James Cook University (JCU) is a SAGE Athena SWAN member and we are committed to creating an inclusive workplace. Be part of our journey to improve the representation of women in STEM disciplines as we are seeking women and non-binary applicants for the role of Lecturer, Geology to join the College of Science and Engineering on a full time and continuing basis (Academic Level B $94,056 - $110,981 plus 17% superannuation).
What you can accomplish in the role
The Lecturer, Geology (Igneous Petrology and Critical Resources) undertakes teaching and research within the Geoscience Discipline, in addition to providing administrative, outreach and marketing services for the Earth and Environmental Sciences academic Group and the university.
In particular, we are seeking applicants who are willing to champion the role of women in this discipline and in STEM more broadly.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate the ambition to develop a strategic research portfolio in critical resources, particularly in elements or minerals crucial in transitioning to renewable and green energy solutions, in addition to established strong analytical capabilities in petrology.
The successful applicant will also be required to establish a track record of research publication, attracting research funding, supervision of students and teaching into relevant disciplines within Geology and Environmental Earth Science are also inherent to this position.
Why JCU is right for you
JCU is playing a key role in contributing to a brighter future for life in the tropics worldwide. The University is a global leader in research of relevance to the tropics and is ranked among the top four percent of higher education institutions in the world.
With approximately 20,000 students, we pride ourselves in being human scale . Life in tropical north Queensland brings many rewarding experiences, including easy access to the World Heritage areas of the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics rainforest.
We are very fortunate that these wonderful locations are also outstanding learning and research sites, which our students and researchers are able to access and explore easily.