Associate Professor in Sport Management
SALARY RANGE: $114,145 to $150,646 pa (plus 17% super)
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time and continuing
LOCATION: Melbourne Burwood Campus
ABOUT THE ROLE
Deakin Business School and the Department of Management are seeking to recruit academics in the area of sport management to join a team of established researchers.
This will include:
- Contributing to the Department’s teaching programs at undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision at honours and/or doctoral levels.
- Undertaking and publish high-quality research in journals of national and international reputation.
- Actively contribute to the development of the Department’s research agenda, including a strong performance in Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA).
- Participate in competitive external research funding activities.
- PhD in sport management or a relevant discipline.
- Experience in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision at honours and/or doctoral levels.
- A research profile underpinned by a publications record in high quality journals.
- Evidence of success in obtaining competitive external research funding.
For a full list of the selection criteria please see the position description
CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Professor David Shilbury, Tel: +61 3 9244 6164, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLOSING DATE: Sunday 4 March 2018
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