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Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor – Communicable Disease Control and Tropical Medicine JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY AUSTRALIA Careers in the Tropics Ref. No. 14277 – Townsville The Discipline of ......
Associate Professor CAREERS AT CDU Positions still available: Associate Professor — Medical Laboratory Science Continuing full-time Research Active Academic Level D $130,414 to $142,775 Generous superannuation and employment conditions apply. WE STR......
Associate Professor/Professor – Occupational Therapy Careers in the Tropics CRICOS Provider Code: 00117J Associate Professor/Professor – Occupational Therapy Ref. No. 14268 – Townsville The appointee will lead an innovative team of Academics, provid......
Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor Careers at James Cook University James Cook University is one of Australia’s most distinctive universities with a focus on creating a brighter future for life in the tropics worldwide. The University’s internation......
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Provides expertise in academic curricula through teaching and research; facilitating student research; maintaining coaching and counseling relationship; supporting extra-curricular interests.
Keeps students informed of their progress by coaching and counseling them; advising them of academic curricula alternatives.
Participate and facilitate research by leading and assisting student research efforts; giving support and direction.
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