Associate Professor/Professor, Ecology - School of Science and Health

The School of Science and Health offers a range of courses and research strengths. We provide exciting contemporary undergraduate and postgraduate courses which provide a strong base of core knowledge along with specialist study in a large range of disciplines. Such disciplines include medical sciences, health sciences, natural sciences and other science areas. Postgraduate students have the opportunity to undertake research degrees at Masters and PhD level and through their study, work with nationally and internationally renowned researchers.

The school is justifiably proud of its research pursuits. Our staff and students have strong meaningful collaborations with research institutes, health organisations, industry partners and community organisations at local, national and international levels. Our work through the National Institute of Complementary Medicine, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, the Men's Health Information and Resource Centre and the Nanoscale Organisation and Dynamics Research Group places us firmly on the world stage. Our other research strengths in areas including health and wellbeing, sport and exercise science, rehabilitation and neuroscience, wildlife and water ecology, sustainable agriculture and reaction chromatography are testament to our commitment to solving important problems and contributing to society.

We are seeking a forward thinking, dynamic, and innovative scholar to take on a role at the level of Associate Professor (Level D) or Professor (Level E) in the field of Ecology and to contribute to our teaching program and research in this area.

This position is based at the Hawkesbury campus, but multi-campus teaching may be required.

Remuneration Package:

Associate Professor (Level D) $156,988 to $172,425 per annum; comprising Salary $133,018 to $146,212 p.a. plus 17% Superannuation and Leave Loading.

Professor (Level E) $200,738 to $207,724 per annum; comprising Salary $170,411 to $176,382 p.a. plus 17% Superannuation and Leave Loading.

Position Enquiries: Professor Gregory Kolt, Dean of Science and Health, (02) 4620 3747 or email:

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Closing Date: 9 November 2015.

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