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[ecrea] Lecturer in Public Relations Murdoch University

Mon Nov 11 20:25:59 GMT 2013

Lecturer in Public Relations

•Continuous Lectureship position
•$100k – $119k including employer superannuation contributions of 17% and an opportunity to salary package

Murdoch is a University striving to make a difference to the way we live, think and understand each other and the world around us. Many of our areas of expertise have global implications, including climate change, food security and production, infectious diseases, veterinary and medical science, mental health, politics and governance.

With a leadership team led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Richard Higgott and three internationally respected Deputy Vice Chancellors, Murdoch has gone ‘back to the future’ to re-establish its heritage of research excellence and research-informed teaching. We have embarked upon a bold restructure which will allow the University to achieve and surpass its ambitious aims across research, teaching and learning and engagement. With a focus on equipping graduates with both high scholarly and ‘real world’ experience, Murdoch has invested in state-of-the-art learning facilities for both teaching and research.

The School of Arts is one of Murdoch University’s most diverse schools offering a broad range of courses in creative arts, media and communication, social sciences and humanities at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Partnering in three separate countries, our curriculum is international in its outlook and, because we are a research university, our academic staff bring their latest research to the classroom. We are home to approximately 150 PhD students, who are researching on exciting and important topics relevant to the Australian community and to the rest of the world.

The School is now seeking a Lecturer in Public Relations. Applications are invited from candidates with an outstanding teaching portfolio, relevant professional experience and a track record in industry engagement. As Murdoch is a research-intensive university, candidates must have a proven record of research in the field and should hold a PhD, or have made substantial progress towards one.

To Apply
For further information about this position, please contact Mrs Renae Desai, on (08) 9360 6202, from overseas (+61) 8 9360 6202 or email (r.desai /at/

Application procedures and a position description with detailed selection criteria is available from the Murdoch University web site

All applicants should address the selection criteria within their application. Please send applications to (recruitment /at/

Closing date: Friday 29th November 2013

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