Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer (Law)

at Curtin University

  • Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer, continuing, full-time
  • $97,076 - $115,277 (ALB)
  • $118,914 - $137,117 (ALC)

As an academic member of the Curtin Law School you will assist in the delivery of law-related units forming part of the Bachelor of Laws degree and will contribute to the development of programs, course materials and educational resources.

As a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer, your academic research will be of international quality and will include undertaking scholarly research, publishing scholarly papers in high quality and high impact journals and disseminating research findings through seminars, workshops and conferences. You are required to demonstrate your ability and commitment to delivering high quality teaching and learning outcomes.

To be appointed as a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Law the expectation is that you will hold qualifications sufficient to satisfy the academic requirements for admission to practice in Western Australia, as well as postgraduate qualifications. The Curtin Law School is active in research training and in order to participate fully therein, possession of a doctorate in law would be desirable.

Curtin University embraces diversity and inclusion and invites applications from women, men and intersex individuals who share the University's values, ethics, international outlook, value diversity and have an informed respect for indigenous people.

Applications Close: Monday 24 July, 5pm

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