School of Social and Political Sciences and Melbourne School of Government
Faculty of Arts
Level D: $145,685 - $160,500 p.a.
Level E: $187,654 p.a.
Level of appointment is subject to qualifications and experience plus 17% superannuation
The School of Social and Political Sciences is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia. The School has a team of dedicated academic and professional staff in the disciplines of Political Science, Criminology, Anthropology and Development Studies, and Sociology as well as our allied research centres providing a dynamic and rewarding environment for staff and students.
The Melbourne School of Government is a whole of University interdisciplinary school bringing together expertise from Law, Arts and Business and Economics to deliver professional level education. With research expertise in public management, public policy, regulation and governance, and politics and democracy, we provide an enriching and diverse work environment. The School is an anchor institution of the Public Policy Precinct that seeks to connect the University’s wider activities to governments, regulators and industry.
The Professor/Associate Professor in Public Management and Public Policy will bring internationally recognised expertise, outstanding research and scholarship, innovative teaching methods, and exceptional engagement and outreach skills in public policy, public administration and management. The position is a joint appointment between the School of Social and Political Sciences and the Melbourne School of Government for three years with an underlying ongoing position in the School of Social and Political Sciences.
The successful applicant will join a collegial group of public policy, governance, and public management scholars and contribute more broadly to the two Schools. The incumbent will also engage with a range of external interests and partners through both Schools. The incumbent’s teaching responsibilities will include teaching and contributing to curriculum development in the Master of Public Policy and Management and Directorship of the Master of Public Administration. They will be expected to supervise research theses in the honours, postgraduate diploma, coursework masters, and research higher degree programs, make a significant contribution to the research reputation of the Schools, and participate in engagement activities on behalf the Schools and the broader university.
Close date: 10 June 2018