Associate Lecturer
Faculty of Social Sciences 
  • Fixed term, full-time appointment (3 years)
An exciting opportunity exists for an Associate Lecturer to join a vibrant teaching, research, and learning environment to further enhance the outstanding international reputation of the School of Geography and Sustainable Community and the Australian Centre for Cultural Environmental Research (AUSCCER).

The School investigates issues of global significance, especially the human impact on the Earth, the management of valuable landscapes, and the planning of cities and regions. Our internationally influential researchers offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate opportunities for students to both understand and change a world full of critical problems and key opportunities.

This role will undertake community engagement and administrative roles, contribute to developing our teaching in an online context and will be expected to contribute to teaching first-year subjects, alongside other teaching and learning activities aligned with the appointee’s specialisation. An interest in pedagogy and the student experience is essential. The successful applicant’s research will complement the existing themes of AUSCCER’s research ( and our expertise in critical approaches to human geography.
You will be prompted to respond to the selection criteria as part of the online application process, based on the position description below. You will be able to save your application at any time and submit at a later date if required, you will only be able to do this before the closing date of the position. 
For further information about this position, please contact Edward Keenahan on +61 2 4221 3316 or via email at

Primary Location

: Australia-New South Wales-Wollongong

Employee Status

: Fixed Term


: Full-time

Closing Date

: 05/02/2018, 12:59:00 PM
Salary Details: Level A: $77,470 - $90,934 + Superannuation

Reference Number

: 171406

HR Contact

: Hayley Donoghue

Contact Email


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