Southern Cross University, ranked in the Asia-Pacific's top 100 universities and the top 150 universities in the world under 50 years old (Times Higher Education Young University Rankings for 2017), is a progressive, young and connected research university, with vibrant campuses in two states. They are in locations of extraordinary natural beauty and creativity: Coffs Harbour in the Mid North Coast and Lismore in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales, while our fastest-growing campus is located at the Gold Coast Airport in southern Queensland. The School of Health and Human Sciences is a dynamic provider of health practitioner and health scientist education and research. Offering a variety of undergraduate and post graduate education courses; including degrees by research. The School is distinctive for its multidisciplinary understanding of client care, commitment to the prevention of disease and promotion of healthy lifestyles and working with Indigenous colleagues to develop culturally appropriate models of care.
About the role
The Group Lead Allied Health and Midwifery, as a member of the School’s executive leadership, works closely with the Dean and the Deputy Head of School to ensure the delivery and quality of allied health and midwifery programs is aligned with School objectives. Key responsibilities include monitoring and improving the program’s teaching and learning performance, working closely with Course Coordinators to guide the development of quality academic course materials and assessments, and having oversight of accreditation and professional experience activities as they apply to the nursing discipline. The Group Lead will play a key role in representing the School in partnership arrangements with health providers within the regions and sits on a number of school committees and projects.
With a relevant doctoral qualification and evidence of current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, you will bring to this role a successful and established record of academic or administrative leadership. Your experience will demonstrate your strengths in people management, communication and inspiring excellence amongst your colleagues; as well as your ability to foster positive relationships and engagement with relevant health and industry bodies. Evidence of an established research reputation, a strong track record of teaching excellence and experience leading quality course development are also required.
Contact for further information
Name: Professor Iain Graham, Dean and Head of School, School of Health and Human Sciences Phone: 02 6620 3557 Email: email@example.com
Applications close: Monday, 25 June 2018 at 9.00am AEST