Resource management

Lecturer/Lecturer, Human Resource Management or management employment with AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

  • Lecturer or Lecturer, continuous full-time position based at our North Sydney campus
  • Expertise in management or human resources management
  • Teaching and research orientation

About UCA:

Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community that welcomes students and staff of all faiths. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting over 34,000 students across eight campuses – Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield, Blacktown and Rome.

As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to understand and actively contribute to the mission and values ​​of ACU.

About the Faculty of Law and Commerce:

The Faculty of Law and Business comprises two schools, the Peter Faber Business School and the Thomas More Law School. The faculty offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in a range of business and law disciplines and is staffed by a dedicated team of nationally and internationally recognized academics whose teaching is supported by their active involvement in relevant industries, professional industries, professional associations or links to leading international business and law schools and their research. Teaching staff have an established research record with a commitment to conduct research in areas aligned with the general values ​​of the University’s mission as well as innovative industry-led projects. Students are valued as individuals and teaching staff are directly involved in the student learning journey, from prospective student to alumni. The faculty aims to equip graduates with the skills to become leaders, not only in their chosen profession, but in the community.

About Peter Faber Business School:

Named after St Peter Faber SJ, the school’s mission is to develop thoughtful business leaders and independent learners who are global in their outlook, ethical in their actions and practical in the application of their professional skills. Research is a strategic priority for the School and academic staff are required to regularly publish their academic work in journals rated ‘A’ or ‘A*’ by the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC). PFBS staff have published articles in journals such as The Leadership Quarterly, Academy of Management Review, Economic Behavior and Organisation, Human Factors in Computing Systems, European Journal of Marketing and similar leading publications. All programs are underpinned by the principles of Catholic social teaching and the principles of United Nations stewardship education. All undergraduate students are required to undertake a community engagement unit which involves them working directly with non-profit and community organizations. The school’s main undergraduate degree is the Bachelor of Commerce, which offers specializations in accounting, human resource management, management, and marketing.

About the role:

As a Lecturer (Academic Level B), you will be a crucial contributor to program design and delivery, high quality research and/or industry engagement and support of the school and students through specific academic administration and advisory roles.

As a lecturer (academic level C), you will play a key academic role with a leadership dimension. You will be expected to contribute to the academic governance of the school and programs within the school in a range of roles such as National Lecturer, Course Coordinator and Course Advisor.

More specifically, the role consists of:

  • Contribute (lecturer) or lead (lead lecturer) in curriculum development and teaching of HRM and management units at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
  • Engage in innovative learning and teaching practices, including e-learning and alternative teaching methods.
  • Contribute to the intensification of research through publications in high-quality research centers and the attraction of research and/or industry funding.
  • A teaching and research orientation in the discipline of management, organizational behavior or human resources management with a preference for engaged research in HR.
  • Contribute to the supervision (lecturer) or supervise (lecturer) postgraduate research students, as appropriate.
  • Maintain engagement with external stakeholders relevant to the work-integrated learning program.

You will need to have:

  • A doctorate or substantial progress towards a doctorate (or equivalent) in human resources management, management, or a relevant related discipline. Candidates with substantial industry experience and a master’s degree may be considered on the basis of obtaining a doctorate through the probation process. Current member of AHRI, IM&L or equivalent professional association.
  • An understanding of and commitment to the mission of the university and the ability to integrate the mission into disciplinary activities with an emphasis on teaching and research.
  • Evidence of high quality, innovative teaching that builds on reflective practice and the link between teaching and research across modes of delivery, e.g. face-to-face, online and/or blended in management , human resource management and/or organizational behavior.
  • An emerging coherent program of quality research in management, human resource management and/or organizational behavior with an emphasis on high quality research publications in journals rated A or A* by the Australia Business Deans Council and/or the business research impacting industry.
  • Experience or ability to develop skills in the design and development of undergraduate and postgraduate course programs in multiple modes of delivery.
  • A PhD in HRM, management or a relevant related discipline. Current member of AHRI, IM&L or equivalent professional association.
  • An understanding of and commitment to the mission of the university and the ability to integrate the mission into disciplinary activities with an emphasis on teaching and research.
  • Evidence of high quality, innovative teaching that builds on reflective practice and the link between teaching and research across modes of delivery, e.g. face-to-face, online and/or blended in management , human resource management and/or organizational behavior
  • A consistent program of quality research in management, human resource management and/or organizational behavior with an emphasis on high quality research publications in journals rated A or A* by the Australia Business Deans Council and/or research business impacting the industry.
  • Experience in the design and development of undergraduate and postgraduate course curricula in multiple modes of delivery.
  • contribution to course development and/or course reviews Knowledge – knowledge of accreditation processes at disciplinary/professional level or for international accreditation such as AACSB or EFMD.
  • experience in leading and managing academic staff in teaching or research teams.

The University pursues a program of excellence and provides an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement.

How to register:

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Total compensation valued at $154,846 – $168,247 total rem (pro rata) pa, including salary component $130,847 – $142,171 (pro rata) pa (Academic Level C), employer pension contribution pension and annual leave, OR $123,584 total rem – $145,796 total rem pa, including the salary component of $104,430 – $123,298 per year (Academic Level B). The level of appointment will be determined based on the level of experience, ability and level of research of the successful candidate.

General inquiries can be sent to Carol Sambucco, Managing Director, Peter Faber Business School at: [email protected]

Applicants must hold australian labor rights to apply for this position. For permanent/continuing roles, candidates must have permanent employment rights.

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Find out more information about the benefits of working at ACU at: www.acu.edu.au/about-acu/careers-at-acu/why-work-at-acu

ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from diverse cultural groups are encouraged.

Closing of applications: August 16, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. Australian Eastern Standard Time