Free open Job in Australasia Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor
University of Melbourne – Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics
to £93,756.53 converted salary*
per annum. See advert for full details.
|Placed on:||6th April 2017|
|Closes:||23rd April 2017|
AUD95,434 – AUD113,323 p.a. (Lecturer Level B) or
AUD116,901- AUD134,792 p.a. (Senior Lecturer Level C) or
AUD140,758 – AUD155,072 p.a. (Associate Professor Level D)
Plus additional loading for holders of actuarial qualifications and 17% superannuation.
Level of appointment is subject to qualifications and experience.
Employment Type: Full-time continuing position
The Centre for Actuarial Studies at the University of Melbourne is a leading actuarial department with strong undergraduate and postgraduate programs and an outstanding group of actuaries and mathematicians producing internationally recognized research.
The Centre invites applications for the position of Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer.
The Centre is interested in applicants with the capability to publish in leading refereed journals and to provide high quality teaching and service at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate must also be in a position to engage with the actuarial profession and will hold the associateship of the Actuaries Institute or equivalent.
The Benefits: A highly attractive remuneration package will be negotiated which will reflect the University of Melbourne Salary scale and an additional actuarial loading. To view other University benefits go to: http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/working/benefits
Enquiries only to: Professor Mark Joshi, Director of the Centre for Actuarial Studies, tel. +61 3 8344 5299, email: email@example.com
Close date: 23 Apr 2017
For position information and to apply go to:
For information to assist you with compiling short statements to answer the selection criteria, please go to http://about.unimelb.edu.au/careers/search/info/selection-criteria
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* Salary has been converted at the prevailing rate on the date placed