EOI: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer
Call for Expressions of Interest: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer position within the Prince of Wales Clinical School
The University of New South Wales, one of Australia’s leading research-intensive universities, has announced a three year strategic program of recruitment of new academic talent.
The Prince of Wales Clinical School is seeking expressions of interest from early career academics who can contribute to both the teaching and research focuses of the School. The appointments will be at the level of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer for 3 years initially with the possibility of conversion to a continuing appointment.
Expressions of interest should be addressed to the Head of School, Professor Robyn Ward (email@example.com).
Expressions of interest should be in the form of a brief research outline and curriculum vitae. Candidates will need to demonstrate:
- excellent research performance (preferably via external grants or publication in leading journals) and potential
- a strong commitment and capability for undergraduate teaching in biomedical or clinical sciences (eg epidemiology, health economics)
- potential as a future leader in a university academic setting
Positions will be available under this scheme commencing in 2014.
The University of NSW
UNSW is a founding member of the prestigious Group of Eight research intensive universities in Australia and a member of the Universitas 21 international consortium. The University offers more than 300 undergraduate and 600 postgraduate programs, and has developed an extensive network of alumni chapters throughout Asia. The main UNSW campus is located on a 38-hectare site at Kensington, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. UNSW is host to groundbreaking research in fields as diverse as quantum computing, molecular engineering, photovoltaics, robotics, biomedical research, financial markets and design and interactive cinema.
The Prince of Wales Clinical School
POWCS is advantageously situated between the three teaching hospitals at Randwick, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney Children’s Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Women. With the support of our teaching hospitals, our School has a proven track record of delivering high quality medical education to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as elective students from national and international medical schools.
The Prince of Wales Clinical School consists of approximately 300 staff including 60 academics/researchers, 230 visitors/conjoint staff and 40 professional and technical staff. The School makes a significant contribution to research programs in Biomedical Sciences, a key area of research strength for the University. There are 26 active laboratory and clinical research groups in the school working either at the Prince of Wales Campus, in the Lowy Cancer Research Centre or in NeuRA. Core research facilities exist within this Biomedical Science precinct to fully support virtually all contemporary forms of biomedical research. Our facilities for clinical research will soon be enhanced by the construction of a new clinical research centre (Australian Advanced Treatment Centre, AATC). Amongst other things, this facility will provide facilities to accommodate all phases of clinical trials.
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