Employer: Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, University of Melbourne
Job location: Parkville
The successful applicant will become part of the academic team within the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, in the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Arts. They will contribute to teaching by delivering conservation teaching programs focusing, in the first two years, on the treatment-focused subjects delivered as part of the Centre’s Masters by Coursework in Cultural Materials Conservation, and to the Specialist Certificate professional programs.
With well-demonstrated expertise in research, they will deliver strong and effective outcomes in their areas of research focus. These outcomes will include publication and nationally-competitive grant applications. The applicant will contribute to research training through supervision of RHD candidates and Masters’ Minor Thesis students in the Grimwade Centre.
As the opportunity arises, and within their area of expertise, they will be mentored to undertake and provide consultancy advice to clients of the Centre’s Conservation Consultancy Services, to contribute to the philanthropic partnerships that the Centre builds and nurtures, and to build opportunities for HERD category 2 and 3 income. The Associate Lecturer will receive ongoing mentoring in all aspects of an academic career.