- Based at our Geelong, Waurn Ponds Campus
- Full-time and continuing
- Level B $108,804 - $128,689 + 17% Superannuation (pro rata, part time)
Why work with us?
At Deakin you will have access to benefits such as a variety of leave options including generous parental leave and the ability to purchase additional leave; flexible working arrangements to help manage your work-life balance; ongoing learning and development opportunities to grow your career; an inclusive and supportive culture and environment to work in, both online and on campus.
Who are we?
Deakin is a cutting-edge public university in Victoria, revolutionizing education with 61,000 students across five campuses: Melbourne Burwood, Geelong Waurn Ponds, Geelong Waterfront, Warrnambool, and our dynamic online Campus. We're proud to be a progressive and open-minded university, delivering the highest student satisfaction in Victoria and consistently ranked in the top 1% of the world's universities.
Deakin University’s Faculty of Health is one of the largest and fastest growing health faculties in Australia. Across five schools, we are committed to improving health and social outcomes and reducing inequalities across the life-course in the communities we serve, through dynamic learning experience and world-class research.
As a Lecturer in Anatomy and Pathology, you will:
- be an active teaching and research academic, who will develop innovative teaching strategies in the fields of anatomy and anatomical pathology in the School of Medicine
- oversee the Museum of Anatomical and Pathological Sciences (MAPS) physical and digital resources and use this museum to facilitate excellence in the student learning experience and to promote the disciplines of Anatomy and Pathology at a Faculty and University level
- develop partnerships and collaborations with other stakeholders to advance the profile of the MAPS within the SOM, Faculty of Health and the medical and general community
- manage the public engagement program and ensure activities are conducted in an appropriate and respectful manner for the nature of the collection
- contribute to the Schools teaching, research and program development
To be successful, you’ll have:
- PhD in a relevant discipline and/or other relevant qualifications and experience
- Demonstrated knowledge of anatomy and pathology, with previous experience in anatomy dissection
- Excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in UG and/or PG programs, including innovative curriculum design and assessment delivery within the discipline
- An understanding of the legal and ethical considerations of human tissue collections
- Emerging reputation in research and scholarship through publications and/or exhibitions and/or success in obtaining external research funding
Here's how to apply:
Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
Please submit your updated resume, a short cover letter and responses to the Key Selection Criteria.
For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Janet Mc Leod (Associate Head of School, Learning and Teaching) on firstname.lastname@example.org
For a copy of the position description, please see below:
PD - Lecturer in Anatomy and Pathology.pdf
Applications for this position close on 7 December 2024.
Are You Ready?
Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic, and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community.
We understand that our reputation has been built on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse working environment with opportunities to grow and develop careers. We believe that a progressive, thriving culture will ensure that people choose to come, and stay at Deakin and contribute to our ongoing success.
We value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities, cultures, sexual orientation, and genders.