- Salary Package: Lecturer (Level B), from $101,877 to $120,537 p.a., plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading
- Appointment Type: Full-time (or part-time at 0.8FTE), continuing
- Macquarie University (North Ryde) location
We are seeking a dynamic Lecturer with scholarly expertise in physiotherapy to contribute to a range of teaching and research programs in human movement, physiotherapy and/or human movement. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and enhance curricula, teach and convene units at a postgraduate level, while supervising Higher Degree Research students, conducting collaborative research projects and participating in initiatives and committees that support the academic mission of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences within MQ Health.
You will also be expected to engage with relevant industry partners and make an active contribution to the promotion and development of the physiotherapy discipline, Department of Health Professions and the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Ideally this position will be offered on a full-time basis, however candidates interested in a 0.8FTE are welcome to apply.
You will be a qualified physiotherapist with a PhD or qualifications in a physiotherapy specialisation and a completed post-graduate Physiotherapy degree. You will have embarked on successfully undertaking high-quality research in a relevant area involving impactful research outcomes in line with MQ Health’s integrated approach to healthcare, with the aim of delivering high-quality patient and community outcomes. You will have developed innovative approaches to teaching in both the classroom and clinical learning environments. Your collaborative approach to working with others will ensure you perform effectively within an inter-disciplinary environment. You will be an excellent communicator with the ability to effectively supervise Doctor of Physiotherapy and Higher Degree Research students undertaking clinical research projects.
The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is ambitiously pushing the boundaries of progressive thinking and challenging what’s possible to solve some of the big issues of our time, both nationally and on a global scale. Join leading researchers, passionate educators and internationally respected clinicians, united in a mission towards delivering the best patient care. We are a place of bold discoveries and distinctive educational programs that embolden the future leaders of healthcare.
The Faculty offers a distinctive suite of capability-based educational programs, including a unique Doctor of Physiotherapy degree that is the only three-year extended masters-level, professional-entry physiotherapy program in NSW. In research, the Department of Health Professions focuses on optimising development, performance and wellbeing of people across the lifespan. Our core research areas are Physical Activity, Pain, Function and Complex Conditions which all target Macquarie University’s research priority of Healthy People.
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To be considered for this position, applicants must address the selection criteria below in a separate document (maximum 3 pages) and upload the document as part of the application process.
- A PhD (or near completion) in a relevant discipline; or physiotherapy specialisation and/or completion of a post-graduate degree in Physiotherapy
- Registration (or ability to gain registration) with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia
- Demonstrated clinical expertise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and one or more of the following areas of physiotherapy: cardiorespiratory, neurological, sports, paediatrics, gerontology, occupational health, women's health, evidence-based practice, professional practice, interprofessional practice, health policy and advocacy, pain management, health promotion and chronic disease management
- A well-articulated research agenda and a track record of good quality publications relevant to stage of career
- Demonstrated academic knowledge in the discipline and a commitment and capability to deliver high quality learning and teaching, including the design, delivery, and management of lectures, tutorials, and assessment
- Demonstrated experience in making a useful contribution to the academic life and administrative tasks of the Department with a track record of effective teamwork.
- Ability to contribute to undergraduate teaching in the areas of biomechanics and/or exercise physiology
- A demonstrated ability to attract internal and external funding for research and a record of competitive grant success and/or industry partnerships/collaborations
- Experience in research and/or clinical supervision
Note: Employment in this position is conditional upon holding a Working with Children Check Clearance. This position requires qualifications checking.
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Applications Close: Sunday, 4 November 2018 at 11:55pm AEST
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