Professor And Department Chair Social Sciences Jobs Vacancy in Swinburne University Technology Melbourne
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Candidates must be confident in leading and facilitating interdisciplinary teaching and research within the University by actively engaging across the university and with external organisations. Candidates are expected to lead the School to deliver substantial student and research outcomes and impact through collaboration with industry, business, government and other external organisations, and support the University to achieve key objectives and targets in its 2025 vision.
The Department Chair is responsible for the academic leadership, development and operational management of the Department of Social Sciences. Reporting to the Dean of the School of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, the Chair will work collaboratively with Associate Deans, Research Centre Directors, other Department Chairs and University teams to develop and implement strategies aligned with the University’s strategic direction to be a world class university.
The Department Chair will lead, develop and contribute to the strategic development and management of its academic courses, research profile, student experience and external engagement in line with the priorities established within the School and Faculty. The Chair will play a key role in developing and fostering opportunities for collaboration and partnerships among other university disciplines/departments, research centres and institutes, and with external entities such as Swinburne Online (SOL), external government and non-government organisations. Disciplines within the Department include: Politics, History, Indigenous Studies, International Relations, Philosophy, Sociology, Criminology, Environmental Sustainability and Languages.
The Chair will also work closely with key University areas such as Student Services, Marketing, Engagement, Alumni and other service areas to support their activities and to build the external profile of the Department and its activities.
The Professorial position will be a continuing/ongoing position and the successful candidate will be given the role of Department Chair for a period of five years, which will be annually reviewed and may be renewed after five years, if mutually agreed. The Professorial role comes with 17% Superannuation and the role of Department Chair comes with a salary loading of 10%.
Skills and experience
To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following:
- An earned doctoral qualification in a field relevant to the Department
- Outstanding national and/or international reputation as a research leader and an internationally recognised track record of research in a relevant field as evidenced by an extensive range of publications in top-tier journals and by measurable high impact outcomes.
- A consistent history of initiating, obtaining and leading competitive research grants and involvement in research through collaborations with other universities, industry, business and/or government.
A full list of the selection criteria is available within the position description.