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Lecturer (Work Psychology)

Job no: 503191
Work type: full-time
Location: Crawley
Categories: Science

Faculty of Science

School of Psychological Science

  • Play a significant part in further developing the national and international research and industry reputation of the School of Psychological Science
  • Tenurable teaching and research appointment
  • Salary range: Level B $98,526 - $116,792 p.a.

About the team

The School of Psychological Science at UWA is ranked 42nd in the 2019 QS World University rankings by subject and the discipline was judged as “well above world standard” [the highest rating of 5] in all four Excellence in Research for Australia assessments, most recently in 2018. Only one other Australian university has achieved this maximum level of performance in Psychology across all four ERA rounds. The School also hosts the Centre for Advancement into Research in Emotion (CARE) headed by ARC Laureate Fellow, Professor Colin MacLeod. Since 2015, the School has attracted $15.6M in competitive schemes (e.g., Australian Research Council, National Health and Medical Research Council) and through national and international industry partnerships (e.g., Defence Science and Technology Group, Chevron Energy Technology, Neurotrauma Research Program, and Rio Tinto).

Strong links have been developed with the UWA Business School and Energy and Minerals Institute, and with the Schools of Human Sciences and of Engineering & Mathematical Science. The School regards Work Psychology, including Business and Industrial and Organisational (IO) Psychology and Organisational Behaviour, as a significant, strategic growth area. In addition to its accredited Master and combined Master/PhD in IO Psychology, we have recently launched a new Master in Business Psychology.

About the opportunity

We are looking to appoint a motivated, driven, and passionate academic in the area of Work Psychology. As the successful appointee, you will play a significant part in further developing the international research reputation of the School in Work Psychology. The position also offers exciting opportunities for leadership in teaching and learning in our dynamic, growing, Work Psychology programs.

To be considered for this role, you will demonstrate:

  • A skill set and a desire to work with others, including industry partners, to operate collaboratively across numerous projects, with a focus on research translation into industry at a state, national, and/or international level.
  • PhD qualification with a specialty in Business Psychology, Industrial and Organisational Psychology, Organisational Behaviour, or a related discipline;
  • Expertise in Leadership, Coaching, Business-related Research Methods, and/or Organisational Design
  • A good track record of research achievement including publications in international journals;
  • The ability to develop industry partnerships for research and training;
  • Evidence of good supervision of research students (e.g., Honours, Masters, PhD);
  • A significant personal contribution and commitment to high quality teaching, including incorporation of research and scholarship into teaching activities;

In this position, you will attract research funds and develop industry partnerships for research, and for student research and placement opportunities. You will play a key role in the development and delivery of research-led teaching into the postgraduate Business Psychology and/or IO Psychology programs. You will supervise research students at Honours and postgraduate levels and, as appropriate, supervise work placement students and develop and deliver undergraduate/honours teaching. You will contribute to the core service activities of the School and Faculty and to the University’s community and engagement outreach activities.

About the campus

You will work alongside dynamic and forward-thinking colleagues, who like you, are determined to challenge convention and drive innovation. We are a community driven by a desire to make the most of our collective potential and to contribute to the world’s advancement. We work at one of Australia’s most picturesque campuses.

Benefits and Conditions of Employment:

  • Employer contribution to superannuation is 17% of salary
  • Recreation leave of 20 working days per annum, plus statutory leave days, sickness and parental leave
  • Long Service Leave after 10 years
  • Eligibility for sabbatical leave
  • Relocation assistance including airfares, relocation allowance and short-term accommodation (if applicable)
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • A range of items eligible for salary sacrificing
  • A range of free facilities and services
  • Access to research infrastructure

Closing date: Sunday, 8 September 2019

This position is open to international applicants.

Please see the position description prior to applying: Download File Position Description - Lecturer (Work Psychology).pdf

Application details: Please apply online via the Apply Now button.

Full details of the position responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description.  In preparing your application you are asked to demonstrate clearly that you meet the selection criteria.  You are also encouraged to supply a curriculum vitae and an academic portfolio in support of your application.

Our commitment to inclusion and diversity

UWA is committed to a diverse workforce. We celebrate inclusion and diversity and believe gender equity is fundamental to achieving our goal of being a top 50 university by 2050.

  • We have child friendly areas on campus, including childcare facilities. Flexible work arrangements, part-time hours and job sharing will all be considered.
  • UWA has been awarded Platinum Employer Status for being a Top Ten Employer for LGBTI Inclusion by the Australian Workplace Equity Index (AWEI -2019).

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