Lecturer in Medical Laboratory Science, Haematology
- College of Health and Human Sciences
- Continuing full time appointment
- Academic Level B/C Salary $ 99,851 to $135,201
- 17% percent superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave
- Casuarina Campus
Apply your experience in Haematology and Medical Laboratory Science to build the teaching and research profile of the College of Health and Health Sciences.
Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) existing research portfolio is impressive for a small, youthful university. Ranked in the top 2% of world universities, CDU is currently placed 31st in the top 100 universities in the world under 50 years of age.
The College of Health and Human Sciences drives the twin goals of teaching and research and offers a broad range of innovative programs that prepare students for a diverse range of career paths through study at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The College is responsible for teaching and research in the fields of social and health sciences and practice such as social work, psychology, pharmacology, medical laboratory science, clinical and biomedical science, and exercise and sports science.
The College also provides foundation education in a range of biological, chemical and biomedical sciences and offers a range of undergraduate, Honours and postgraduate programs.
As Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in the College of Health and Health Sciences you are responsible for teaching units in Haematology, Medical Laboratory Science and undertaking quality research. You will have every opportunity to work collaboratively in teaching and research with colleagues from the Royal Darwin Hospital, Flinders University’s NT Clinical School and the Menzies School of Health Research.
It is also expected that you undertake research and supervision of postgraduate research students within their area of expertise and interact with the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists.
To view details of the role please click on the following link: Position Profile
For more information or to have a confidential discussion please contact Natalie Milic, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Science on 08 8946 6036 or by email Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: Monday 5 pm 30 April 2018