About Melbourne School of Government: The Melbourne School of Government is an externally focused School hosted by the Melbourne Law School. The School was established in 2013 to support, profile and extend the University's teaching and learning, research and engagement capabilities in the fields of policy, public administration and governance, and embraces all those who work in or with government.
About the role:
Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne, invites applications from early career researchers working in the areas of regulatory practice, regulatory science, and related fields of relevance to shaping public policy, for a School of Government Postdoctoral Fellowship
The fellowship provides an opportunity for dedicated research time within a supportive and collegial research environment. In addition, a small teaching component is an essential part of this program, thereby enabling the development of teaching skills and a teaching portfolio. The program provides research, teaching and academic career mentoring, and is designed to nurture the most promising early career researchers of any nationality in any area of law.
Fellowships will be awarded starting at Level A.6 in the University Salary Band (currently $87,415 plus a minimum 9.5% superannuation) with an additional $10,000 for project costs over the term of the 1 year fellowship.
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