Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $95,297 - $113,166 pa Level B / $116,737 - $134,606 pa Level C (plus 17% employer superannuation)
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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 School of Social Sciences at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia seeks applications for two continuing (tenure-track equivalent) appointments at the rank of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Assistant/Associate equivalent) in Criminology. The School of Social Sciences is recognised internationally for its quality education, innovative research and international engagement.
Monash University is the largest university in Australia and regularly ranks in the top 100 universities worldwide. Monash has six globally networked campuses and international alliances in Europe and Asia. The two appointments will be based at the Clayton campus in Melbourne. Melbourne has recently been named the “Most Liveable City in the World” for the seventh year running by The Economist.
Criminology at Monash is internationally renowned for its global focus on crimes that cause widespread, measurable harm and the prevention of these harms. Monash criminologists examine crime and crime control in a time of massive social change and global mobility. We have a strong research culture, led by a dynamic group of researchers. Monash Criminology is distinct in Australia for its consistent success in attracting national and international competitive funding for major research. We are research leaders in global fields of inquiry including migration and border regulation, human trafficking and the exclusion and exploitation of vulnerable populations. We lead national and international research on domestic violence, policing and imprisonment with an emerging profile in cyber-crime and community crime prevention. Monash Criminology consistently delivers excellence in teaching and supervision. We teach over 2600 undergraduates every year in units that are closely aligned with our research strengths, and we supervise over 25 postgraduate students. In 2019, we are launching our Bachelor of Criminology Degree. This will be a cutting-edge program aimed at equipping students with the professional skills, specialist knowledge and key capabilities relevant to careers in a wide range of Criminology related fields.
Applicants demonstrating potential and achievement in core fields of research and teaching in Criminology will be seriously considered. Strong quantitative skills are desired and while preference will be given to those with expertise in cyber-crime, crime prevention, policing and organised crime, we encourage applicants in other criminological subfields to apply.
Benefits of these positions include:
- Typically a 1-2 teaching load (on a semester system)
- Extensive support for research, including dedicated administrative staff support for external grant applications numerous and internal seed funding schemes
- Semester-long research leave (equivalent to sabbatical) can be applied for every three years of regular service
- Highly competitive salaries, between $95,297-134,606 AUD
- Retirement contributions of 17.5%
- Relocation support
Both positions are full-time; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
Applications must address the selection criteria as detailed in the position descriptions. For further information, please see "How to apply for Monash Jobs".
Associate Professor Rebecca Wickes at email@example.com
Friday 22 June 2018, 11:55 pm AEST