CAH Coordinator/Lecturer

  • The University of Melbourne
  • Australia, Vic
  • Sep 19, 2022

Job Description:

Job no: 0057060
Location: Parkville
Role type:
Part-time 0.4-0.5 FTE; Fixed-term for 3 years
Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
Department/School: Department of Paediatrics (Royal Children’s Hospital Academic Centre)
Level B – $110,236 - $130,900 p.a. (pro-rata for part-time) plus 17% super

The University of Melbourne would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands upon which our campuses are situated, the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung Peoples, the Yorta Yorta Nation, the Dja Dja Wurrung People. We acknowledge that the land on which we meet and learn was the place of age-old ceremonies, of celebration, initiation and renewal, and that the local Aboriginal Peoples have had and continue to have a unique role in the life of these lands.

About - Department of Paediatrics (Royal Children’s Hospital Academic Centre)

The Department of Paediatrics is the flagship representative of the University’s partnership with the Royal Children’s Hospital and is co-located with the hospital in Flemington Road, Parkville. The Department of Paediatrics is a large department within the School of Medicine. The Department has responsibility for the Child & Adolescent Health component of the Doctor of Medicine course of the School. There are 82 academic and professional staff, 447 honorary academic staff, and more than 150 students who are enrolled to pursue research degrees from Honours, Masters and PhD.

About the Role
An excellent opportunity for a clinician to further their teaching expertise and knowledge while contributing to the development of future health care workers. CAH Coordinator/Lecturer will work with the Department of Paediatrics, academic teaching staff and administrators of the MD3 program to maintain academic governance and day-to-day running of the Child and Adolescent Health program for MD3 students. The CAH Coordinator will be based at the Royal Children's Hospital campus (RCH), working under the guidance of and reporting to the Child and Adolescent Health Lead Co-ordinator.

Responsibilities include:

About You
You will bring an appreciation of contemporary approaches to teaching and learning and educational evaluation in a tertiary education environment. You will possess excellent oral and written communication skills and have demonstrated excellent management and organisational skills.

You will also have:

To ensure the University continues to provide a safe environment for everyone, this position requires the incumbent to hold a current and valid Working with Children Check.

About the University
The University of Melbourne is consistently ranked amongst the leading universities in the world. We are proud of our people, our commitment to research and teaching excellence, and our global engagement.

Benefits of Working with Us
In addition to having the opportunity to grow and be challenged, and to be part of a vibrant campus life, our people enjoy a range of rewarding benefits:

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If you feel this role is right for you, please submit your application including a brief cover letter, your resume and your responses against the selection criteria^ (found in the Position Description) for the role.

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