We are seeking a Professor who, reporting to the Head of Department of BSI, will play a critical leadership role as Deputy Head of Department. The role will support the Head in discharging their responsibilities for the performance of the Department in learning and teaching, research and external engagement; and for planning and aligning financial and staff resources with the… Continue Reading.
The School of Business and Law is seeking to appoint an Associate Professor in Management who has significant academic leadership experience, and whose research focus is on ‘wellness at work’ and/or ‘human capital management’. Collaborating with other members of CWOP, the Associate Professor will engage in high-level research, deliver grant income, conduct postgraduate research supervision, lead achievements in their field,… Continue Reading.
The appointee will make significant contributions in teaching, research and mentoring of early career academics in the Management Discipline, and will provide leadership in policy development at both the School and Faculty levels. The appointee will lead vibrant teaching programs and productive research activity in the Management Discipline.
This is a full time, permanent role based in Adelaide, South Australia. As a Leadership or Human Resource Management Lecturer, the successful candidate will join a supportive team which is focused on achieving an outstanding student experience in a scholarly environment. Applications open until position filled
Candidates should have a PhD degree in the relevant discipline. For appointment as Professor, candidates should have demonstrated record of leadership in research and significant scholarly activities, substantial research and teaching experience with significant scholarly publications in leading journals and academic achievements. For appointment as Associate Professor, candidates should have at least five years of relevant experience and a sound… Continue Reading.
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