Ref 4882/19 Lecturer in Health Promotion, School of Health Sciences

Updated: 7 months ago
Location: Campbelltown, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline: 23 Feb 2020

  • Campbelltown Campus
  • Remuneration Package $120,440 to $142,118 p.a. (with 2% increase effective 06/03/2020)
  • Full-Time, Ongoing Position

Working at Western Sydney University means you’ll be part of an organisation that’s ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide and is a research leader – with 85% of the University’s research being at or above world standard.

We understand the key to your success is unlocking your true potential – just as we do with our students. Our 3,500 staff members work together to enable a dynamic, inclusive and innovative culture that is distinctly research-driven and student-centred.

The University is deeply embedded in the community and the region we serve, which is Australia’s fastest growing economy and one of the most culturally diverse areas in Australia. Our 10 campuses include a hybrid network of technology-infused vertical CBD campuses and more traditional campuses across Western Sydney.

We take pride in challenging the traditional notion of what a university ‘should’ be and are dedicated to ensuring our 48,500 students enjoy the best and most dynamic learning experience possible. From our forward-focused reworking of our teaching methodologies to connecting our learning hubs with industry, we are equipping our students with real-world learning experiences and future employment.

With more than 180,000 highly-respected alumni – including 20,000 working across 128 countries – we are ranked the highest university in NSW for graduate employer satisfaction. Join us as we shape the future of Western Sydney.

The School of Health Sciences is educating tomorrow's graduates in an environment that is contemporary, challenging, and adaptive to a rapidly evolving world. Our teaching programs are intrinsically interdisciplinary, and cover a broad range of professional and other disciplines in the clinical and non-clinical health sciences. These areas are underpinned by a strong focus on research and research led teaching, which often involves partnerships with a range of external organisations. Our programs include undergraduate degrees, Honours degrees, coursework Masters programs, and higher degree research programs (Masters and PhD).

The School of Health Sciences are seeking a forward thinking, dynamic and innovative academic, with qualifications and expertise in area of Health Promotion, to take on the role of Lecturer (Academic Level B).

The successful candidate will be involved in a range of Academic activities including the coordination and teaching of units in the Health Promotion and other health science programs. You will be expected to conduct research and supervise undergraduate and/or postgraduate research students, develop collaborations across Western Sydney University and foster relationships external to the School and University.

This is a full-time, ongoing position based at the Campbelltown Campus.

Remuneration Package: Academic Level B $120,440 to $142,118 p.a., (comprising Salary of $101,773 to $120,175 p.a., plus Superannuation and Leave Loading). 

Effective from 6 March 2020, salaries will increase by 2% in line with the annual academic staff increment, as per the Academic Staff Agreement.

Position Enquiries: Professor Gregory Kolt, Dean of School of Health Sciences, +61 2 4620 3747 or email

Closing Date: 8:30pm, Sunday 23 February 2020

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