[Air-l] job: .au: .qld: .cyberstudies

Adrian Miles adrian.miles at uib.no
Mon Dec 2 12:46:37 PST 2002

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Key Accountabilities / Duties Conditions Selection Criteria
Application Process Further Enquiries Related Documents

CyberStudies , Assoc Lect or Lecturer
Continuing , Full Time , Gold Coast
VRN ART13320/02
Closing Date 13.12.02
The School of Arts seeks to appoint an Associate Lecturer or Lecturer 
in CyberStudies. This is a new position to expand the team in a 
rapidly growing area of the School’s activities. The CyberStudies 
major has an emphasis on advances in global technologies and their 
creative applications within the context of communities. It services 
Communication, Arts and Creative Arts degrees at the Bachelors and 
Masters levels. The position requires the capacity to convene and 
teach in a number of CyberStudies courses. The appointee will have a 
background in both information technology and creative uses of 
digital technologies; and demonstrated knowledge of cyber theory and 
current issues regarding technological development, especially in 
relation to the Web and Web-based applications. S/he will have the 
ability to teach, including in flexible modes; to produce 
high-quality research; to attract competitive research/consultancy 
funding; to work productively with the community and industry, 
including assisting in community/industry placement programs; and to 
supervise Honours and/or Research Higher Degree students. A PhD or 
progress toward a Research Higher Degree is essential. There is scope 
for contribution to other creative arts practice and digital media 
production areas.
Appointment will be made at either Associate Lecturer or Lecturer 
Level depending on qualifications and experience
Key Accountabilities / Duties
1. Convene and teach in CyberStudies including using flexible modes
2. Contribute to community and industry links, and to 
community/industry experience programs
3. Research and publish in areas of expertise
4. Seek external research funding oppurtunities
5. Supervise Honours and/or Research Higher Degree students
6. Consult with undergraduate students
7. Assist in course administration, planning for equipment, resources 
and infrastructure, and general administration of the School 
(including committee service)
8. Engage in supportive collegial relationships that promote 
cross-disciplinary study and equal oppurtunity within the School and 
across other elements of the University
9. Undertake other duties as designated by the Head of School
Conditions e.g. Salary, Superannuation(AUS $)
Annual Salary Lecturer: $53,451 to $63,474 per annum. (Salary package 
including 17% employer superannuation contribution: $62,537 to 
$74,265 per annum) Associate Lecturer: $37,416 to $50,777 per annum. 
(Salary package including 17% employer superannuation contribution: 
$43,777 to $59,409 per annum)
Selection Criteria

1. Completed PhD or demonstrated progress toward a Research Higher Degree
2. Demonstrated practical experience in information technology and 
its creative applications
3. Demonstrated ability to convene, teach and co-teach courses in 
CyberStudies, including using flexible modes
4. Demonstrated knowledge of cyber theory and current issues 
regarding technological development
5. Capacity to supervise Honours and/or Research Higher Degree students
6. Ability to contribute to the School's research profile through 
publication and the attraction of research funding
7. A significant personal Web presence and/or demonstrated advanced 
Web development skills
8. Demonstrated capacity to work productively in a cross-disciplinary 
arts and media team environment
9. Ability to work productively with the community and industry

10. A capacity to contribute to other areas of the School's 
activities such as digital broadcast applications, digital video 
production and new media in creative and performing arts practice
11. A developed academic teaching and research profile which may 
include course development, creative practice, non-traditional 
publications and research consultancy
12. Established community and/or industry links
Application Process
For any informal discussions about this position, please contact
·       Dr Patricia Wise, Head of School, Arts
·       facsimile (07) 5552 8141
·       telephone (07) 5552 8620
·       email P.Wise at mailbox.gu.edu.au
Applicants should ensure:
·       all of the selection criteria are addressed;
·       quote the job title and reference number
·       include evidence of experience, qualifications, teaching 
evaluations; and
·       the names, addresses, email, phone and fax numbers of three referees.
Whilst the position is continuing, applicants should indicate if they 
would prefer the appointment to be on a secondment basis, full-time, 
fixed-term or part-time. Applicants should include a CV and should 
reach Mr Jason Stephensen, Human Resources Officer, Griffith 
University, nathan Queensland 4111, Australia by the closing date. 
Applicants may submit their applications by email attachment to 
j.stephensen at mailbox.gu.edu.au. (Please run an up-to date virus check 
before dispatching.)
Each page should be numbered and have the applicant's name on the top 
right-hand corner. If forwarding a hard copy by mail, applicants are 
requested to submit all documents single sided.
Applicants should also refer to the following Summary Conditions of 
·       Associate Lecturer (Level A)
·       Lectuer (Level B)
·       Position Classifications Standards Associate Lecturer (Level A)
·       Lecturer (Level A)

Further Enquiries:
Ms Michelle Seeto
Phone: (07) 3875 6549
Fax: (07) 3875 3770
Email: m.seeto at mailbox.gu.edu.au

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