This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established, high performing team of Mathematics academics at the University of South Australia in a continuing teaching and research role. These positions will contribute to and enhance our high-quality teaching of service and discipline-specific courses at undergraduate, honours and postgraduate level within UniSA STEM, and help advance STEM’s dynamic research agenda.
- Be part of an exciting future in Mathematical Sciences at UniSA, Mawson Lakes campus
- 3 full-time, continuing positions (Academic Level B) in one or more of applied statistics, applied optimisation, classical applied mathematical modelling
- PhD candidates nearing completion are also encouraged to apply
- Commencement Salary: $101,784 per annum (plus 17% superannuation)
Mathematics sits in UniSA STEM, which places a lot of emphasis on equity, diversity and inclusion, and reinforces the core values of staff (https://i.unisa.edu.au/staff/ptc/values-and-conduct/) under the leadership of the Executive Dean Professor Julie Mills. The current gender profile in the Mathematical Sciences is fantastic; we are at almost (44%) at parity between women and men, and at 50% at each of Levels C, D and E. It’s an inclusive and friendly place to work.
- Lead and contribute to the design and development of engaging, relevant and technology-enhanced curricula
- Deliver high-quality teaching that is informed by relevant research, scholarship and industry practice
- Contribute to research and scholarly activity, independently and/or as a member of a team
- Establish and nurture collaborations to raise the profile of the discipline
- Contribute to external activities that add to the public knowledge of the discipline
Essential Skills and Experience
Along with being an enthusiastic and collaborative colleague, you will have a genuine commitment to student learning and to innovative research. Some of the key skills and experience you’ll bring include:
- A doctoral qualification in Mathematics, Statistics, or similar (candidates nearing completion are also encouraged to apply)
- Demonstrated ability and experience in teaching, including design and preparation of teaching activities
- Ability to undertake research in one or more of the following areas:
- Applied statistics
- Applied optimisation
- Classical applied mathematical modelling
- Excellent communication skills and empathy for students from a variety of backgrounds
- Understanding of and experience in using a range of contemporary teaching methodologies
For more information and to apply, please follow this link.
Applications close at 11:30pm on Monday 6 December.