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UNSW Business School is a leader in business education and research in the Asian region and one of the largest Business Schools in Australia with more than 15,000 students, 500 academic and professional staff and more than 80,000 alumni and partners. The Business School offers a full suite of business degree programs at undergraduate, postgraduate, coursework and research levels, including the AGSM MBA programs and a range of Executive Programs. Its direction is guided by a business advisory council of leading CEOs, chairpersons and other business leaders.
The School of Risk & Actuarial Studies is one of eight schools within the UNSW Business School. It has an established international reputation for excellence in research, its industry engagement, and its undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Actuarial Studies, its courses in risk management and superannuation and pensions and its supervision of Honours, MPhil and PhD students. The School's reputation is built on outstanding staff, students and alumni, a strong international research profile and well developed local and international linkages with academics, professional organisations, industry, and government.
About the role
- Lecturer $107,210 - $126,386 plus salary supplementation, 17% superannuation and leave loading
- Senior Lecturer $130,216 - $149,394 plus salary supplementation, 17% superannuation and leave loading
- 5 Years Tenure Track
Applications are invited for the appointment of 2x Lecturer/ Senior Lecturers (Level B/C academic) with an outstanding record of research, scholarship and education, and demonstrated leadership and research expertise in Risk and Actuarial Studies.
While this position indicates a 5-year appointment, it may convert to a continuing role.
A Level B academic (Lecturer) is expected to make contributions to the teaching effort of the institution and to carry out activities to maintain and develop their scholarly, research and/or professional activities relevant to the profession or discipline.
A Level C academic (Senior Lecturer) is expected to make significant contributions to the teaching effort of a department, school, faculty or other organisational unit or an interdisciplinary area. An academic at this level is also expected to play a major role in scholarship, research and/or professional activities.
The roles of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer will report to the Head of School, Risk and Actuarial Studies.
A successful Level B or C candidate will also be considered for nomination for a UNSW Scientia Fellowship.
About UNSW Scientia Fellowships
The UNSW Scientia Fellowship Program is one of the cornerstones of UNSW's 2025 Strategy. A primary goal of the Program is to enhance UNSW's research performance by attracting and retaining exceptional early to mid-career researchers, with outstanding research track records. Scientia Fellows will be leaders in their School and Faculty and engage with the three pillars of social engagement, global impact and academic excellence.
UNSW Scientia Fellows have access to a range of development opportunities including career coaching tailored to their level of experience across research, teaching and leadership. Fellows will be mentored and will also develop the skills required to become mentors and research leaders themselves.
Appointments are made on a Convertible Tenure Track contract. The initial engagement is for 4 years fixed term with the possibility to convert to continuing tenure. The program also allows flexibility to take research breaks to do other study, take an industry engagement or follow other interests. We are also open to part time appointments.
Find out more at www.scientia.unsw.edu.au/scientia-fellowships
About the successful applicant
To be successful in this role you will have:
- A PhD degree in actuarial studies or a related business discipline (or expected to complete their degree requirements by 2019).
- Expected or demonstrated excellence in publishing in leading (e.g. A/A* or equivalent) actuarial or related disciplinary journals.
- Experience in teaching actuarial professional courses will be an advantage.
- Expected or demonstrated ability for lecturing, teaching innovation, and curriculum development in risk and actuarial studies at both undergraduate and/or postgraduate level is essential.
You should systematically address the selection criteria listed within the position description within your application. Please apply online - applications will not be accepted if sent directly to the contact listed.
Contact: Bernard Wong, Head of School, Risk & Actuarial
Applications close: 11:30pm, 31st October 2019
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