Senior Lecturer and Head of Education in Executive Education at CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY

  • An exciting opportunity within the brand new AI and Cyber ​​Futures Institute
  • Be part of an interdisciplinary team with the ambition to develop inclusive AI systems promoting regional development
  • A rewarding role focused on delivering high quality education and training.

The role

  • Full time, CDD (5 years)
  • Level C – $125,300 to $144,318 AUD (plus 17% superannuation)
  • Bathurst, hybrid or remote work arrangements may be considered
  • Relocation assistance available

Institute for Artificial Intelligence and Cyber ​​Futures (AICF) is a new research institute at Charles Sturt University that aims to become a world-class research center of excellence in data science, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity, to further the regional discovery agenda , showing how AI has developed “outside the box”. track and ‘in the wild can better serve not just rural and regional communities, but society as a whole, creating a new comparative advantage for Australia internationally.

The lecturer and pedagogical manager of executive training is a teaching position. It plays a key strategic role in supporting the development and implementation of executive and other relevant talent development initiatives, as well as educational initiatives (including executive micro-certifications, degree programs, etc.) within the AICF portfolio.

You will support the Executive Director in defining and planning teaching activities within the AI ​​and Cyber ​​Futures Institute, designing units and curricula, liaising with the portfolio of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic ) and provide education.

You will ensure that students (including executive students) receive a high quality education and training in accordance with Charles Sturt University standards as well as national and international standards. This role works closely with the AICF team to determine talent development goals with multiple stakeholders and ensures these goals are successfully achieved.

To be successful, you will:

  • Doctoral degrees relevant to the priority areas of the institute or equivalent accreditation and status
  • An excellent teaching record with proven teaching excellence in one of the AICF priority areas
  • Demonstrated ability to build strong partnerships, networks and relationships
  • Strong understanding and demonstrated commitment to teaching integrity and ethics to ensure compliance with relevant laws and codes.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide effective leadership in an academic setting

Application requirements

Candidates must apply online and meet the selection criteria in the job description;

If you are having difficulty applying online or for more information on the application process, please visit our How to Apply page or contact us.

About Us

We are a university of the land and the people of our regions. True to the character of regional Australia, we have common sense, we have soul and we work together. We develop holistic, insightful people who help their communities grow and thrive.

The Wiradjuri phrase yindiamarra winhanganha means the wisdom to respectfully know how to live well in a world worth living. This phrase represents who we are at Charles Sturt University – our philosophy. It comes from traditional Australian indigenous knowledge, but it also speaks to the mission of universities – to develop and spread wisdom to make the world a better place.

Harnessing technology, we thrive as a distributed yet connected community, welcoming and engaging with people across Australia and the world.

The University offers excellent work-life balance, professional development opportunities and generous financial benefits.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. This is demonstrated by our Agency for Gender Equality in the Workplace Employer of Choice citation and our Athena SWAN Bronze Institutional Award. Charles Sturt is also a participating member of the Australian Workplace Equality Index. Applications are encouraged by Indigenous Australians; disabled people ; women (especially for senior and non-traditional roles); people who identify as LGBTIQA+; and those from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

Further information

Additional information is available in the job description or by contacting:

Professor Ganna Pogrebna | Executive Director | gpogrebna@csu.edu.au

Interviews are expected to take place in mid-December 2022 and results may not be announced until January 2023.

Closing Date: 11 p.m., December 6, 2022

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