- Strategic academic role
- Generous remuneration package
- Macquarie University (North Ryde) location
- 5 year appointment
This is a key strategic role that brings together academic, corporate and service knowledge for transformative changes in hearing healthcare delivery. Working with the University, its partners and the community, this role will deliver Macquarie University’s hearing strategy, ensuring research knowledge is translated to impactful outcomes.
For detailed information about the role, please refer to the Cochlear Chair candidate brochure.
You are passionate about contributing to the advancement of hearing healthcare and you lead and inspire others to achieve success. You have international research standing as a Professor, recognised for originality, excellence and positive impact on society. You lead and collaborate with multidisciplinary stakeholders to take a whole-of-life perspective on hearing healthcare research.
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To be considered for this position, please apply online by submitting:
- your résumé detailing your most recent and significant career appointments and education including details of leadership, management and professional experience and contributions to professional associations, societies and community activities;
- a candidate statement (1 page maximum) outlining what you would bring to this role, your vision for the portfolio and how you would go about implementing that vision; and
- response to the following selection criteria with examples of relevant experience and achievements.
- PhD or evidence of equivalent professional recognition in a relevant discipline
- a well-articulated portfolio of achievements in healthcare research and/or translation of research into the healthcare system
- strong evidence in the synthesis of research, translating research findings into practical outcomes
- demonstrated ability to attract significant funding for research and/or healthcare practice
- well-developed leadership skills and extensive experience in leading teams and organisations
- demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary team, with effective communication skills
- demonstrated experience in leading and coordinating collaboration between different organisations, government and with the healthcare system
In your application, please provide an indication of your current remuneration package, provide contact details of four referees and indicate your availability for commencement at the University.
Refer to the candidate brochure for more details about the role.
Specific Role Enquiries: Professor Patrick McNeil, DVC Medicine and Health and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Health & Human Sciences on (02) 9850 2841 or at email@example.com
General Enquiries: Margo Droulers, Head of HR Client Services and Deputy HR Director on (02) 9850 9788 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications Close: 30 April 2020 at 11:55pm
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