SENIOR LECTURER – ADELAIDE MEDICAL SCHOOL, THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
Level B) $102,952 to $121,779 or (Level C) $ 125,537 to $144,368 per annum plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation applies.
Fixed term, part time position(0.6FTE) available for 12 months with a possibility of extension.
Year 3 Course Development Position, Adelaide Medical School.
This role is critical to Year 3 course material development for the new Bachelor of Medical Studies/MD (BMD) which was launched in 2022. The incumbent will work closely with the Course Development Leads for Year 3 of the Bachelor of Medical Studies to enable the delivery of a high quality curriculum in 2024.
The incumbent will join a dynamic curriculum development team and will be well supported in this role. You will possess appropriate clinical experience which will allow you to integrate concepts from across the curriculum. You will also need to demonstrate good interpersonal skills, as an essential activity will be to liaise with clinical academics and titleholders of the Faculty based at various locations (the CALHN, NALHN and WCHN).
Closing Date: 23rd April before 11.55pm (ACST).
DIRECTOR - UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF RURAL HEALTH, CURTIN UNIVERSITY
Package up to $234,335 (inc super)
Full time contract until July 2026 (with possibility of renewal)
Generous relocation support
Curtin University has started a search for its new Director to head up our University Department of Rural Health, which is expected to intake students later in 2023.
As the chief advocate and public face of our University Department of Rural Health, you’ll reside in the Goldfields throughout the duration of the role, receiving generous relocation support if required.
You will be a proven leader, with strong knowledge of rural health training and the ability to foster existing and new partnerships with a wide range of people and organisations both in the Goldfields and beyond.
Closing date: 9PM (AWST), Friday 14th April 2023
DIRECTOR - ALLIED HEALTH RURAL GENERALIST EDUCATION AND TRAINING (527858)
Salary: $135,429 to $136,987 per annum
Full time position
A new conjoint position between the Department of Health (DoH) and University of Tasmania with responsibility for leading the design, implementation and evaluation of the Allied Health Rural Generalist (AHRG) Pathway in Tasmania.
Will work closely with allied health managers and staff in North West and Northern Tasmania to contextualise the AHRG Pathway to Tasmania.
Will work closely with key stakeholders to identify skill and capability gaps in the allied health workforce, particularly those working in rural and remote areas of Tasmania.
Apply contemporary, flexible, and innovative learning and teaching methods to design and implement an AHRG education and training program aligned with the AHRG Education Framework and areas of identified skill and capability gaps.
Closing date: 11:55 PM AEST, 16th April 2023MORE INFORMATION HERE
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (TENURE TRACK)/PROFESSOR (TENURE), CENTRE FOR HEALTH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP, THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES, see ches.med.ubc.ca) at The University of British Columbia (UBC), Faculty of Medicine invites applications for a full-time position at the rank of Associate Professor, tenure track or Professor, tenure.
CHES is a world-renowned centre that supports the development of educational theory based on classroom and clinical phenomena, and the application of educational theory into the classroom and clinical environments. The successful candidate will contribute to fostering an environment that promotes inclusivity and embodies values of respect, integrity, compassion, collaboration, and equity.
A letter of application outlining the applicant’s research and teaching interests, professional and creative work, administrative service, experience fostering collaboration and contributions made to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion; a detailed curriculum vitae; and the names of four arm’s length references should be directed to: email@example.com
Applications close: 31st March 2023
SENIOR LECTURER - COMMUNICATION & CLINICAL SKILLS & ASSESSMENT, DISCIPLINE OF MEDICINE, DARLINGHURST CAMPUS
Academic Level C
Part-time (0.8FTE), Continuing Opportunity
The School of Medicine offers a four-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) program that has been fully accredited by the Australian Medical Council of Australia and is highly ranked by graduates in national surveys. Key features include a focus on small group teaching and problem-based learning, combined with rich clinical experiences across the entire program. The School also offers several postgraduate programs.
The Communication and Clinical Skills (CCS) and Assessment Academic Coordinator position is based at the Darlinghurst campus and plays a critical role to support the Head of Assessment, Sydney and the Head of Communication and Clinical Skills Domain.
This role reports to the Head, Communication & Clinical Skills Domain.
Applications close: 31st March 2023
MORE INFORMATION HERE
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