Professor / Associate Professor - Clinical Psychology

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Continuing, full time appointment
Research Active Academic Level D/E Salary - $154,069 – $185,411 pa
Plus 17% superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave
Casuarina Campus, Darwin

Build the teaching and research profile of the Master of Psychology (Clinical) within the Faculty of Health.

About the Position
The Professor / Associate Professor Clinical Psychology is a senior position, within Faculty of Health, it requires the successful applicant to have vision and energy to contribute fully through teaching (including development and review of units, unit coordination), learning, scholarship and research across jurisdictional, national and international contexts. 


The purpose of this role is to provide leadership and foster excellence in research, supervision and teaching in Psychology and Clinical Psychology within the program team and broadly across allied health and the Faculty of Health. The position will drive forward engagement and impact in research, teaching and community engagement in the development of Psychology at Charles Darwin University. 


Building the teaching and research profile of psychology across all areas, making a significant contribution to ongoing quality improvements all programs through the development of new and innovative units and courses to meet professional training needs across both the territory and Australia more broadly. The position will contribute to the discipline at both the Territory and national level, which may include playing a significant role within the profession, and industry group. In scholarship and teaching, the role will foster excellence and make original contributions, which expand knowledge or practice in the discipline. 


About You
To be successful, you will require:

  • A Ph.D. qualification in Psychology, with a post-graduate qualification in psychology and AHPRA registration and endorsement by the Psychologists Board of Australia as a Clinical Psychologist.
  • Psychology Board of Australia approved supervisor or willingness to undertake board approved supervisor training. 
  • Demonstrated experience and achievement in accreditation (internal and external) of courses and knowledge of the APAC accreditation standards relevant to all levels of education.  
  • Significant clinical experience in the delivery of clinical psychological services including experience working with children and adolescents, older Australians or Aboriginal people.
  • Demonstrated competency in research with an established research profile in relevant discipline including evidence of major original and innovative research activity and outcomes, such as publications, external grants or consultancies in the field at national level and experience in Ph.D. supervision.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in the development of appropriate programs.
  • Experience and ability to lead work in relation to course accreditation, course coordination through a deep understanding of accreditation requirements and supported by strong connections with, and contributions to, professional bodies within psychology. 
  • Excellent professional leadership and teamwork performance including high level communication skills, including oral, written, information communication technology (ICT) and interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to represent the university at a range of forums, and to liaise, communicate, negotiate, and collaborate with clients, stakeholders and partners, to deliver a valued service and achieve agreed outcomes.
  • Ability to contribute to and lead the development of units/courses and student resources in response to reflective practice and application of scholarship (including for online and face to face teaching) and within the context and requirements of a quality education provider. 
  • Demonstrated ability to represent the University at a range of forums, and to liaise, communicate, negotiate, and collaborate with clients, stakeholders, and partners, to deliver a valued service and achieve agreed outcomes.

Additional requirements at Level E: 

  • International recognition in research.
  • Evidence of excellence in course development, community engagement and research leadership.
  • Expertise in the development of units/courses and student resources in response to reflective practice and application of scholarship within the context and requirements of a quality education provider. 


To view the responsibilities of the role, please click on the: Position Profile.

Remuneration 
Appointment to this role will be at Research Active Academic Level D/E. The base salary will be in the range of $154,069 – $185,411 per annum. The total remuneration package will be in the range of $180,260 - $216,930 per annum, including 17% superannuation.

What’s in it for you?

  • An employer who values your contribution to building a bigger, better and stronger University
  • Work with a University committed to changing people’s lives for the better through training, education and research
  • Opportunities for professional development, paid study and career progression
  • An enviable lifestyle in the spectacular Northern Territory 
  • 17% superannuation 
  • Up to six weeks of paid annual leave 
  • Up to 26 weeks of paid parental leave (primary care giver), in addition to government payments (eligibility criteria apply)
  • Recognition of prior service with another Australian university / NT Government for Long Service Leave (recognition applied to qualifying period only)
  • Ability to negotiate transfer of leave entitlements under the Public Employment (Mobility) Act 1989
  • Free on-campus parking in designated areas 
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Salary Packaging opportunities

How to Apply
All applications must be received online via the ‘apply’ button and should include your resume and a cover letter outlining your interest in the role and relevant skills and experience.

For a confidential discussion about the position please contact Nicole O’Reilly on 08 8946 6471 or email nicole.oreilly@cdu.edu.au    

Adjustments can be made throughout the application and selection process, as well as during employment to support applicants and employees with disability. CDU’s Workplace Adjustment Policy and Procedure can be found at https://policies.cdu.edu.au/view-current.php?id=191&version=1. If you would like to discuss adjustments, please contact the People Services Team on 08 8946 7154 or email peopleservices@cdu.edu.au.

Diversity and Inclusion
At CDU we actively celebrate our diversity. We innovate, embrace new ideas, and act with courage and kindness. We’re about what we can give to the world rather than what we take, and we believe in the transformative power of education. We work hard to make sure every member of our University community feels they truly belong. Understanding that it is through our focus on our people and leveraging our differences that will make CDU the most connected University in Australia, we are striving to ensure that our culture and our community are inclusive of all our staff, students, and visitors. We are committed to maintaining a culture where everyone feels respected, safe, encouraged to speak up and supported in achieving their professional goals. Applications from First Nations people, women at all levels, culturally and racially marginalised people, people with disability, neurotypical and neurodiverse people, LGBTQIA+ people, people with family and caring responsibilities and people at all stages of their careers are welcomed.
 
You make CDU. And we want you to be exactly who you are.  


Applications Close: Friday 31st July 2024

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