Lecturer Psychology

at University of Melbourne

Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences

Salary: $98,775 to $117,290 p.a. plus 17% superannuation

Psychological Sciences is one of the leading schools of Psychology in Australia, with active research programs in Behavioural Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Quantitative and Mathematical Psychology, and Social Psychology. We have a large undergraduate and fourth-year teaching program and extensive postgraduate programs providing research and professional training.

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding individual to join our innovative teaching team. The appointee will be actively involved in teaching and learning, curriculum development, and student enrichment activities. In particular, they will be required to develop and deliver teaching and assessment materials that reflect the latest advances in pedagogy, efficiently coordinate individual subjects and heighten the student learning experience in response to feedback. They will also be expected to engage with external partners to enhance the teaching and learning experience, complement and extend the School's strengths in research and research training, and actively participate in School activities.

The successful applicant will report to the Director of Teaching and Learning and will be required to work closely with teaching staff, particularly the Undergraduate Programs Convenor, the Convenor of Academic Innovation, the Tutor Coordinator and tutors in furthering the teaching goals and objectives of the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences.

Close date: 28 Jun 2018

Position Description and Selection Criteria

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For information to assist you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria, please go to https://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria

Parkville Victoria Australia

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