC values diversity, enables access and promotes inclusion. 
USC strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.