Lecturer Ecdf Psychology

at RMIT University

  • Increase RMITs expertise in Organisational, Social and/or Forensic Psychology
  • $96,564 - $114,672 + 17% super, flexible working arrangements on offer
  • 3-year fixed term contract

Role & Responsibilities

As the Lecturer, Early Career Development Fellow (ECDF) you will contribute to the teaching and research efforts of the School, in the discipline of Psychology. You will work collaboratively and collegially with fellow academics within the teaching team, and update colleagues and students on developments in your subject area or specialisation.

Skills & Experience

You will have:

  • Evidence of teaching and research expertise in Organisational Psychology, Social Psychology and/or Forensic Psychology
  • An emerging track record for quality research to contribute to the Schools research areas, evidenced by publications, research initiatives, strong funding and industry links
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills that improve your ability to work autonomously, and in a team environment
  • Casual teaching in an Australian University within the last three years
  • PhD


RMIT supports you with a range of financial and non-financial benefits. We recognise the diverse needs of our staff, so regardless of your situation, the range of staff benefits on offer provides something for everyone.

  • Additional University holiday leave
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Be part of RMITs academic life and attend various events and workshops
  • 2% salary increase each year and annual leave loading of 17.5%
  • MYKI pass discount

About RMIT

  • We were named as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency in 2019.
  • We achieved Gold Employer status for LGBTIQ inclusion in the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) in 2018 and now in 2019.
  • We were recognised as a top five employer in 2018 for workplace accessibility with the Australian Network on Disability.
  • Exceeding our targets in our Reconciliation Action Plan for Bundyi Girri - an important step in our reconciliation journey.

RMIT is a multi-sector university of technology, design and enterprise with more than 91,000 students and 11,000 staff globally. RMIT offers postgraduate, undergraduate, vocational education and online programs to provide students with a variety of work-relevant pathways. The School of Health and Biomedical Sciences comprises three Academic Clusters (Allied Health, Applied Health, and Biomedical Sciences). We undertake teaching and research across ten disciplines: Chinese Medicine, Chiropractic, Exercise Science, Human Biosciences, Laboratory Medicine, Medical Radiations, Nursing, Osteopathy, Pharmacy and Psychology. https://www.rmit.edu.au/about/our-education/academic-schools/health-and-biomedical-sciences The discipline of Psychology has a focus on the application of psychology to achieve better health outcomes. An important aspect of our clinical program is the practical training that students receive in our multi-disciplinary clinic at University Hill, Bundoora.

To Apply

For a confidential discussion or further information, please contact Professor Stephen Robinson, Discipline Leader of Psychology on 03 9925 7120. To view the position description please go to RMIT Careers and search job no. 576870.

Applications close on Sunday 29 September, 2019

Applicants must separately address the key selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description. This role will require satisfactory confirmation of a Working with Children Check. RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.

Melbourne Victoria Australia

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