Lecturer (Leadership)

at University of Melbourne

Department of Management and Marketing Faculty of Business and Economics

Salary: $95,434 - $113,323 p.a. plus 17% superannuation

The Department of Management and Marketing has the vision of becoming the leading research hub in the Asia Pacific region, with a strong global research reputation.

For the first three years of the appointment, the appointee will be seconded to one of the important research and engagement arms of the Department, the Centre for Workplace Leadership (CWL), at 0.8 fraction to work with the Director and Cluster Leader on suitable research projects in the area of leadership. The Centre for Workplace Leadership's mission is to develop world-class leadership capability in Australian organisations, working collaboratively at all levels to create productive, innovative, customer-focused, and competitive outcomes. The CWL was initially set up with funding from the government and played a pivotal role in conducting leadership related research amongst Australian workplaces. It has now been integrated into the Department of Management and Marketing.

The appointee will support the Department's strategic objectives by engaging in research in the leadership discipline, and publishing in elite international journals and other esteemed scholarly outlets. The appointee will be required to pursue external research funding with teams of interested academics from the Department. The appointee will also support the Department's strategic objectives by teaching and administering high quality undergraduate and graduate subjects (equivalent to a maximum of a one course load), and high quality executive education programs. It is expected that the appointee will also make a significant contribution to the collegial and intellectual life of the Department.

Close date: 2 Apr 2017

Position Description (includes Selection Criteria or Core Accountabilities and Competencies)

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