Edith Cowan University
School of ScienceClosing date: 20th December 2016
The School of Science offers a variety of industry relevant courses in a wide range of science-based areas such as computing, security science, information science, mathematics, physics, biology, environmental science, and chemistry. Our courses are informed by active research programs, with the school being home to the Natural Resources Modelling and Simulation, e-Health, e-Agriculture, the Artificial Intelligence and Optimisation Research Groups, and the Centres for Ecosystem Management and Marine Ecosystems Research
The School seeks to appoint a Lecturer (Level B) in Statistics to support teaching and research in applied statistics, geostatistics and mathematical modeling more broadly. The successful applicant will be expected to teach primarily applied statistics and mathematical modelling to a diverse range of students, including students from health and exercise science backgrounds and contribute to the development of undergraduate and postgraduate statistics curriculum.
The successful applicant must have a PhD. Demonstrated expertise in applied statistics or geostatistics and the ability to teach both on campus and online are essential requirements. The successful applicant will have a strong commitment to quality teaching and learning, and experience working with both domestic and international students.
The successful candidate will also demonstrate personal attributes that are congruent with the University’s values of Integrity, Respect, Rational Inquiry and Personal Excellence.
ECU is a smoke-free environment.
Benefits and Remuneration: This full time, ongoing position attracts remuneration of $92,287 to $109,594 plus 17% University superannuation contribution.
ECU supports a work/life balance for staff. Benefits such as flexible working arrangements may also be negotiated to meet your personal circumstances.For information on the benefits of working at ECU, please visit our Future Staff website.
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