Lecturers/Senior Lecturers in Social Inquiry – University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Two Positions: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in
Social Inquiry – Environment, Culture and Society and in
Social Inquiry – Social Policy and Advocacy
The UTS Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences enjoys an international reputation for its progressive, innovative and interdisciplinary programs in Communication, Information, Creative Writing, Cultural Studies and Social Inquiry.
The Social Inquiry Program is looking for an outstanding scholar to complement its research and teaching profile. The appointee will join the Program at an important juncture as new research agendas are emerging at the University level and in the Program, including a new Centre for Social Inquiry designed to explore practices of social change.
The Social Inquiry Program is a cross-disciplinary program composed of leading scholars in social, political and historical studies who share a focus on applied research and advocacy in globalising societies. The Program offers conceptual insights and strategic capacity for social change communication. Staff are responsible for a large cohort of research students and are key participants in two UTS research centres, ‘Transforming Cultures: Centre for Social, Historical and Cultural Research’ and the new ‘Cosmopolitan Civil Societies’ Research Centre.
Salary range: Lecturer $68,930 to $81,837 pa, Senior Lecturer $84,386 to $97,141 pa. The University offers salary packaging plus 17% employer superannuation contribution.
UTS also offers a great range of benefits including discounted gym membership and childcare centres, as well as being centrally located close to the CBD and good transport networks.
Obtain the selection criteria, which you need to address in your application, here. Please include details of three referees in your CV.
To send through your application please go here. If you then require further information contact Professor Theo van Leeuwen, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, on 02 9514 1926.
Closing Date: 30 November 2007.
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