Lecturer in Architectural Engineering/ Digital Construction
Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
Permanent/Continuing full-time appointment
Level B: $100,306 – $115,840 + 17% superannuation
The University of Wollongong was rated NSW’s leading public university for undergraduate student experience in the 2021 Good Universities Guide. The School of Civil, Mining and Environmental Engineering, which is one of the top Engineering Schools in Australia, is committed to research and teaching excellence through its world-class undergraduate and postgraduate programs in a range of exciting technological areas.
The position of Lecturer in Architectural Engineering will play a key role in (i) strengthening the research and teaching of the School of Civil, Mining and Environmental Engineering in the field of Architectural Engineering, (ii) enhancing the reputation and research capability of UOW in this field, and (iii) increasing the perceived value of the discipline in the professional community.
This position will teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in areas of core Architectural Engineering such as, but not limited to, Building Information Modelling, Architectural Engineering, Architectural Design of Sustainable Buildings, and Digital Construction Management. This position will contribute to the teaching and research excellence of the School in the promotion of the Architectural engineering discipline.
You will be prompted to respond to a selection criteria questionnaire as part of the application process. For further information about this position, please contact Associate Professor Neaz Sheikh at firstname.lastname@example.org and Phone or on + 61 2 4221 3009.
Closing Date: 13 June 2021, 11:59PM
As women are underrepresented in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, women are strongly encouraged to apply. UOW is very committed to supporting diversity and gender balance.
The University of Wollongong is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. As an equal opportunity employer, we celebrate diversity and inclusion, and believe gender equality is fundamental to achieving our goal of being in the top 1%. The University seeks to increase the representation of women in the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) to address gender imbalance. As a recognised leader in gender equality, we offer professional development programs and promote a healthy work life balance.