[Aqualist] Position Vacant: Lecturer in Australian Archaeology
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Fri Mar 19 10:12:02 EST 2004
Position Vacant: Details
POSITION: Sesqui Lecturer in Australian Archaeology
DEPARTMENT: School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry
Faculty of Arts, University of Sydney
AVAILABILITY: Internal & External
REF NO: B10/004728
The School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry invites applications
from suitably qualified individuals for a Sesqui lectureship in Australian
Archaeology. Applications are encouraged in the areas of prehistory and
contact archaeology. The appointee will be required to develop and teach
new units in Australian archaeology and practical work to complement the
department's undergraduate and postgraduate teaching curriculum and
programmes. The appointee will assist with team-teaching of junior level
introductory archaeology and Honours and Postgraduate level archaeological
theory and research methods units, in addition to conducting their own
Essential criteria are a PhD or equivalent in a relevant area of
archaeology/prehistory; a strong demonstrated interest in and commitment to
developing high quality teaching programmes in Australian archaeology,
including field and practical work skills; the ability to supervise Honours
and Postgraduate research students; demonstrated expertise in
archaeological fieldwork practice; and a solid research record in
Australian archaeology. Also essential are competency in administrative
skills relevant to a university department and the qualities needed to work
well with a diverse group of colleagues, professional archaeologists and
community groups on and off campus.
The position is full-time continuing, subject to the completion of a
satisfactory probation and/or confirmation period for new appointees.
Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of
For further information contact Professor Richard Waterhouse on (02) 9351
5658 or e-mail: Richard.Waterhouse at arts.usyd.edu.au
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND
WE OFFER A SMOKE FREE WORKPLACE
Remuneration Package: $69,770 - $82,845 p.a. (which includes a base salary
Lecturer Level B $58,957 - $70,012 p.a., leave loading and up to 17%
employers contribution to superannuation).
Closing Date: 15/4/2004
General Application Information
An asterisk * in front of the position title indicates that the position is
not available for Casual Staff or External applicants
Intending applicants are encouraged to seek further information from the
contact person before submitting a formal application.
Academic positions: Applications (five copies for levels A-D and ten copies
for level E) should quote the reference no, address the selection criteria,
and include a CV, a list of publications, the names, addresses, e-mail, fax
and phone number of confidential referees (three for levels A-D and five
for level E).
General Staff positions: Applications should quote the reference no,
address the selection criteria, and include a CV, the names, addresses,
e-mail, fax and phone number of two confidential referees.
· For Reference No A: The Personnel Officer, College of Sciences and
Technology, Carslaw Building, (F07), The University of Sydney, NSW, 2006
· For Reference No B: The Personnel Officer, College of Humanities
and Social Sciences, Old Teacher's College, (A22), The University of
Sydney, NSW, 2006
· For Reference No C: The Personnel Officer, College of Health
Sciences, Edward Ford Building, (A27), The University of Sydney, NSW, 2006
· For Reference No D: The Personnel Officer, College of Health
Sciences, Cumberland Campus (C42), The University of Sydney, PO Box 170,
Lidcombe NSW 1825
· For Reference No E: The Personnel Officer, (Corporate Personnel
Services), Margaret Telfer Building, (K07), The University of Sydney, NSW,
· For Reference No F: The University Librarian (Attention:
Administrative Officer, Fisher Library), The University of Sydney, NSW, 2006
· For Reference No R: The Personnel Officer, The University of
Sydney, Faculty of Rural Management, PO Box 883 Orange NSW 2800
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