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Paul Treffner
10-19-1998, 03:55 PM
LECTURER IN NEUROBIOLOGY, Tenureable

School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science,
Griffith University, Gold Coast,
Australia.

The School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science invites applications
for the position of

Lecturer in Neurobiology/Neurophysiology/Neurosciences

commencing February 1999 or thereafter.

Ref: VRN HTH9561/98
Closing Date: October 30, 1998.


For further information please refer to:
http://www.gu.edu.au - "Positions"
and
http://www.nhs.gu.edu.au/exercise.htm

Key Accountabilities/Duties:
1. To deliver teaching and learning practices for the subjects
Neurobiology, and Motor Learning and Control;
2. To contribute to the research activity as defined in the School
Strategic Plan; 3. To supervise honours/postgraduate students; 4. To
contribute to the day-to-day administration of the School.

Conditions:
Salary, Superannuation:
Annual Salary $46,538 - $55,265 (Salary package including 17% employer
superannuation contribution: $54,449 to $64,660 per annum)

Selection Criteria:
Essential
1. PhD in Human Neurobiology/Neuroscience/Neurophysiology.
2. Three to five years tertiary education experience.
3. Evidence of refereed publications.
4. Evidence of grant acquisition.
5. Evidence of successful postgraduate supervision.
6. Evidence of strong teaching and learning facilitation skills.

Desirable:
7. Physiotherapy Qualification, Registerable in Queensland.

Application Process:
Applications should specifically address the selection criteria.
Additional information to be included in the application is as
follows: Position sought; Full name, address (also contact for next
three months); telephone number, email address and facsimile number if
available; Country of permanent residence; Present position and period
of notice required (if applicable); Details of education and
professional training and qualifications, including summary of
undergraduate academic record; Details of relevant professional,
consulting or industry experience; Research interests and list of
publications; Research grants awarded; A statement of the particular
contribution that the candidate would expect to be able to make to the
University if appointed to the vacant position; Any other relevant
information, such as offices held in professional bodies, community
services etc; Names, addresses, facsimile and email contact of at
least three referees to whom the University may write.

Completed applications should be forwarded to:
Ms Angela Claydon, HR Officer - Health Group, Griffith University, PMB
50, Gold Coast Mail Centre 9726. Facsimile: (07) 5594 8124 Email:
A.Claydon@mailbox.gu.edu.au

Applications should include an original and four (4) copies. Late
applications will be considered at the discretion of the Selection
Committee.

Further Information:
Before submitting an application, applicants should refer to all
additional information listed on this page and related documents
regarding conditions of employment and information about the
University.

Ms Angela Claydon
HR Officer - Health Group, Griffith University,
Phone: (07) 5504 8907
Fax: (07) 5594 8124
Email: a.claydon@mailbox.gu.edu.au

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