Learning Innovations Support Officer
About the position
Working within the Office of Learning and Teaching, this position will support teaching staff in developing digital literacies and in the utilisation and implementation of high quality learning and teaching approaches and curriculum to inspire continuous academic innovation at Bond University.
Reporting to the Director, the Learning Innovations Support Officer is responsible for working with staff to utilise technology enhanced learning tools in the learning space and engaging with staff to provide training and professional development on innovative approaches to teaching and learning. This position will directly service and support OLT-led learning and teaching activities, programs, projects and educational services to improve 21st century quality teaching, digital literacy and innovation in relation to learning and teaching.
About the person:
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to learning and teaching, educational development, educational technology and/or adult education along with experience in an educational context. Knowledge of adult learning theory, instructional design principles and current trends in ICT and digital literacy are essential as are demonstrated skills and experience in using, teaching, adapting, developing and evaluating education technologies.
The role will require an individual who has excellent oral and written communications skills, proven initiative, problem-solving skills and the ability to self-manage workload.
Bond University offers a vibrant campus with state-of-the-art facilities in a picturesque location, as well as a range of tangible benefits including (but not limited to): competitive remuneration, bus services to the door, available car parking, use of library, Career Development Services, corporate discount programs and a bulk-billing medical centre on-site.
Remuneration for the appointment will be $78,712.66 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation.
It is expected that the successful applicant will commence in the role in January 2018 (date to be negotiated).
Position related enquiries can be directed to Dr Sarah Long, Director of Learning and Teaching on 07 5595 3078 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Application and submission details:
For further details regarding this appointment please reference the position description and selection criteria.
Applications should include the following supporting documents:
- A cover letter including the position title, where you saw this role being advertised and the position reference number #OLT17108;
- A curriculum vitae which includes the names and contact details of three referees; and
- A statement addressing each of the selection criteria as outlined in the position description.
Completed applications should be sent to:
Peta Dawson/Kayleigh Corlett
Applicants must have current work rights in Australia at the time of application. This status will be verified as part of the recruitment process.
Conditions of employment for this position are offered under a Bond Workplace Agreement (BWA)
Bond University is an equal opportunity employer.