Lecturer in Ancient Mediterranean Studies

Location

Australia
37° 43' 13.7676" S, 145° 2' 39.3" E
Deadline: 
Sunday, May 1, 2011

Full-time, continuing dual position in the Trendall Research Centre for Ancient Mediterranean Studies and the Research Centre for Greek Studies.

La Trobe University is an internationally recognised leader in tertiary education and training, with strong research and teaching programs and student exchange networks across more than 40 countries. We are committed to providing undergraduate and postgraduate teaching of the highest quality, supported by an outstanding research profile.

An exciting new opportunity has been created for a level B academic, with excellent teaching, research, and administrative skills, in the field of Ancient Mediterranean Studies. The position will be responsible for the ongoing administration of the Trendall Research Centre and will also make a major contribution to teaching and research within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Candidates with the relevant teaching and research expertise in the ancient Greek world of South Italy and Sicily are strongly encouraged to apply.

The position will be available from 1 January 2012.

Working at La Trobe University provides employees with numerous benefits and rewards including:

  • Up to 17% Employer Superannuation
  • 2010 EOWA Employer of Choice for Women
  • Family Friendly workplace policies
  • Multiple Salary Sacrificing options
  • Significant Career Development & Training Opportunities
  • Consultative & Development-centric Organisational culture
  • Access to on-campus facilities; and many more

Remuneration: $73,444 - $87,212 (plus 17% super)
Position Reference no: 50033267
Closing date: Sunday 1 May, 2011
Position Enquiries: Professor Chris Mackie, Director, Research Centre for Greek Studies, t: +61 3 9479 2418, e: c.mackie@latrobe.edu.au.

Institution or Company offering position: 
La Trobe University
Contact Name: 
Professor Chris Mackie
Telephone: 
+61 3 9479 2418