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Lecturer/Associate Lecturer in Health Services Management – Western Sydney University

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The School of Science and Health is seeking a forward thinking, dynamic, and innovative scholar to take on a role at the level of Lecturer/Associate Lecturer in the field of Health Services Management and to contribute to our programs in this area. The appointee will have expertise and experience in health services management and related areas.┬áThe successful applicant will be… Continue Reading.

Associate Professor/Professor in Accounting – University of Sydney Business School

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Job reference no. 1890/0917 The Discipline of Accounting is a well-resourced group of over 50 academics, strongly committed to excellence in both research and teaching. The discipline is home to two highly rated international journals, Abacus and Australian Accounting Review, and, through its Accounting Foundation, works closely with industry, business and the accounting profession. The discipline is also only one… Continue Reading.

Associate Professor, Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management (Level D) – University of South Australia

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The Associate Professor is a key leadership role in CWeX and will make a significant contribution in teaching, research and professional activities. This position involves contributing to the development and teaching of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate courses, MBA and executive teaching. The successful candidate will be a collaborative academic leader who brings experience in the development and nurturing of… Continue Reading.

Senior Lecturer, Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management (Level C) – University of South Australia

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A successful applicant will have an ongoing stream of high quality research. You will be expected to make an independent and significant contribution to the teaching, research and leadership activities of the School of Management and CWeX specifically, including the development and delivery of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate courses and engagement in professional activities.