Casual Part-Time Teaching (Criminology)
School of Law
Expressions of interest sought for various casual positions
$44-$53 per hour plus 9.5% employer superannuation contributions
Due to an increase in enrolments within the Criminology degree, opportunities now exist for casual academics in the Criminology program in the School of Law at Murdoch University.
The School of Law is seeking expressions of interest from individuals to undertake duties such as tutoring, marking or otherwise assisting in the teaching of units in the Criminology degree. Suitable applicants would possess qualifications in Criminology or a related field.
We are looking for appropriately qualified or professionally experienced casual staff to tutor during day and evening time-slots and/or to assist Criminology staff in the marking of assessments or other teaching related activities such as student consultations. The role would be working closely with a unit coordinator on a designated unit or units.
Applicants need to demonstrate:
A passion for teaching and working with students
Experience in motivating and engaging students
Ability to communicate effectively with the students, academic and professional staff
Capability to work independently as well as work collaboratively with others
Tutoring or teaching experience in the field of Criminology will be highly regarded
A PhD and or experience in developing units will also be highly regarded.
Opportunities are available in the following Criminology units:
Introduction to Criminology, Criminal Behaviour, Psychology and Law, Policing and Crime Prevention, Crime through the Ages, Criminological Research Methods, Culture Diversity and Crime, Law, Justice and Social Policy, Crime Science, Corrections, Children and Crime, Transnational and International Crime.
Please submit a cover letter detailing your suitability and demonstrated experience, as well as a current resume via the Apply Online button below. Please note that visa sponsorship is not available for these positions.
Murdoch University values workplace diversity, promotes inclusion, and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, women and individuals with disability.
Position contact: Gail Wescombe, School Manager at G.Wescombe@murdoch.edu.au.
Closing date: 5 November 2018