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- Fixed-term, full-time contract (3 years)
- Level B: $102,312 – $118,157 + 17% retirement pension
The Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health (SMAH) is committed to delivering quality outcomes through a sustainable model where development and innovation are key elements of everything we do.
The School of Medical, Indigenous, and Health Sciences (MIHS) offers a number of health-related programs including Exercise Science and Rehabilitation, Nutrition and Dietetics (N&D), Medical Sciences and health sciences (indigenous studies). This structure offers opportunities for interdisciplinary teaching and research.
This position will play a key teaching role within the N&D programs, specifically the Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Bachelor of Nutrition Science. The position requires a highly motivated and energetic individual with strong interpersonal skills and experience in teaching and professional activity. This position requires contribution to academic teaching/learning activity and governance/administrative duties within the school. Additionally, the position will have experience and a research trajectory in a field complementary to existing expertise in the discipline and in the School of Medical, Indigenous and Health Sciences.
You will be asked to complete a selection criteria questionnaire as part of the application process. For further information on this position, please contact Eve Archibald, School Manager MIHS on +61 2 4221 4373 or [email protected] or Professor Eleanor Beck, Discipline Leader Nutrition and Dietetics on [email protected]
Closing Date: Sunday, July 3, 2022, 11:59 p.m.
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