Jobs at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Position Title: Lecturer / Senior Lecturer In Chiropractic Techniques under the Department of Chiropractic
- Contribute to uplift the excellence in teaching and learning. Similarly, continually make a high-quality contribution to the research and scholarly activities of the department
- Support the department’s research program through attracting funding from diverse funding sources, aiming for nationally competitive funding sources
- Proactively build research collaborations, both internal and external to the department, with other academics and with industry
- Furthermore, assists in the full range of departmental activities. However, might also need to perform some administrative tasks as assigned.
- A Ph.D. in a health-related discipline. In addition to that, one must be a registered chiropractor with the Chiropractic Board of Australia, or eligible for registration.
- Demonstrated experience in curriculum development and innovation including program design, administration, and delivery at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- A strong track record of delivering high-quality learning and teaching, involving the design, delivery, and management of lectures, tutorials, and assessments at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Similarly, a strong track record of high-impact publications in journals in the area of musculoskeletal health.
- Evidence of being a productive member of a research team, including the demonstrated capacity for external research collaboration, and demonstrated ability to attract competitive research funding.
- Capacity to attract and supervise Higher Degree Research students.
- Excellent communication skills including the ability to relate to staff and students from all backgrounds and to represent the Department and Faculty to external stakeholders and the general public.
Macquarie University is a public research university in a suburb of Sydney, the biggest and most populous city in the state of New South Wales as well as in Australia. This 1964 established university is the third university in the metropolitan area of Sydney. Moreover, Macquarie is currently managing around 40,000 students in five different academic schools that provide degree courses in the field of Arts, Science & Engineering, Business, Information Technology, Health, Social Sciences, and so on. Additionally, University has study exchange programs deal with different institutions of 40 countries. Overall, the average annual undergraduate tuition fees are $34,726 for business courses, $30,570 for Arts/Education, and $34,726 for Engineering/Science.