The Discipline of Geography and Planning within the School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences is currently inviting applications for the vacancy of Lecturer in Human Geography. The appointee for this role will teach into the human geography stream in a range of degrees, including one of Australia's leading urban and regional planning programmes, along with having the opportunity to make a significant contribution to research in their field of expertise.
To be successful you will have submitted or hold a PhD in Human Geography, have an emerging research career that will strengthen UNE’s current profile and a commitment to continuous course improvement and development. Your ability to work collaboratively, think creatively, and interact effectively with students, staff and industry are also essential requirements.
Informal enquiries in relation to the role or the discipline are encouraged. Please contact Professor Neil Argent phone: 02 6773 2803 or email To find out more about the Discipline of Geography and Planning visit: To find out more about the School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences visit:
About UNE and Armidale
Located in Armidale, UNE serves regional, national and international communities through the progressive pursuit of excellence in scholarship, research and teaching. While we have a long history and strong tradition of academic distinction, our outlook is dynamic and fresh. Our focus is on the future.
Armidale is situated in the New England region of New South Wales, Australia and is surrounded by world heritage national parks, just two hours’ drive from the coast. It is a unique university town that offers the facilities of a city, well served for art, music, theatre and education. There are a number of daily flights and a regular rail service between Armidale and Sydney.
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Closing Date: 16 August 2015
Reference No: 215073
To demonstrate your suitability for this role, please respond to the selection criteria in your application.
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Applications will only be accepted from candidates who currently possess the right to work in Australia commensurate to the position

Professor Neil Argent
Division of Geography and Planning
University of New England
(02) 6773 2803