Lecturer - Mathematical Sciences
School of ScienceClosing date: 24th July 2016
RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. Our mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work.
The School of Science came into existence on January 1, 2016 and comprises the previous schools of Applied Sciences; Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences; and Computer Science and Information Technology. The School encompasses the disciplines of Chemistry, Physics, Food Sciences and Molecular Bioscience, Mathematics and Geospatial Sciences, and Computer Science and IT.
The role and your responsibilities
Reporting to the Associate Dean, Mathematical Sciences, the Lecturer will contribute to the teaching and research efforts of the school. More specifically, the Lecturer is responsible for carrying out teaching activities of particular relevance to the Information Security and Assurance program and for maintaining and advancing the scholarly, research and professional capabilities relevant to this area. The Lecturer is also expected to actively promote the program by establishing and maintaining memberships, links and partnerships with academic, industry and professional communities. You will also be required to supervise Masters and PhD research students.
Skills and experience required
The successful candidate will bring to the role your demonstrated ability to prepare and deliver Mathematics and Information Security courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels including the ability to produce high quality curriculum and program materials at tertiary level. Your proven ability to develop innovative approaches to course delivery and student-centred learning that exploits new technologies and with a commitment to continuous quality improvement through ongoing training and development will be critical to your success in this role. Furthermore, your demonstrated ability to undertake independent research that will contribute to existing research areas evidenced by publications, development of new research initiatives, competitive research funding and building industry links will be essential.
A PhD or equivalent professional experience in Mathematics or Information Security is required.
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