Lecturer in Applied Mathematics
Macquarie University

Department of Mathematics

Closing date: 26th February 2016

The Role

The Department of Mathematics is looking to appoint an outstanding applied mathematician whose research involves mathematical modelling with applications in science, engineering, the technological, biological or medical sciences. Applicants with research interests in asymptotic analysis, control theory, dynamical systems, fluid mechanics, numerical analysis/scientific computing and waves are particularly encouraged.

Selection Criteria
To be considered for this position applications must respond to the selection criteria below and attach as a separate document in the application process.


  • A PhD or equivalent in an area of Applied Mathematics, or a related field
  • Demonstrated research ability that supports the Department's research interests in applied mathematics
  • A strong record of research achievements as evidenced by high quality publications
  • The ability to supervise postgraduate students
  • Clear and effective English communication skills
  • The capacity to teach across a wide range of courses similar to those offered by the Department
  • The ability to contribute to a collegial environment in furthering the goals of the Department
  • The potential to act as an advocate for the Department and the discipline both within the University and also to external groups
  • The potential to attract research students and competitive research funding


  • The potential to generate collaboration and funding from industry
  • Substantial experience of lecturing large classes and service classes
  • A genuine commitment to the development and delivery of innovative teaching of mathematics

Salary Package:

From $113,455 to $134,236 per annum (Level B), including a base salary of $96,970 to $114,732 and 17% employer superannuation contribution.

Appointment Type:

Full-time, continuing


Professor Jim Denier on jim.denier@mq.edu.au or +61 2 9850 8956.

For more information and to apply, click here.

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