The School of Education offers qualifications in teaching, applied linguistics, TESOL, learning and leadership and higher degree research. Course content has been built with significant industry input and is informed by our highly focused research that shapes teaching and learning practices around the world. Research in the School of Education is recognised as globally focused and a world leader in exploring practice based teaching and learning models.
The Lecturer in Primary Science (Level B) has a key role in teaching and coordinating undergraduate and postgraduate subjects in Primary Science including primary specialisations and teaching methods. The role will contribute to academic curriculum development in this and related fields. The role will require an in-depth knowledge of the NSW Syllabuses, STEM (and STEM literacy) and quality assessment practices in primary schooling.
Key responsibilities include:
• Teaching the primary science subjects.
• Subject development, feedback and review.
• Contribute to broader course development.
• Provide appropriate teaching and learning support demonstrating the intended learning outcomes.
• Conduct blended/flipped learning activities stimulating and fostering student learning.
• Research activities.
• Engagement activities.
To be suitable for this opportunity, you will have previously:
• Provided high quality, innovative teaching and learning experiences for Primary Science curriculum.
• Developed and delivered tertiary curriculum and course materials for a variety of teaching modes including online and flexible delivery.
• Commenced a research trajectory and has begun a publication record including publications in journals of international standing.
• Taught at a tertiary level in Primary Science subjects including primary specialisations.
• Coordinated subjects and managed a teaching team of tutors.
• Contributed to the field of Science teaching or STEM or STEM literacy teaching in terms of research outputs, community and professional engagement.
Base Salary Range: $102,952 to $117,807 pa (Level B) This role attracts 17% superannuation (pension) in addition to the base salary.
UTS staff also benefit from a wide range of Employee Benefits include flexible work practices, child care centres, generous parental leave and salary packaging opportunities.
This position is full-time and appointment will be made on a continuing basis.