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Lecturer - Sport And Exercise Science


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ACAD B $97,176 - $115,396 per annum plus 17% employer superannuation contribution. This is a full-time (36.75 hours per week), continuing position. Deliver high quality material to our undergraduate and postgraduate students Support a wide range of students through their studies The position is located at our Footscray Park Campus. About the role The overall purpose of the Lecturer of Sport and Exercise Science is to lead and manage the sport psychology, exercise psychology and ethics units within the College of Sport and Exercise Science. The appointee will make considerable contributions to the discipline area of sport/exercise psychology and ethics through engagement in teaching, management and coordination of units and the development of curriculum across the AQF levels and to address various program accreditation standards. About the person The successful candidate will possess experience in education and practice in the field of sport and exercise psychology. It is essential that the appointee has a post graduate qualification in sport and/or exercise psychology and has an active research profile within the discipline. These requirements will require someone with high level organisational and time management skills and suit an individual who works well in fast-paced environments. Duties Duties you may perform will include: Design innovative curricula and develop learning materials in collaboration with other colleagues as appropriate Provide independent teaching at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level into programs offered by the College of Sport and Exercise Science primarily in the areas of sport and exercise psychology and sport ethics Undertake a range of administrative functions connected with the unit/course delivered, including assessment and moderation of student work Maintain an active research profile within the discipline of sport and/or exercise psychology Benefits Salary sacrifice options Professional development opportunities Flexible working arrangements available How to apply For a position description please click here . Applications must be submitted as a single document comprising: A cover letter Your curriculum vitae/resume, and Your responses to the selection criteria listed in the position description. Note: Applications which do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.