Lecturer in Molecular Pathology
School of Veterinary and Life Sciences
- Fixed term to 30 April 2021, part time position (18.75 hrs per week)
- Lecturer, Level B | $92k-$109k pro-rata, plus 17% employer superannuation contributions
- Salary Packaging opportunities
- Ref: 1185G05/201922
The School of Veterinary and Life Sciences (VLS) has major strengths in teaching and research across the whole of the life sciences, encompassing the Veterinary, Agricultural, Biomedical, Medical Laboratory, Forensic, Biological and Environmental Sciences.
The School offers an internationally accredited veterinary course and has close access to farmland and to a major tertiary hospital precinct. VLS is well resourced with excellent teaching and research facilities and has highly qualified academic and professional staff who are aligned within four areas, namely the College of Veterinary Medicine, Medical and Molecular Sciences, Agricultural Science and Environmental and Conservation Sciences.
The Lecturer in Molecular Pathology is a teaching focused role critical to maintaining our Laboratory Medicine/Clinical Laboratory Science teaching capabilities. Specifically, the Lecturer in Molecular Pathology will provide key scientific understanding of clinical diagnostic genomics and haematology for our undergraduate teaching as well as maintain postgraduate and Honours students, and link to active research programs in these discipline areas.
For further information about this position, please refer to the Position Description.
Skills and Experience
- A PhD in an area relevant to appointment
- Demonstrated experience in teaching in the discipline or profession, or two or more years of postdoctoral or equivalent professional experience
- Demonstrated ability to work under broad direction only, exercise initiative in undertaking responsibilities and work effectively as a team member
- Demonstrated ability and commitment to supervise Honours research projects
Applicants should refer to the Position Description for further detail on the essential skills and experience required for this role.
With strong links to government, business and the community, Murdoch University helps people discover how to make a difference. Our staff and students are committed to high quality education, innovative research, and strong community engagement both locally and internationally.
Prospective staff can expect to enjoy the lively, natural campus and dynamic work environment, as well as a range of benefits and services unique to employment at Murdoch. There's never been a better time to join us.
For more information or to apply:
Please visit http://jobs.murdoch.edu.au/ to view the Guide for Applicants and Position Description. Here you will also find the online form to submit your application. Please note that emailed applications will not be accepted.
Position contact: Associate Professor Wayne Greene, Leader of Medical and Molecular Sciences on +61 8 9360 2545 or at W.Greene@murdoch.edu.au.
Closing date: Wednesday 21 February 2018 (11:59pm)