The School of Management (SoM) covers the fields of Strategic Management, Decision Science, Organisation Studies, Operations Management, Human Resource Management, Employment and Industrial Relations, and Tourism Management. The links between these disciplines create synergies and opportunities to develop a varied research agenda. The school offers courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional levels.
The appointee shall have a PhD in management or a related area. They shall have a strong record in, and continuing commitment to, research that has achieved national and preferably international recognition as demonstrated by publications in journals in the current Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) journal list. The appointee will have demonstrated ability to make a contribution to research… Continue Reading.
The appointee shall have a PhD in management or a related area. They shall have an emerging record in, and continuing commitment to, research that has achieved national recognition as demonstrated by publications in journals in the current Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) journal list. The appointee will have the ability to contribute to research and teaching in management, including… Continue Reading.
The appointee shall have a PhD in management or a related area. At Level D, they shall have a substantial record and continuing commitment to research, while at Level E, they shall have an outstanding record and continuing commitment to research. At both levels, the appointee will demonstrate this through publications in journals in the current Australian Business Deans Council… Continue Reading.
In the level A role you will teach, contribute to curriculum develop, and undertake research or other scholarly work relevant to the area. You will prepare and deliver engaging lectures and seminars, conduct workshops, tutorials and labs, contribute to the research culture of the school, facilitate links between industry and the school, and participate in relevant administrative duties. The level… Continue Reading.
The Department of Management, Sport and Tourism is committed to actively engaging with business, policy-makers and the professions in the pursuit of relevant and impactful (social and economic as well as academic) research and, where possible, seeks to effectively engage with the University’s Research Focus Areas (RFAs). In the context of the interplay between the new Learning Focus Areas (LFAs)… Continue Reading.
We are seeking applications for a position of Professor (full-time, permanent) and Head of School (concurrent fixed-term appointment of three years) with the School of Information Management. A Head of School is the equivalent to a Department Head/Head of Department. The successful candidate will be a member of the Faculty Management Team and be expected to contribute to the strategic… Continue Reading.