Full- Time (38 hours per week)
Great working environment
About the role
- Work as part of the program teams to develop a programmatic approach to building on and improving academic literacy skills of student cohorts within the HE Education department.
- Develop, deliver and administer both key academic subjects in programs and targeted individual, small and large group sessions to support the ongoing development of academic literacy skills of students within the Departments programs.
- Develop and implement a range of resources to support the successful academic literacy development of students and staff in the Departments programs.
- Master’s degree in Education or another appropriate discipline with subsequent relevant professional experience and/or a related postgraduate qualification in academic literacy.
- Demonstrated course leadership and coordination experience in higher education.
- Experience in teaching at a tertiary level with a focus on improving student academic literacy for their success in their programs of study.
- Evidence of the ability to work productively in academic teams in HE environments
To be eligible to apply you must either:
a) be an Australian Citizen or
b) provide evidence which substantiates your entitlement to work in Australia
Applicants must address the key selection criteria contained within the position description. You will not be shortlisted if you fail to address the key selection criteria in your application.
HOW TO APPLY
Please download a copy of the Position Description below. Read the Position Description carefully before beginning your application.
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