Senior Lecturer, Innovation Management at FLINDERS UNIVERSITY | So Good News
Our bold vision, embodied in our strategic plan: Making a difference: Agenda 2025, is to be recognized internationally as a world leader in research, an innovator in modern education and a source of Australia’s most entrepreneurial graduates.
To realize this ambition, we have recently made organizational changes to our six college structures, coordinating professional staff and services.
We understand that exceptional people are the key to our success, and we are looking for an outstanding individual to join our transformed university team.
Type of work:
Summary of the position
Continuation | Full time
Degree of compensation:
Academic level C
$124,109 – $142,764
Dean (People and Resources) or delegate
College of Business, Government and Law
The College’s mission is to adopt innovative knowledge and practices to address the challenges of our time, with a strategic focus on technology, health, and social impact. Our mission defines our educational offerings, our research agenda, and our collaborations and partnerships.
The Senior Lecturer will be a key member of the Business academic staff in the College of Business, Government and Law. In addition to contributing qualitative research, the incumbent provides leadership in innovation management research with general supervision.
The incumbent participates in multidisciplinary teams conducting industrial, economic and workforce research in response to major changes. They may contribute to the planning and delivery of subjects, including the development of teaching materials, the delivery of lectures/tutorials or other innovative teaching and learning strategies and examinations, and may be involved in teaching.
The employee may also participate in training at the college or other colleges and, if necessary, other courses abroad.
The Senior Lecturer will be involved in strengthening existing industry and academic partnerships and exploring new partnerships with external stakeholders that have the potential to deliver enhanced teaching, learning and/or research outcomes for the University.
Prioritizes, coordinates, monitors work progress and provides informal daily feedback to research support staff and casual academic faculty in accordance with University policies, practices and standards.
Duties of the main position:
The senior teacher is responsible for:
- To promote high-level teaching and research consistent with the college’s mission, research centers, and institute.
- Take a leadership role in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of lectures, textbooks, curriculum development, or other teaching strategies, including education on topics focused on managing innovation within the business discipline.
- Use innovative approaches to subject coordination and course coordination.
- Building effective research collaborations between the Australian Institute for Industrial Transformation and business disciplines.
- Make a significant contribution to ethical, high-quality, and innovative research through activities such as scholarship, quality publication, obtaining external grants, mentoring and developing early-career researchers, and presentation consistent with the College’s research strengths and areas of focus.
- Taking a leadership role in inspiring and innovative learning based on ways that enhance the student experience, such as e-learning platforms.
- Support students with academic and/or other challenges that may interfere with their academic performance.
- In a leadership capacity to assist in the College’s internal and external quality assurance and accreditation processes.
- Actively supervise and mentor students undertaking comprehensive WIL, Honors and/or Higher Research degrees.
- Lead, supervise, and participate in high-performing multidisciplinary teams with an educational and/or research focus and contribute to the development of a respectful, trusting, and collaborative work environment.
- Establish and maintain strategic relationships and networks with a range of stakeholders, including the public and/or private sectors, manufacturing industry, and professional associations and organizations with a national and/or international focus.
- Contribute at a leadership level to the integration and management of aspects of the academic and administrative life of the College.
- Out-of-hours work (including weekends) as well as rural SA, interstate and overseas travel may be required.
- Any other duties appropriate to the position level as assigned by the Supervisor and/or the University.
Key position features
- Pursuing a PhD in business that addresses aspects of innovation management.
- Significant experience at the higher education level, including subject coordination, course coordination and curriculum design responsibilities, and proven evidence of successful relevant innovative teaching practices.
- Demonstrated experience and successful track record in supervising graduate students to graduate degrees.
- Demonstrated deep engagement with Innovation Management with evidence of a strong research track record (for career stage) in an area consistent with research strengths in Innovation Management, including consistently proven high-quality publications and external competitive grant attraction.
- Demonstrated understanding of the relationship between teaching and learning, research and research.
- Demonstrated experience providing leadership in curriculum review and internal and external accreditation activities.
- Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills, including a demonstrated ability to build effective relationships with staff, students and industry on a national and/or international level.
- Demonstrated experience and innovation in the use of e-learning platforms for teaching purposes with excellent teaching evaluations.
- A strong working knowledge of the Public Sector has been demonstrated in studies addressing various aspects of innovation management.
- Evidence for student success, including the development and implementation of initiatives to improve retention and facilitate employability.
- Demonstrated effective intercultural communication skills, including the ability to communicate with and/or teach international students.
Established terms of employment
How to apply
Review the position description’s key position features and submit a Statement of Eligibility of no more than 3 pages that meets the criteria. Applications without a statement of eligibility may not be considered. See the How to Submit page for more information.
For more information regarding this position, please contact Associate Professor Vipul Pare.
Information for candidates:
The successful candidate will require a valid National Police Certificate to the University’s satisfaction prior to taking up this position.
We are committed to increasing diversity to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees, so we encourage female candidates, people with disabilities and/or people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent to apply.
Late applications and applications sent through agencies will not be accepted.
Applications close at 23:59:
November 16, 2022