The Research School of Management in the ANU College of Business and Economics aims to create and share management knowledge that makes a difference to organisations and society. In support of this vision the school is seeking to recruit an academic (Level B or Level C) in the field of information systems. We have a strong equal opportunity culture and female and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.
This fixed term appointment is a full-time appointment for an initial period of seven years with the option for renewal or conversion to a continuing position at the end of this period. Lecturers/Senior Lecturers are expected to work collegially with academic and professional staff to inform and shape the research and teaching agenda of the School. Lecturers/Senior Lecturers will conduct research of international standing and make active, independent contributions to undergraduate and graduate teaching. They contribute to the intellectual life of the School through seminar and other research activities. Under the broad direction of the Research School Director, the appointee will: 1. Undertake original research with a view to publishing in national and international refereed journals; present research at academic seminars, national and international conferences; and, collaborate with other academic staff both within and outside of the University. 2. Contribute to teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels as required. Teaching duties include but are not limited to course design, the preparation and delivery of seminars, lectures, workshops and tutorials, preparation of course material, marking and assessment, and consultations with students. 3. Contribute to the activities of the School, particularly within their discipline area, and participate in School governance. These contributions include, but are not limited to, program coordination and course development, the development of flexible delivery of courses, attendance and participation in academic staff meetings and seminar presentations and involvement in portfolio groups, discipline clusters and committees as required. 4. Seek and secure external funding including the preparation of research proposal submissions to external funding bodies. 5. Contribute to the supervision of students at undergraduate, honours, graduate coursework, and research levels. 6. Comply with all ANU policies and procedures and in particular those relating to work health and safety and equal opportunity. 7. Other duties as consistent with the classification level of the position 8. To adhere to and model the CBE Values and Behaviours of Excellence, Robustness, Respect, Collegiality and Unity
The successful applicant will conduct research of international standing and actively contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the School. They will have a strong work ethic, a practical approach, and be passionate about the quality of their work. The successful applicant will join a strong team of academics who publish in top international journals and hold external competitive grants. The School and College provide an excellent research environment, including low teaching load, internal grants and generous conference travel support. Skill Base: Level B A Level B Academic shall have qualifications and/or experience recognised by the institution as appropriate for the relevant discipline area. A Level B academic will undertake independent teaching and research in their discipline area. In research and/or teaching a Level B academic will make an independent contribution through professional practice and expertise and coordinate and/or lead the activities of other staff. Skill Base: Level C A Level C academic will make contributions to the teaching and research in their discipline area at the national and international level. In research and/or teaching they will make original contributions which expand knowledge or practice in their discipline. A Level C academic will normally make a strong contribution to the activities of an organisational unit or an interdisciplinary area at undergraduate, honours and postgraduate level where they will provide a significant degree of leadership. SELECTION CRITERIA: Level B academic (equivalent to an entry level Assistant Professor) 1. Completion or submission of a PhD by research relevant to the field of Information Systems. 2. Potential for high quality teaching (including preparation and delivery of lectures, tutorials and assessment) as demonstrated by good oral and written English communication skills and/or teaching evaluations. 3. Peer-reviewed publications in high quality journals in the information systems field, including potential for publication in an FT50 or ABDC A* journal, or the basket of eight Information Systems journals (https://aisnet.org/page/SeniorScholarBasket). 4. Potential to attract competitive external research funding. 5. Understanding of requirements for building strategic alliances with industry, government and other Universities. 6. Ability to supervise student research projects at the Honours and postgraduate coursework levels. 7. Appreciation of requirements for fostering and maintaining inclusive, respectful and productive working relationships with staff, students and colleagues at all levels. 8. A demonstrated understanding of WHS, equal opportunity (EO) principles and policies and a commitment to their application in a university context. Level C academic (equivalent to an advanced Assistant Professor) 1. Completion of a PhD by research relevant to the field of Information Systems. 2. Evidence of high quality teaching in a domestic and international context (including preparation and delivery of lectures, tutorials and assessment) as demonstrated by good oral and written English communication skills and excellent teaching evaluations. Evidence of capacity to deliver executive education would be viewed favourably. 3. Publications in high quality outlets in the information systems field, including publications in FT50 or ABDC A* journals, or the basket of eight Information Systems journals (https://aisnet.org/page/SeniorScholarBasket). Evidence of at least one publication based on work completed post PhD is expected. 4. Success in attracting competitive external research funding. 5. Evidence of strategic alliances with industry, government and other Universities. 6. Track record of supervising research students at the Honours, postgraduate and higher degree levels. 7. Evidence of being able to foster and maintain inclusive, respectful and productive working relationships with staff, students and colleagues at all levels. 8. A demonstrated understanding of WHS, equal opportunity (EO) principles and policies and a commitment to their application in a university context.
Classification: Academic Level B or C Salary package: Academic Level B $99,809 - $113,165 per annum plus 17% superannuation Academic Level C $119,844 - $133,202 per annum plus 17% superannuation Terms: Full time, fixed term (7 year tenure track appointment)
Canberra, ACT In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents: - A statement addressing each of the selection criteria. - A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can provide these online when prompted in the application form. - Other documents, if required. Applications that do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position. For more information please contact: Professor Ofer Zwikael, Director, Research School of Management, [email protected] Applications close: 17 May 2021 11:55:00 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time