::fibreculture:: Lecturership (Level B): Media and Communications

Ned Rossiter ned at nedrossiter.org
Thu Nov 18 11:07:40 CET 2010




Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies
Job No.:
Campus name:
St Patrick's Campus
Functional unit:
School of Arts & Sciences (VIC)
Work type:
Continuing full time

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Australian Catholic University is a public university open to all,  
with six campuses located in Brisbane, Sydney (2), Canberra,  
Melbourne and Ballarat.

The School of Arts and Sciences (Vic) within the Faculty of Arts and  
Sciences offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses at both the  
Melbourne and Ballarat Campuses.

This is an exciting opportunity to teach media and communication  
studies to undergraduate students as well as undertaking research and  
research supervision; particularly overseeing the internships  
undertaken by students in the Bachelor of Media Communication.

The successful candidate is required to have a PhD in Media Studies/ 
Communication or related discipline, coupled with substantial media  
theory teaching in a University context. You will also have  
demonstrated research capacity in media or communication theory with  
the capacity to be able to supervise Honours and higher degree  
research students.

Total remuneration valued to $85,680 - $101,724 pa, including salary  
component $72,401 - $85,976 pa (Academic Classification Level B),  
employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

A range of generous employment conditions and entitlements are  
provided, these include: leave entitlements; flexible working  
arrangements; salary packaging benefits and comprehensive staff  
development programs.

Applicants should demonstrate commitment to the specific mission and  
Catholic ethos of the institution. Applicants must be able to  
demonstrate an understanding of the nexus between teaching and  
learning and research and scholarship.

How to Apply:
Obtain the Position Description  2FAS413VVFBX_(PD).pdf. Applicants  
are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position  
description. Specific enquiries may be directed to Professor Margot  
Hillel OAM, on (03) 9953 3238. To apply for this role click the  
"Apply" link below.

Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is
University policy. For more details visit

Applications Close: Wednesday 24 November 2010.

5 Nov 2010 Aus. Eastern Standard Time
Closing date:
24 Nov 2010 11:55pm Aus. Eastern Standard Time

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