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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Melbourne University
Job no: 0046753
Work type: Continuing
Location: Parkville, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
Lecturer (Level B), $98,755-$117,290. Employer superannuation contribution of 17% applied.
Senior Lecturer (Level C), $120,993-$139,510. Employer superannuation contribution of 17% applied.
The Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences is seeking to appoint an outstanding social psychologist who can contribute to its research and teaching programs. Area of specialisation is open, but research and teaching interests relevant to applied social psychology and behaviour change, or to the psychology of morality, emotion or well-being, are particularly desirable.
Applications will be considered for appointment at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer commensurate with skills and experience. Candidates for appointment at Lecturer level will have an emerging track record of publication in leading journals and evidence of potential for obtaining competitive funding. Candidates for appointment at Senior Lecturer level will have an established track record of publication in leading international journals and competitive external grant success.
The successful applicant will participate actively in all aspects of the School’s activities, including research, research supervision, teaching, administration and engagement. For detailed information and key selection criteria please refer to the position description. Candidates should include a response to key selection criteria with their application.
Close date: 25 Oct 2018
Position Description and Selection Criteria
For information to assist you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria, please go to: https://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/selection-criteria
Research Officer or Senior Research Officer, Australian Institute of Family Studies
Position Title: Research Officer or Senior Research Officer
Organisation Unit: Research
Agency classification: APS 3-4 or APS 5-6
Immediate Manager: Senior Research Fellow, Australian Gambling Research Centre, Australian Institute of Family Studies
Term: Non-ongoing for an initial period of up to 12 months.
Status: Full-time or part-time
Closing date: Sunday 14 October 2018
We are the Australian Institute of Family Studies, the Australian Government’s key independent research body and advisor in the area of family wellbeing, based in Melbourne. Our work increases understanding about the factors that help Australian families thrive, or that are barriers to their wellbeing. We produce research about ‘what works for families’ and make it accessible to decision makers, practitioners and the general public.
The Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) is situated within the Institute. We were established under the Commonwealth Gambling Measures Act 2012. The AGRC: conducts policy-relevant research into gambling participation and related behaviours and harms; provides independent advice; and communicates findings to policy-makers, academics, service providers and the community.
Are you keen to put your strong research experience and technical skills to work in an organisation committed to having a social impact? We are seeking two experienced Research Officers (full-time or part-time) or Senior Research Officers (full-time or part-time) to join the AGRC. The roles are offered on a non-ongoing basis for a period of 12 months at APS Level 3–4 with a salary range of $57,026 to $69,008 per annum (full-time equivalent) for the Research Officer; and APS Level 5–6 with a salary range of $71,357 to $87,948 per annum (full-time equivalent) for the Senior Research Officer.
This role is for you if you have a track record in quantitative and/or qualitative research methodologies – including conducting fieldwork, data management and analysis – paired with excellent project management skills.
You will be working with the AGRC team to successfully execute a number of research projects to help to advance knowledge of ways to prevent and reduce gambling-related harm among at-risk populations, their families and communities, and to ensure that research findings are communicated in a way that is relevant to the intended audience.
Key duties include: synthesising and critiquing existing research; assisting with the design, data collection and analysis components of research projects; writing and preparing publications and presentations; and liaising with government agencies, community organisations and research participants. Working collaboratively within and between cross-functional teams is an integral aspect of these roles.
How to apply
Please read through the application requirements and download a full Position description.
Environmental Anthropologist, Cornell University
Position ID: Cornell–Anthropology–RAP [#11717, WDR-00016339]
Position Title: Environmental Anthropologist
Position Type:Tenured/Tenure-track faculty
Position Location: Ithaca, New York 14853, United States [map]
Subject Area: Anthropology / Environmental Anthropology
Appl Deadline: 2018/10/31
Position Description: Apply
The Department of Anthropology at Cornell University invites applications for a tenure-track position in environmental anthropology at the rank of Assistant Professor. We seek a colleague who takes an ethnographic approach to the study of climate change and/or climate change science. Successful candidates will have expertise in environmental justice, political ecology, the politics of environmental knowledge production, and/or other approaches to the study of human-environment relations. We particularly welcome applications from anthropologists with intellectual commitments to the Himalayas, Latin America, the greater Middle East, Europe, and/or East Asia, although candidates with intellectual commitments in other regions are also encouraged to apply.
Candidates should be prepared to teach a range of courses at the undergraduate and graduate level that contribute to the overall mission of the department and develop their own area of specialty. They should also be committed to mentoring graduate students. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. at the time of appointment.
Applications should include:
- A detailed letter describing current and planned research activities, teaching qualifications and interests at both graduate and undergraduate levels
- A full curriculum vitae
- The names and addresses (including telephone and e-mail) of three academic referees.
- An article-length writing sample
Applications should be submitted online via academicjobsonline.
Review of applications will begin November 1, 2018 and continue until a candidate has been hired.
Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University’s heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students, and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose, and contribute creative ideas to further the university’s mission of teaching, discovery, and engagement.
Application Materials Required:
Submit the following items online at the Cornell University website to complete your application:
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Writing Sample
- Three References (no actual letters, just names and email addresses)
Department of Anthropology
263 McGraw Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Te Manatū Aorere, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, is offering the opportunity for talented tauira Māori to experience what it is like to work in New Zealand’s foreign service through our Aorere Internship programme.
Te Manatū Aorere acts in the world to make New Zealanders safer and more prosperous. Our people are diplomats, analysts, advisers and specialists. Our work ranges from negotiating trade agreements, to responding to natural disasters in the Pacific region, to helping kiwis who find themselves in trouble offshore and providing advice to the government on Aotearoa’s relationship with other countries.
Who can apply?
Talented and enthusiastic tauira Māori from any background or discipline who are interested in the work that Te Manatū Aorere does and are keen for some public sector experience.
Why become an Aorere Intern?
You will gain work experience in an organisation that proudly represents Aotearoa business, knowledge and people offshore. You will be able to practically apply your tertiary studies to everyday work situations and enjoy gaining some valuable work experience.
If you are thinking about applying for a role at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade longer term, then working as an intern will give you a feel for the organisation and will be useful background when deciding how to pitch your application.
We have Aorere internships available for tauira Māori at our Wellington office.
You would begin your internship on 19 November 2018 and complete it on 8 February 2019.
You will have a short induction programme with our other summer interns. You will be placed in a team focusing on one area of the Ministry’s work for the period you are with us.
One of our Māori staff members will be assigned as your mentor and you will have the opportunity to meet with them weekly.
There will also be opportunities to participate in wider Ministry activities including being part of the Ministry’s network for Māori staff- Te Pou Māori, the social club, waiata practice and sports teams.
You will be paid a salary and we will pay for flights within New Zealand (if you are not based in Wellington) at the beginning and end of your internship.
- You must be currently studying towards a Bachelor’s degree or higher qualification and have completed one year’s equivalent of full-time study.
- You must be eligible to live and work in New Zealand.
- You must pass all MFAT employment vetting and approval standards.
How to apply
Please send the following to HRGRECRUITMENT@mfat.govt.nz by 5pm Wednesday 29 August 2018:
1. Completed application form [DOCX, 931 KB]
2. Your c.v.
Position Description [PDF, 173 KB]
Senior Economist & Research Leader (Economics, Policy and Social Science), Scion, Rotorua
- Lead a high performing research team
- Exciting and topical research area
Scion is looking for a senior economist, leader and network builder who can make the most of the growing profile of forestry and the bioeconomy!
Scion specialises in research, science and technology development for the forestry industry, wood products and wood-derived materials. We lead new technology development for renewables, bioproducts and energy and the establishment of a broader based bio-economy.
In this role you will lead economics, policy and social science research within the Enabling Environments Team. Reporting to the Science Leader, Forest Systems you will lead a transdisciplinary team in high quality research. You will have the opportunity to promote forestry and the emergence of a zero carbon bioeconomy in NZ. You will actively attract research funding and build productive collaborations with internal and external partners.
What is Scion looking for?
- Evidence of your quality science and impact through your research
- A PhD in Economics with a focus on systems thinking, policy and analysis
- A high quality publication record
- Knowledge of social research, soft systems, behavioural economics and policy analysis
- Proven experience leading others and experience within forestry
You will join an enthusiastic and ambitious research team, playing a vital role in the delivery of Scion strategy. We are home to creative science minds and our vibrant culture ensures employees can pursue innovation and excellence in their work. We would consider a two to three-year secondment for the right applicant.
Scion is proud to offer:
- Opportunities for a fulfilling career & professional development
- Enviable work environment on the edge of the famous Whakarewarewa Forest
- Excellent lifestyle balance initiatives
Applications close 25 June. Read the position description and apply for the position here
PhD Vacancies at the Interuniversity Centre for Social Science Theory and Methodology
Applications will be open until May 14. Selected applicants will be invited for interviews on June 4 or 5 in Utrecht. Please note that a Skype interview on May 23 could be part of the selection procedure.
There are seven PhD projects:
- Project 1: Effects of social support on later life well-being of migrants: A network study (RUG)
- Project 2: Technological innovation at work and work-life outcomes (UU)
- Project 3: Long-term employment consequences of informal caregiving: a life-course perspective (RU)
- Project 4: Changes over time in resistance to refugees in the Netherlands: dealing with diversity (RU)
- Project 5: Occupations, organizations, and wage inequality (UvA)
- Project 6: Within-family inequalities between siblings: Mechanisms, outcomes and relationships (UvA)
- Project 7: How organizations shape ethnic discrimination in the labour market (UvA)
We offer, in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities, a salary of € 2.222 gross per month in the first year up to € 2.840 gross per month in the fourth year based on a full-time position. Tuition fees do not apply. For up to date information about employment conditions (including salary) in Dutch universities please consult this website.
Want to know more about our PhD program? More information can be found here.
Please use the link below to apply. Do not forget to indicate your first and second preferred project. Only online applications submitted via this link will be accepted.
Associate Social Scientist – BRANZ
Are you an enthusiastic and developing social scientist with an aptitude for research?
Are you passionate about the built environment and its role in making places great to live and work?
Do you want to be part of a high performing, highly regarded team in a leading research organisation?
If so, we want to hear from you!
BRANZ is an independent and impartial research, testing and consulting organisation focussed on inspiring the building and construction industry to provide better buildings for New Zealanders.
At BRANZ’s heart is a commitment to investing in and delivering insightful research. But BRANZ’s work doesn’t stop there, they work hard to make sure that research can be turned into knowledge that the industry can access and use to solve problems, reduce cost and improve the quality of buildings.
Reporting to the Industry Performance and Social Research Team Leader, this emerging scientist role is responsible for working in the general area of social science. The person in this role will carry out applied research to deliver evidence in the area of social science and the built environment. They will work in the Industry Research group of social scientists, economists, sustainability scientists, building physicists and others as part of a collaboration delivering industry good research.
This is a great opportunity to join a vibrant and dynamic organisation at a critical time for the building and construction industry.
To be considered for this role ideally you will have:
- A post-graduate degree in a social science discipline
- Experience in planning, scoping and delivering research
- Ability to write publishable reports
- Developing project management skills
- At least 12 months experience in working in social science research
- Knowledge of the built environment sector in New Zealand would be an advantage, particularly housing.
For more information on BRANZ, see : www.branz.co.nz
How to apply
To find out more about this role contact Russell, the Recruitment Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are only accepted online, so please press the ‘apply now’ button
Applications Close: 2nd May 2018
Onboard Education Officer/Teacher at Sea – Volunteer
Fancy volunteering to work with scientists on cutting-edge research projects on a floating Earth science laboratory?
The JOIDES Resolution, a state-of-the art research vessel has been undertaking a series of scientific expeditions offshore New Zealand and in the Southern Ocean over 2017 and 2018. These expeditions are being undertaken by the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP), the largest geoscience collaboration on the planet and involving scientists from 23 countries.
Applications are open to take a New Zealand communicator or teacher on board the ship for the final expedition in our region:
This expedition aims to discover how the southern Pacific Ocean was affected by pronounced climate changes in the early Cenozoic, between 60 and 35 million years ago. Knowledge from this poorly studied but critical region will greatly advance our understanding of how oceans function during times of global warming.
The successful applicant needs to be able to commit for the full two months of the expedition, as there are no stopovers. The ideal person would be a great communicator, outgoing, adventurous and able to translate exciting science to the general public and schools via video, blogs, live ship-to-shore video events, and social media. Knowledge of Te Reo Māori and experience working with Māori and Pasifika students or communities is an advantage. All expenses are covered while on board the JOIDES Resolution but no salary is provided. Travel to and from the ports where the vessel docks (Lyttelton and Papeete, Tahiti) is covered by the Australian and New Zealand IODP Consortium.
More information on the outreach officer position can be found here.
To apply, send an up-to-date CV and expression of interest to the New Zealand IODP Office at nzodp(at)gns.cri.nz
Your expression of interest should list two referees and include a one-page outline of what projects you’d like to undertake while on board.
Applications close 30 April 2018.
Senior Research and Evaluation Advisor Vacancy 77615 – LINZ
An opportunity to make your mark!
LINZ is seeking a Senior Research and Evaluation (R&E) Advisor to join our small Insights, Research and Evaluation team. The R&E function is still relatively new to LINZ so you will not only need to think and operate in terms of the big picture but also deliver on the details in terms of R&E processes, protocols and frameworks. In addition, the ability to explain what is important (and why) in lay terms, and to build constructive relationships and influence stakeholders of all kinds will be invaluable.
Your expertise will underpin the advice you give to the business on how R&E supports LINZ’s strategic priorities and enables our outcomes while at the same time supporting our people to build an evidence base to inform core business activities.
In a nutshell, we are seeking someone with:
- proven expertise across a broad range of qualitative R&E approaches, including developing and implementing evaluation frameworks (such as logic models) and an understanding of the application and analysis of quantitative approaches
- successful experience in developing and implementing organisation wide R&E practices, protocols and frameworks
- proven ability in procuring, and project managing, external providers to support R&E activity
- the requisite relationship management skills to influence business groups on how to use R&E evidence to drive and monitor business outcomes
- a communication style that is clear, succinct and compelling whether it is spoken or in writing.
At Land Information New Zealand (LINZ), we underpin New Zealand’s success with information about ‘where’ – that is, location information. From the best way to develop farm land, build a new suburb, manage a high country farm or navigate on land or at sea, our work and location information help people make better decisions and create economic, social, environmental and cultural value for New Zealand.
LINZ is one of the most engaged organisations in the public sector and people always say what a fantastic place LINZ is to work. You will be joining a large, friendly family that keeps a balance between high-quality outputs, and social activities.
Please apply online and submit your CV, and cover letter outlining your skills and experience for this role. We are looking for evidence of how you meet each of the key selection criteria listed above.
For further information on this role please contact Dave Hipkins, Manager Insights, Research and Evaluation on email@example.com.
Applications close at 5.00pm on Sunday 8 April 2018.
Senior Research and Evaluation Advisor Position Description
Research Associates – Canterbury University
University of Canterbury, Rotorua & Waimakariri based
Closing Date : 15 Mar 2018
Research Associate in Urban/Town Planning and Māori Development (two positions: Rotorua and Waimakariri based).
Geospatial Research Institute Toi Hangarau, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
- Full-time at 37.5 hours per week (1.0 FTE), or part-time (subject to agreement)
- 5 years fixed term
The Geospatial Research Institute (GRI) Toi Hangarau at the University of Canterbury has secured funding from New Zealand’s Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment for the projectMap-based tools for Community Rūnanga-led sustainable town planning in small and medium settlements in New Zealand.
The aim of this project is to improve current urban planning frameworks through a better integration of Mātauranga and local knowledge in decision-making.
The questions it will address include the following:
- Which planning tools can support a better integration of Mātauranga and Tikanga, as well as other forms of local knowledge in urban/town planning?
- Which engagement methodologies are the most appropriate to collaborate and cooperate with Rūnanga and other local communities (e.g. urban Māori and other non-Māori)?
- How can the tools and methods be evaluated, and improved to fit the needs of specific communities in collaboration with local governments?
The project integrates the co-creation of new tools with Rūnanga and other local communities in two case studies: Waimakariri and Rotorua. The research ultimately aims to support other New Zealand cities to either implement the map-based tools or use the engagement methodologies to develop their own tools.
Map-based tools can include web-based modelling and assessment tools, mobile map application to engage the community, 3D visualisation models, or other forms of spatial mapping; the result of the project and the specificities of the co-created map-based tools will depend on current needs and priorities identified by communities.
Researchers will be based in Christchurch, with but also spend some time in the Waimakariri and Rotorua.
The project includes two Research Associate positions in Urban/Town Planning and Māori Development. The ideal candidates should have demonstrated experience in Māori development and/or related disciplines, and community engagement experience in one of the case-study locations (Rotorua and Waimakariri). Good interpersonal and organisational skills, and knowledge of local Māori communities in one of the case-study locations are essential. One of the Research Associate will be based in Rotorua and another in the Waimakariri or Christchurch.
For further information on these two positions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on a picturesque campus, the University of Canterbury offers an extensive range of services and facilities, inclusive of library and art collections, child-care centres, health centre, recreation centre, pharmacy, bookshop and cafe’s. You will have the opportunity to work alongside members of a world class, diverse academic community and enrich your own professional and personal development.
The closing date for applications is Thursday, 15 March 2018
Applications for this position should include a cover letter, resume and any additional attachments combined into one document and submitted online. Should you wish to e-mail any additional attachments or have queries in relation to the application process, please forward these to Nikki Gibbs, Recruitment Coordinator, email@example.com
Further information about the GRI contact Professor Simon Kingham, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the University, How to Apply and recommended browsers please visit us online at: www.canterbury.ac.nz/joinus
The University of Canterbury is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligation under the Treaty of Waitangi.
Māori Support Coordinator – Lincoln University
Closing Date : 14 Mar 2018
Permanent, full time
Lincoln University is New Zealand’s specialist land-based university; future focused and providing academic programmes informed by three adopted causes of global significance: namely to, feed the world, protect the future, live well. We provide students who have a passion for land-based sciences and related disciplinary areas, with qualifications to help them pursue rewarding careers.
Right now we are looking for a highly motivated and energetic individual to join our dynamic Student Support team. In this role you will be involved in managing approved projects, initiatives and other activities which contribute to improved Māori participation, achievement and success at Lincoln University. You will be engaging directly with students, academic departments, support services and monitoring student outcomes.
This role may be right for you if you have the following knowledge or experience:
- An understanding of Te Reo and Tikanga Māori is essential;
- Credibility in the Māori community resulting from previous experience of working effectively with Māori communities and organisations;
- Demonstrated commitment to Māori development and advancement;
- Proven ability to develop new initiatives and to manage a project through to conclusion in a manner that meets agreed outcomes;
- Proven ability to establish and maintain strong and enduring working relationships that contribute to the achievement of organisational goals and;
- Proven ability to work collaboratively to achieve agreed outcomes.
All applications must include a completed electronic application form, CV and letter of application addressing requirements as outlined in the position description.
Further information please contact Arneka de Vries, Human Resources on 03 421 5437.
All applications must be received by 9:00am on Wednesday 14 March 2018.
Please visit http://jobs.jobvite.com/lincolnuniversity to apply.
Lincoln University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in education and employment and seeks to meet its obligations under Te Tiriti o Waitangi (the Treaty of Waitangi).
Research Fellow/Officer (Mobile Solutions to the Mexican Kidnapping Epidemic) – University of Leeds
Salary: £32,548 to £38,833 p.a.
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed on: 20th February 2018
Closes: 19th March 2018
Job Ref: ESLLW1088
Are you an ambitious researcher looking for your next challenge? Do you have a research interest in crime and security in Mexico? Do you want to further your career in one of the UK’s leading research-intensive Universities?
You will work with Dr Conor O’Reilly, within the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, School of Law, to conduct and support research activities for the Newton Fund project, ‘Mobile Solutions to the Mexican Kidnapping Epidemic: Beyond Elite Counter-Measures, Towards Citizen-Led Innovation’. You will play an important role in this project, assuming significant fieldwork responsibilities and liaising between members of its international and interdisciplinary team. The University of Leeds hosts the project, with academic partners at Durham University, as well as various project collaborators and consultants in Mexico, Colombia and the U.S.A.
With a doctorate (or close to completion) that is relevant to this research field and proven experience of empirical research, you will work with and support project work, that will include: conducting research activities and fieldwork; developing research collaborations, organising events; and, engaging with academic, practitioner and policy communities – specifically in the US-Mexico border region, Mexico and Colombia.
You will have a sound grasp of crime and security issues (preferably regarding Latin America), skills in qualitative analysis, and excellent analytical and writing skills. Applicants with prior research experience of security issues in Mexico, transborder/ transnational crime and security, or familiarity with STS (‘science and technology studies’) are particularly welcome. The ability to work alone or as part of a team is essential, along with strong organisational skills and the ability to deal with a variety of tasks delivered to set deadlines. The post will involve significant travel, for example to undertake fieldwork or to attend international conferences and project events. You will be supported to develop your own research skills profile through a dedicated training allowance as part of the project.
To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:
Dr Conor O’Reilly, Associate Professor in Transnational Crime and Security
Tel: +44 (0)113 343 9588; email: email@example.com
Senior Communications Advisor – Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge – NIWA
This is an exciting opportunity to apply your communications and outreach skills to a critical environmental science challenge facing the nation.
- Based at NIWA on Wellington’s waterfront
- 12-month fixed term full-time (parental leave cover)
NIWA hosts the Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge. This is a government-led multi-disciplinary and multi-agency research programme. Its vision is that New Zealand has healthy marine ecosystems that provide value for all New Zealanders. To achieve this, Sustainable Seas brings together an interdisciplinary research programme – including ecologists, social scientists, economists and experts in policy and mātauranga Māori – focused on developing the framework for ecosystem-based management (EBM). EBM is a holistic and inclusive way to sustainably manage New Zealand’s marine environment.
We’re looking for a great all-rounder for this 1.0 FTE role.
You will be responsible for the ongoing review, refinement and delivery of the Challenge’s communications and outreach strategy, working with the Senior Leadership team, researchers, stakeholders and Challenge parties. You’ll play a key role in managing in the brand and reputation of the Challenge. You will work closely with, and report to, the Challenge Director.
You will have relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent industry experience. You will have executed successful communications – including events – for large organisations, be an excellent writer and be able to communicate with a wide range of audiences using a variety of channels. Experience working within the science/government sector would be an advantage.
We are offering a competitive remuneration package, free on-site carparking and the opportunity to work alongside NIWA’s professional, friendly and supportive Communications & Marketing team.
Ideal start date is early April to ensure a good handover period.
Senior Evaluation Specialist – University of North Carolina at Greensboro
This position will report directly to the Director of the Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Services and will be responsible for managing and implementing evaluation projects as well as funded projects and grants within OAERS (OAERS). This work requires overseeing the day-to-day operations of projects, including involvement in project design, data collection, analysis, and reporting. Ensuring high standards of quality and managing client expectations is a key part of this work.
The position will require leading and conducting program evaluation projects, working with clients to establish the scope of work associated with program evaluation projects, designing evaluations, developing program evaluation plans, developing instruments used in conducting evaluation, collecting relevant data, conducting relevant data analysis, and writing up results. This work also will involve overseeing graduate students who will also be working on the program evaluation teams, which requires scheduling of meetings, delegating student responsibilities, and ensuring student work is of high quality and meeting the expectations of the project. Job responsibilities might also include developing and submitting proposals for grants and contracts.
A master’s degree or equivalent degree in Program Evaluation, Assessment, Educational Psychology, or a related social science field with emphasis in program evaluation and educational research is essential. A doctorate in one of those fields is highly desired. A minimum 3 years of experience in social science research or program evaluation, some of which may be obtained as part of an educational program, is required. Experience with mixed-methods research methodologies, data management, and analysis techniques is required. Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work with diverse groups of people are also required. Experience with writing and managing grants or contracts is highly desirable.
Applications close 02/08/2018
For more information and application details, visit the University of North Carolina at Greensboro website.
Lecturer in History, University of the South Pacific
Build a legacy with us!
The USP is one of the two regional universities in the world and is the leading tertiary education provider and research facility in the South pacific. With students around the Pacific region, we are supported by 12 Pacific Island countries; Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
The School of Social Sciences is composed of four major disciplines including History, Psychology, Social Work, and Sociology. We are presently involved in a period of growth and restructuring to create a ‘culture of research and teaching excellence’. We have staff that have excellent publication records in addition to exemplary teaching records. The History discipline is in a growth phase and is designing new courses for face to face and online delivery across the countries in the region. History courses are structured around the theme of Pacific in the World; the World in the Pacific ? with a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Pacific Islands and World histories. The History team is active in the community, engaged with colleagues across the region and contributes to international historical scholarship.
We seek a scholar-educator in Pacific History with a strong publications record in addition to exemplary teaching records in face-to-face and online teaching. The appointee will contribute to the History team through active engagement in teaching and administration, community service across the USP’s region, and contributes to historical scholarship.
Nature and Scope
Planning, teaching and coordinating courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, on face-to-face, blended and online modes;
- Delivering a high standard of teaching;
- Supervising thesis students at the Post-Graduate, Masters and or PhD level.
- Maintain a strong record of research;
- Design and develop new or existing courses.
Qualifications and Skills Needed
- A PhD qualification in Pacific History or relevant discipline;
- Good relevant tertiary teaching experience;
- Experience in postgraduate supervision at the University level;
- Experience in teaching online courses and familiarity with online course design and pedagogy;
- Excellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skills;
- A strong record of internationally recognised research and publications;
- The ability work co-operatively in a term-oriented environment and evidence of this should be provided;
- Familiarity with and knowledge of the Pacific Region would be an advantage.
- Experience working in a diverse and multi-cultural environment in the Pacific;
- Online course development and/or online teaching.
For more details and application information visit the University of the South Pacific’s website