Topic ID #37527 - posted 10/21/2016 3:13 AM

Lecturer in Archaeology - James Cook University



Jennifer Palmer

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Lecturer in Archaeology


Lecturer in Archaeology
We now have an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer in Archaeology, within the Division of Tropical Environments and Societies at James Cook University (JCU). JCU is committed to creating a brighter future for life in the tropics world-wide through graduates and discoveries that make a difference. A fixed term appointment, this role is based at the Townsville campus in picturesque tropical North Queensland.
 
Our Division
The Division of Tropical Environments and Societies recognises the grand challenges facing the world today and the particular role that will be played out in the tropics. Here more than anywhere else environments and societies will see dramatic change in population growth, loss of biodiversity, and an apparent need for food production and security.
As part of the Division of Tropical Environments and Societies, the College of Arts, Society and Education promotes, fosters, supports and administers quality teaching and research at JCU in the areas of Arts, Social Sciences, Creative Arts, Education and Social Work.
 
Your Role
Reporting to the Dean, College of Arts, Society and Education, you will collaborate with archaeology and criminology colleagues to teach specific subjects offered in the archaeology and criminology majors (BA), particularly Forensic Archaeology and Hominin Evolution.  Contribute occasional lectures in core criminology subjects in the BA to introduce students to contributions that archaeologists and bio-archaeologists make to criminology.
You will be required to engage in teaching across a range of modes including face to face, online and cross campus delivery. This includes lecturing, tutoring, subject administration, student consultation, marking and moderation of assessment.
 
Culture & Benefits
JCU offers a culturally diverse working environment with opportunities for professional and personal growth as well as diverse career opportunities.  JCU prides itself on being dedicated to teaching, learning and research that is not only of high quality, but also delivers practical benefits to the peoples and industries of the region.
Generous superannuation scheme with 17% employer contributions
five weeks annual recreation leave
flexible working arrangements
attractive options for salary packaging.
 
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