Two continuing teaching and research positions as Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mathematics are available. At least one of these appointments will be made in applied mathematics.
The University of Queensland is the leading provider of tertiary mathematics education in Queensland and is recognised nationally and internationally for its research programs across a broad area of mathematics and statistics. The School of Mathematics and Physics hosts several research centres and is an active partner in a number of multidisciplinary research groups both within and external to the University. Our staff are recognised internationally for their active and dynamic research programs across a wide range of areas in mathematics.
We are seeking two motivated mathematicians who are interested in joining our School.
At least one of the appointments will be made in applied mathematics, and we are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in mathematical modelling and/or computational mathematics.
The successful appointee will be expected to take an active role in the research efforts of the School. This includes frequent publication in high quality journals, participation in and organizing of conferences, international and interdisciplinary collaboration, and attracting competitive research funding. The appointee will be expected to teach from a selection of undergraduate and postgraduate mathematics courses, ranging from large first year courses to specialised graduate courses. Other teaching duties include postgraduate supervision and curriculum development. The selected candidate will be expected to raise further the University’s strong international profile in mathematics, and to attract postgraduate students and postdoctoral researchers to the University
Outstanding applicants in any area of mathematics are encouraged to apply. As noted above, at least one of the appointments will be made in applied mathematics, and the School is particularly interested in applicants with a strong research record in the mathematical modeling and or computation.
Applicants must have a strong international research record, relative to opportunity. Also, they must have a genuine commitment to mathematics teaching and curriculum development. The applicants must have a strong international research record, relative to opportunity. Also, they must have a genuine commitment to mathematics teaching and curriculum development, and be an advocate of mathematics within the University and in the broader community. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate how their research interests mesh with our existing strengths.
The appointment will be made on a full-time, continuing basis at Academic level B or C (depending on experience and qualifications).
The remuneration package of an Academic Level B appointment will be in the range of $83,904 - $99,635 p.a., plus employer superannuation contributions of up to 17% (total package will be in the range of $98,167 - $116,572 p.a.).
The remuneration package of an Academic Level C appointment will be in the range of $102,782 - $118,513 p.a., plus employer superannuation contributions of up to 17% (total package will be in the range of $120,025 - $138,660 p.a.).
To discuss this role please contact Professor Joseph Grotowski +61 7 3365 3260 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To submit an application for this role, use the link below. All applicants must supply the following documents: Cover letter, Resume and Selection Criteria responses.