Free open Job in Australasia Lecturer in Property at University of Melbourne

Location: Parkville

The Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne seeks to appoint an outstanding academic with a passion for the field of property, its development, investment, financing and management. The successful candidate will have a teaching and research focus in land and property economics, housing economics and policy, property valuation, international property market analysis, or related disciplines. The appointee will be capable of making significant contributions both in their areas of expertise as well as in the broader property allied fields and have the desire to help build a property program of world excellence. As a multi-disciplinary Faculty, we welcome candidates who while focussing on property and allied fields can contribute to Faculty’s research strengths in the following areas:

  • Urban ‘Big Data’ – analysis and use / application of big data
  • Realising healthy environments – the design, development and delivery of facilities for well being, health and care
  • Designing and managing future cities – urban futures / resilient cities

We also encourage applicants who can contribute to ongoing built environment related policy debate nationally and internationally.

The successful candidate will have a proven capability to make a significant contribution to teaching, research and knowledge engagement in one or more areas of property in a multi-disciplinary setting. Their academic qualifications will be demonstrated through a strong record in learning, teaching, research and engagement, with an emphasis on international dissemination of research findings.

Key to this role will be the demonstrated ability to influence and stimulate the student experience through a range of learning and teaching initiatives. The successful candidate will work with Faculty colleagues to refine and enhance the student experience, developing and delivering programs and initiatives which focus on interdisciplinary approaches which take advantage of the newly emerging design culture of the Faculty.

The appointee will teach at both graduate and undergraduate levels, including into the Bachelor of Design, and will participate in the supervision of research higher degree students. The appointee will have an established research specialisation in Property, and demonstrate a high level of research performance and potential relative to the level of appointment. They will have potential to cultivate research links with other groups and disciplines on campus, and with industry and the professions nationally and internationally.

The University of Melbourne is a child safe organisation. You may be required to hold a valid Working with Children Check as a condition of employment in this role.

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