Senior Lecturer, Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Full-time appointment
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $116,737 - $134,606 pa Level C (plus 17% employer superannuation)
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- Drive your own learning at one of the world’s top 80 universities
- Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions
Everyone needs a platform to launch a satisfying career. At Monash, we give you the space and support to take your career in all kinds of exciting new directions. You’ll have access to quality research, infrastructure and learning facilities, opportunities to collaborate internationally, as well as the grants you’ll need to publish your work. We’re a university full of energetic and enthusiastic minds, driven to challenge what’s expected, expand what we know, and learn from other inspiring, empowering thinkers.
The Senior Lecturer will be expected to make significant contributions to the teaching efforts of the Centre of Human Anatomy Education in the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology. The Senior Lecturer will maintain, develop and promote cross-disciplinary and inter-professional approaches to anatomy education, in an evidence-based manner.
The Senior Lecturer will also establish and supervise the Centre for Human Anatomy Education body donation program, and develop and assist in the delivery of a Masters in Surgical Anatomy.
The purpose of this position is to play a significant role in educational scholarship and/or professional activities commiserate with their level of appointment.
This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
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Professor Benjamin Kile, Head of Department (Anatomy and Developmental Biology), Benjamin.Kile@monash.edu
Friday 25 May 2018, 11:55 AEST