- Prepare and conduct classes including assessment and consultation with students, and engagement with Learning@Griffith and other educational technology.
- Prepare and conduct tutorials and, in larger classes, manage and moderate the tutoring and assessment work of tutors and markers.
- Review and improve research and teaching activities, and engage in continuing professional development related to research and teaching.
- Convene programs and courses and contribute to curriculum development, including assurance of learning requirements of accreditation.
- Lead supervisory teams, as primary supervisor, for RHD students. Supervise undergraduate student projects and dissertations.
- Obtain funding from national and international research funding bodies. Conduct research in a professional and ethical manner. Disseminate research through the production of scholarly publications in high impact journals and scholarly books, as well as through other scholarly and professional media.
- Provide significant leadership in the operation of the Department, School or academic unit such as:
Fostering the research of other groups and individuals within the department or other comparable organisational unit.
- The management and development of other staff. Mentor, coach and support the professional and career development of a group of staff and colleagues.
- Significant projects, programs, or initiatives
- Provide leadership in interaction with external organisations (such as relevant professional associations and/or industry groups) to enhance research and teaching related links with these organizations.
- Participate in the administrative and marketing activities of the Department and School, and in outreach to the community and/or profession.
- PhD in the International Business
- Experience in academic leadership, including a record of building successful teams and driving performance in a large and complex organisational environment
- Awareness of the issues surrounding the delivery of the relevant discipline at tertiary level and a national and international vision for the discipline
- Substantial achievement in research, including an internationally competitive research record in a relevant field and research funding, including national and international grants
- Demonstrated extensive experience in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, course development, and coordination
- Demonstrated evidence of quality in RHD student supervision (e.g. achievement of research higher degree completions)
- Demonstrated ability to build effective working relationships: internally with faculty, staff, and students and externally with government, industry, and community stakeholders
HOW TO APPLY
Your application should include a covering letter in which you address the Selection Criteria on a “point by point” basis. In addition, your application should contain your full curriculum vitae including the following:
- Address, telephone number(s) and email address
- Names, telephone, and email contact of at least three referees (no contact will be made without your permission)
- Country of permanent residence
- Employment history, including present position and notice required; details of education, professional training, and qualifications
- Details of relevant professional, consulting, or industry experience
- Research interests and list of publications
- Research grants awarded; any other relevant information, such as offices held in professional bodies and community services
While not essential, it is desirable that applicants have research and/or teaching interests that build on existing areas of excellence in the Department and/or are aligned with Griffith Business School’s strengths. Send all information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Griffith Business School is AACSN Internationally accredited, its MBA is 5 star rated, and the only Australian MBA in the Aspen Institute Top Global 100 (ranked 27th in 2009). A detailed information package is available from email@example.com