Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences
Academic B, $92,946 - $110,373 per annum plus superannuation contribution. This is a full time ( 36.75 hours per week) fixed term appointment until 24 June 2019.
- Work in a collaborative team environment
- Join a leading research institution
- Located at the Western Centre for Health Research and Education at Sunshine Hospital and the St Albans campus of the University
About the Organisation
As the University of Opportunity and Success, Victoria University will be open and excellent, creating exceptional value for any student from any background and uplifting the communities in which we operate. We will achieve this vision by providing high quality, engaging career-based tertiary education at all levels of vocational and higher education with flexible entry and exit points, appropriate pathways, engaging and rigorous curriculum and contemporary delivery, while maintaining rigorous standards and ensuring that all students are supported to meet those standards. We will also undertake high quality and innovative applied and translational research which results in healthier, smarter and sustainable communities in the West of Melbourne and beyond, and connecting deeply with industry and the community, in turn enhancing the quality of teaching and learning.
About the Role
You will be required to teach in the areas of human physiology, pathophysiology and/or Reproductive and Developmental Biology to students enrolled in the courses offered by the Medical Sciences Program area and to students from other courses within the University, which are undertaking units offered by the College of Health and Biomedicine. You will also make independent, original and innovative contributions to the advancement of research teams, as well as demonstrating excellence in teaching at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels within the college.
About the Person
An accomplished and PhD qualified academic, you will have demonstrated teaching expertise in one or more of the following areas; human physiology, pathophysiology and/or Reproductive and Developmental Biology. With a proven track record of success in research, post-graduate supervision and grant applications, you will also be recognised for your ability to use innovative and contemporary blended learning strategies and teaching methods which enhance the student experience.
A full list of duties is available in the position description
- Salary sacrifice options
- Professional development opportunities
- Flexible working arrangements available
- On-site gym, parking and more!
How to apply:
For a Position Description and to submit an application please visit our website www.vu.edu.au/jobs
Applications must be submitted as a single document comprising;
- A cover letter
- Your CV
- Your responses to the selection criteria listed in the Position Description
Please note: Applications which do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.
Applications Close: 4.00 pm Friday 18 May 2018