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A/prof Glen Davis
02-17-1997, 09:32 AM
Below is the FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT for a Associate Lecturer/Lecturer/Senior
Lecturer within the Rehabilitation Research Centre at the University of
Sydney, Australia.

To individuals who have previously expressed interest via E-mail in this
appointment, or to all who might wish to apply, please note that the final
date for receipt of applications in MARCH 1, 1997

Please contact Associate Professor Glen Davis if you are interested. My
E-Mail address is in the signature lines at the end of this document. Thank
You
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Rehabilitation Research Centre
Associate Lecturer/Lecturer/Senior Lecturer
3 Year Contract
Reference No. CC97/10

The Rehabilitation Research Centre is an emerging multi-discliplinary
centre within the Faculty of Health Sciences with close links to medicine,
allied health sciences and biomedical engineering. Key objectives for the
Rehabilitation Research Centre include increasing research productivity,
publication and scholarship in the area of rehabilitation, providing a
stimulating research environment to attract Postgraduate students to the
Centre and strengthening relationships between the Rehabilitation Research
Centre and other clinically and research orientated institutions.

An Associate Lecturer/Lecturer/Senior Lecturer is sought to add to the
Centre s research profile and to provide supervisory input to postgraduate
students enrolled in the Centre via the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Increasingly, research students from non-traditional rehabilitation
disciplines (eg. human movement studies, biomedical engineering and
exercise sciences) are choosing to pursue scientific studies in
multi-discliplinary outcomes following rehabilitation of individuals with
chronic disease and disability. The successful candidate will collaborate
on some of the Centre s existing research projects, but there is a strong
expectation that the candidate will undertake new directions of
rehabilitation research with the potential to attract external research
funds and post-graduate students in his/her field of interest. Interacting
with a larger group of doctors, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists,
occupational therapists, and biomedical engineers is possible via the
Centre s close links to hospitals within Sydney and at the main campus of
the University.

Essential: The successful applicant must have post-graduate qualifications
at the PhD level (for Senior Lecturer appointment) or demonstration of
attaining a PhD within the probationary period (for Associate Lecturer or
Lecturer appointment; PhD conferred within 6-months from initial date
employment). A strong research background in one or more of the following
areas must be demonstrated:
o rehabilitation of children with chronic disease or disability
o rehabilitation of asyptomatic elderly adults or elderly adults with
age-related disease or disability
o multi-discliplinary rehabilitation outcomes after exercise
conditioning in diseased or disabled populations
o multi-discliplinary rehabilitation outcomes after exercise
conditioning in a rural/agricultural environment
o biomedical engineering or clinical biomechanics research related to
daily functional tasks in populations with chronic disease or disability
A record of publication international refereed journals, as well as
capacity to attract external research grants (for Associate
Lecturer/Lecturer appointment) or demonstrated track record in successful
competitive external research grants acquisition (Senior Lecturer
appointment) are essential criteria. For the appointment to Senior Lecturer
there must be demonstration of successful supervision of post-graduate
research students.

Desirable: A solid background in rehabilitation research with undergraduate
qualifications in medicine, clinical psychology, physiotherapy,
occupational therapy or a similar allied health sciences discipline are
desirable criteria. Demonstration of successful supervision of
post-graduate research students is an asset. A previous background in
exercise conditioning as rehabilitation for individuals with disease or
disability and good knowledge of statistical data analysis techniques
related to small sample research studies are desirable criteria.

Period of Employment: The appointment is for 3 years with the possibility
of a further offer of up to 3 years subject to need and the availability of
funding. The position is available from early April, 1997.

Enquiries and Further Information: Associate Professor Glen M Davis,
Director of the Rehabilitation Research Centre ( (02) 9351-9466, Fax (02)
9351-9977 or E-mail G.Davis@cchs.usyd.edu.au. A mission statement about the
Rehabilitation Research Centre outlining its broad research and educational
objectives can be browsed at http://www.cchs.usyd.edu.au/Academic/RRC/.

Salary: Associate Lecturer (Level A) $30,130 range $40,889 pa
Lecturer (Level B) $43,042 range $51,113 pa
Senior Lecturer (Level C) $52,726 range $60,797 pa

Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of
employment for all new employees.

How to Apply: For Reference No. CC Applications should include (academic
qualifications and copies of academic transcripts, refereed publications,
invited presentations, awards, teaching experience and achievements,
research grants awarded) Reference No., curriculum vitae, list of
publications and the names, addresses phone and fax numbers of three
confidential referees to: Head, Personnel Services Division, Faculty of
Health Sciences, The University of Sydney, PO Box 170, Lidcombe NSW 2141
Australia.

Equal employment opportunity and no smoking in the workplace are University
policies. The University reserves the right no to proceed with any
appointment for financial or other reasons.

Closing date: March 1, 1997