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 Senior Lecturer/Lecturer:


 19 October 2009 | visits 861

University of Technology, Sydney
Organisational and Workplace Learning

University of Technology, Sydney - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS)


The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Technology, Sydney is committed to the distinctiveness of its practice-oriented approach, integrating conceptual rigour and industry relevance in both its educational programs and its collaborative, outcomes-oriented research. Our focus in FASS Education is on formal and informal learning in school, post-school, workplace and community settings.

The quality ratings of our education courses are among the highest in the country, and our researchers enjoy success in winning competitive research funding from government, industry, and community organisations.

Using your extensive knowledge of organisational and workplace learning and/or adult and vocational education with specialisms either in assessment of learning or psychology of adult development, supported by a PhD in a relevant subject area, you will be able to enhance your academic career through the reputation of UTS' international research and teaching profile.

Your leadership and subject/course coordination experience, combined with an enviable track record of high quality research activities, will enhance your eligibility for appointment at the Senior Lecturer level.

As part of our commitment to our staff, we can offer you 17% superannuation, discounted gym membership, a variety of development opportunities, generous leave provisions including paid parental leave, and access to on-site childcare centres.

Salary range: A$73,149 to A$103,086 p/a plus superannuation. Relocation assistance may be provided to the successful candidate.

For further information and to apply visit: 

Closing Date: Friday 6 November 2009

Ref No: R061009

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