Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences (Level A/B) @UniSA

Closing date: 15 August 2022
Campus: University of South Australia
Remuneration: Level A $93,165 or Level B $104,838 per annum (plus 17% superannuation)
Status: Two continuing opportunities, flexible employment arrangements available

View full announcement on UniSA’s site.

The University of South Australia is committed to increasing the diversity of our people, so we strongly encourage female applicants, people with a disability and/or Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders descent to apply.

At least one of these appointments will be made to a female or gender-diverse applicant.

About the Roles

This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established, high-performing team of mathematics academics at the University of South Australia. 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.

The Teaching focused position is responsible for the development and delivery of teaching resources and activities in the Mathematical Sciences in undergraduate and postgraduate programs within UniSA STEM and across the University.

The Teaching and Research focused position is responsible for the development and delivery of teaching resources and activities within STEM’s undergraduate, honours and postgraduate programs and for contributing to STEM’s research agenda. To be considered for Level B, a doctoral qualification in Mathematics, Statistics, or a closely related field, is required.

Please visit UniSA’s site for more information:

Upcoming maths jobs @UniSA

The University of South Australia will shortly advertise two new continuing positions in the mathematical sciences. The positions will be advertised at Level A/B, and will be teaching/research or teaching-intensive, with at least one to be a teaching/research position. The areas of specialisation are likely to include optimisation, statistics, data analytics, and classical applied mathematical modelling. At least one of the successful applicants will be female or gender-diverse, and the hiring process will not conclude until this goal has been met. The initial closing date will be at least six weeks after the positions are advertised, and applications will remain open after that if necessary. There will be flexibility in the starting dates for the successful applicants. Women and gender-diverse people are strongly encouraged to apply, as are early-career researchers, recent PhD graduates and PhD students nearing completion.