Job No: 494688
Area: Faculty of Science
Salary (FTE): Professional Level C4-Cas ($65,995.02 – $70,299.52)
Work type: Casual
Location: St Lucia, Queensland, Australia
Geography, Planning and Environmental Management
The School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management is one of the
largest Schools of this type in Australia with 37 full-time academic staff who
are widely published internationally and have extensive research backgrounds.
It is a vibrant, multidisciplinary School with extensive teaching and research
programs. The School has a strong international research profile with active
Research Centres across its fields of expertise.
The successful appointee will assist in implementing a teaching
project on 'Developing Innovative Teaching Materials in Blackboard for
Sustainable Consumption and Production, and Industrial Ecology and Life Cycle
Assessment'. In alignment with the call for climate change
mitigation and pursuing circular, sound material-cycle economy, the
responsibilities of the successful applicant include:
1. To develop innovative teaching and learning materials in line with flipped classroom strategies;
2. To create a one-stop Blackboard in support of learning the principles and concepts of Industrial Ecology, Circular Economy, Life Cycle Assessment, Sustainable Production and Consumption.
The person must have excellent skills in searching and locating relevant
materials in the internet, finding appropriate textbook and reference
materials, searching for free academic software in the internet, familiar in
using social media (i.e YouTube), uploading developed materials in Blackboard
and scanning materials.
This is a casual appointment for 60 hours at HEW 4 Level 1. The remuneration
package will be $34.89/hr.
To discuss this role, please contact Dr. Anthony Halog at email@example.com
To submit an application for this role, use the Apply button on this page. All applicants must supply the following documents: Cover letter, Resume and Selection Criteria responses.
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Application closing date: 3 Jun 2013 11:55 pm Eastern Australia Standard Time