- An exciting opportunity for an outstanding postgraduate who is a leading authority in their discipline with a passion for making a difference in clinical care in the frontline
- Make a significant contribution to the teaching, research and capacity building of allied health clinical researchers in WSLHD in a collaborative and supportive team environment
- 5-year full-time fixed-term contract with attractive remuneration
About the Opportunity
The Faculty of Medicine and Health (FMH), the university’s largest division, is dedicated to attracting and developing the brightest minds in health education and research to create and shape the future of health. Schools include health sciences, dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, medical sciences, and public health. We have nearly 13,000 students and our teaching and research activities are supported by over 2,200 academic and professional staff and over 3,800 affiliated scholars.
The Sydney School of Health Sciences is FMH’s largest, and we aim to nurture outstanding healthcare professionals who will be innovative leaders, bringing about the creative and collaborative change needed to improve health outcomes for all. Accredited entry-level professional courses include occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, medical imaging sciences, exercise physiology, and sports science. Our strategic direction is to build on existing success as a national and international leader in health science education and research to transform health systems and services with solutions-focused and grounded approaches. on evidence to improve health and quality of life.
We are currently seeking to nominate an outstanding senior scholar as Professor or Associate Professor of Allied Health, in partnership with the Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD). The position is part of a strategic partnership between the School of Health Sciences, WFH, and WSLHD, with the goal of improving the research capacity of allied clinical investigators and fostering the connection between institutions to support the research and education and other activities, such as student internships. The partnership is committed to improving the health of people in the Western Sydney area through evidence-based patient-centred care, sharing knowledge and skills, and preparing ready allied health professionals. to work. This position will focus on contributing to the evidence base of effective community and/or clinical allied health services. The position will also work closely with the Allied Health District Director and WSLHD Allied Health staff to build research capacity and lead and integrate research between FMH and WSLHD, and foster the development of a collegial relationship. across institutions, to support Allied Health more broadly.
About you (skills, abilities and experience)
The successful candidate will be a leading authority in their area of expertise and will have an international reputation for excellence. You will be expected to maintain your reputation by actively contributing to research and scholarship, academic debate, policy development and innovation within the University and the wider community.
The successful candidate will hold a PhD in a relevant academic field and possess in-depth knowledge and understanding of key strategic issues in the higher education sector. You will have demonstrated success in leading an academic enterprise from designing programs to producing cutting-edge research and creating a supportive environment for students. With a distinguished record of excellence in academic teaching (as evidenced by successful student achievement, demonstrated impact on student learning, recognition through awards/prizes, and innovation), the successful candidate will also have a international reputation as an authority in its discipline or area of expertise, with a supportive research profile that includes competitive research grants, publications, and evidence of recognition within the wider research community. Your experience in leadership and people management in the higher education sector will serve to demonstrate an ability to supervise and/or mentor others to success and you will be passionate about improving the delivery of health services locally by enabling quality research and the translation of research to practice by others.
The successful candidate must have established relationships with key academic, industry and/or professional institutions, partners and stakeholders, which can be leveraged to enhance the reputation of the school, faculty and university .
Duration and remuneration
Successful candidates will be offered a full-time, fixed-term position for 5 years, subject to the completion of a satisfactory trial period for new appointees.
Visa sponsorship and relocation assistance will also be provided if required.
The successful candidate will be offered an attractive remuneration package commensurate with the responsibilities of the position and the candidate’s relevant experience and qualifications.
How to register
Apps (including a CV and cover letter outlining how your skills, abilities and experience meet the job requirements) must be submitted via the link above. Please refer to the Candidate Information Brochure for more details.
Candidate Information Brochure
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For a confidential discussion about the role, or if you require reasonable accommodation or support in completing this application, please contact: Dr Mushtaq Sobhan (Senior Talent Partner, Senior Talent Acquisition, Recruitment Operations) on +61 433 556 642 or by email mushtaq. email@example.com
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This position is designated as involving work related to children. To undertake or retain this position, you must apply and obtain a Working with Children Check customs clearance in accordance with Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.
Your employment is conditional upon the completion of any required pre-employment or background checks on terms satisfactory to the University. Likewise, your continued employment is conditional on your satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary action, including termination of your employment.
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