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|Position:||Lecturer in Business Wellbeing|
|Faculty/Dept:||Sydney Business School|
|Unit:||Sydney Business School|
|Reference No:||24231||Closing Date:||Sun, 29 Apr 2012|
|Position Type:||Continuing Appointment||Level:||Academic B|
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Business Wellbeing
The Sydney Business School (SBS) is a graduate school of the University of Wollongong with locations in Sydney and Wollongong. We offer a range of postgraduate programs , and provide professionally focused executive education programs. The School has a strong and dynamic faculty committed to excellence in teaching and research, and to strengthening our partnerships with industry, business and government. SBS has also built a strong research focus with diverse interests across business related disciplines, including health services, supply chain management and business wellbeing.
As Lecturer/Senior Lecturer you will be responsible for the teaching and facilitation of relevant programs within the Sydney Business School such as the Grad Cert in Business Wellbeing and co supervision of research students. In addition you will be required to promote SBS through community and organisational liaison and marketing.
This position will teach out of Sydney and Wollongong, so the successful candidate will need to travel between 2 primary locations.
To be successful in this role you will require a r elevant PhD and experience working with postgraduate students and corporate clients and research experience in the field of business wellbeing and business coaching. In addition you will have proven experience teaching in academic or postgraduate business school and in organisational research and consultancy relationships.
To apply for the role candidates must address the Selection Criteria specified in the Position Description, which is available from our website. For further information about the position, please contact Associate Professor Nelson Perera, Deputy Dean on (02) 9266 1301
Applications close: 29 April 2012
Ref No: 24231