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Established in 1989 as a multi-campus institution, over the past 25 years Charles Sturt University, has grown into a dynamic and progressive university well-known for its innovative approach to education and applied research.
Our Australian campuses at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Canberra, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga, as well as study locations at Parramatta, Goulburn and Wangaratta, provide local access to higher education across New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and Victoria.
Our capacity for flexible delivery and international reputation for online learning provide access to educational opportunity throughout Australia and the world. As a national University, Charles Sturt attracts more than 9,600 on campus and 24,000 distance education students.
To address our commitment to making a positive contribution to the wider Australian community and to participating in the internationalisation of higher education, we deliver educational opportunities to more than 6,000 students around the globe, with more than 2,300 students at CSU Study Centres in Sydney and Melbourne.
Through our network of campuses, and in close association with industry, professions and government we are committed to maintaining a course and research profile to meet the needs and supports the aspirations of our communities, and contribute to the enrichment of inland Australia.
The University's four faculties (Arts, Business, Education and Science) comprise a number of schools and centres. Faculties operate across campuses and are responsible for developing and delivering courses, while schools are generally based on a single campus and carry responsibility for teaching subjects. Administrative and academic support services are provided by the divisions, centres and offices, which operate across the University's campuses.
The University's regional locations enables it to make a distinctive national and international contribution in such fields as health sciences, food and water security, environmental sustainability and economic prosperity.
Research is conducted through institutes and centres located across the University‘s campuses. We host the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics which is an Australian Research Council (ARC) Special Research Centre and is a partner in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Policing and Security.
Our four Centres of Research Excellence (Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics; the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation; the Institute for Land, Water and Society and the Research Institute for Professional Practice Learning and Education complement the Strategic Research Centres ( National Wine and Grape Industry Centre; Centre for Research in Complex Systems; Centre for Public and Contextual Theology).
We believe the curiosity, passion, skills, experience and ideas our employees bring to the workplace every day are integral to achieving our vision of growing communities through education and research.
Our employees not only enjoy professional development opportunities, flexible work arrangements, competitive salaries and excellent superannuation but have the benefit of a more relaxed regional lifestyle.
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We are seeking a biostatistician to support an NHMRC funded program grant under Professor Nick Buckley in the Discipline of Pharmacology. The program aims to address research gaps in key human toxicology issues and ensure rapid translation of these results into practice and regulation. You will pr
To be successful in this role you will have demonstrated previous experience in a counselling and or medical service reception role as well as knowledge in the use of practice management software, including billing.
As a Swinburne staff member you will have access to many benefits such as career development opportunities including 50% study reduction and staff and management development programs. You will receive up to 17% employer contributions (pension) and various voluntary salary packaging options.
Applicants who can contribute to the School’s academic programs, and drive research developments in these and other areas are encouraged to apply. Sound experience in teaching into undergraduate nursing programs will be well regarded.
They have substantial involvement in the development of their discipline/field, both nationally and internationally, having made a clear and formative impact, which is recognised and acknowledged as significant by national and international leaders in the discipline/field.
Fixed term contract for 4 months
Convenient CBD location
The School of Vocational Engineering, Health & Sciences is recognised as a leading provider of programs in Engineering, Health, Science & Technology from Certificate III to Associate Degree level. Sessional teaching positions a
Building on its history of academic excellence, the University is preparing to deliver a reinvigorated education proposition that is second to none in Australia. To do this we require imaginative, dynamic and skilled people.
We are seeking a resourceful, hands-on and motivated individual to be a part of the growth of the WIL offerings for the School of Business and Law. This role is responsible for the effective planning, coordination, administration and support of professional placements in the School.
We believe that investing in dedicated people and their ideas will make tomorrow better. With this in mind, the Remote Sensing and Satellite Research Group is offering a Research Associate position across two disciplinary areas - bio-optics and ocean colour.
In this role you will provide a high level of administrative support and student liaison services and undertake a range of duties as specified by the Dean of School. If this sounds like the exciting opportunity you have been waiting for, apply today!
The Clinical Dentist PlacementCoordinator plays a critical role within the College of Medicine and Dentistry. This is a full time position located in Cairns and is offered on a full time permanent basis.
The Senior Information Technologist will play a key role in developing software and providing support and expertise to the team working on specific Information Technology crucial to the University’s student, teaching, research and administration functions.
The Information Technologist will support the University’s complex voice and data network environment. They will work together with other ICT staff across the University on projects and daily routine tasks which either rely or impact on the network.