Opportunity in the Faculty of Health Science, Youth & Community Studies (HSYCS) at Holmesglen
At Holmesglen’s Faculty of Health Science, Youth & Community Studies (HSYCS), we offer a dynamic and supportive teaching environment, fostering innovation and growth. With strong professional links and partnerships in the health and community services sector, we provide generous professional development opportunities for our staff.
Currently, we are searching for an exceptional individual to lead our higher education nursing programs and spearhead research at a national and international level. As a seasoned educational professional, leader, and researcher, you will possess the theoretical, educational, and operational knowledge necessary to support our educational and business objectives. Your ability to inspire and engage our student community will be key to your success.
Additionally, you will have the capacity to cultivate effective relationships and partnerships with industry, universities, professional bodies, and the wider community. Your skills in implementing and evaluating contemporary, evidence-based educational methods will be crucial.
What’s in it for you? You will have the opportunity to shape the future generation of nurses and lead high-quality research aligned with our strategic goals. Collaborate in efforts that positively impact individuals in the local, national, and global communities. Also, you will benefit from guidance provided by experienced academics, paving the way for your academic journey and future achievements.
As for the details: this is a full-time position located at our Moorabbin campus. The salary will range from $158,284 to $174,373 per annum pro rata, with an additional 11% superannuation and annual leave loading. A Working with Children Check and Police Check are required for this role. A six-month qualifying period applies to the ongoing contract of employment.
To be considered, you should have expertise in effectively managing and strategically leading an academic teaching department in a large education institution, including financial responsibility. Your ability to lead and manage change, develop and maintain industry relationships and partnerships, as well as implement and evaluate educational programs in the higher education context is crucial. A PhD/Professional Doctorate, relevant post-graduate qualification in nursing or a related area, and current Nursing Registration with Ahpra are also necessary.
At Holmesglen, we are a leading education provider known for innovation in education, training, research, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Our commitment to excellence shines through our practical approach to education and preparing work-ready nurses. We offer world-class facilities, including the Holmesglen Simulation Centre, which provide an ideal setting for innovation in nursing education and professional practice.
As an employer, we prioritize the well-being and development of our staff. You can expect access to our Employee Assistance Program, wellbeing programs, professional and career development opportunities, onsite parking, and proximity to public transport. We also offer 14 weeks of paid parental leave and flexibility to achieve work-life balance.
Holmesglen is committed to providing a safe and flexible workplace for all employees and has implemented systems and support in this regard. We are also an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to attracting, retaining, and developing a diverse workforce. We encourage individuals from all backgrounds and identities to apply, including those from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.
To apply, please submit a Resume and Cover Letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria found in the position description provided. Incomplete applications may not be considered. The application deadline is 9:00 am on Monday, 2 October 2023.
If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Dr. Gabrielle Koutoukidis at 9209 5503 or [email protected] For application queries, please reach out to [email protected] Should you need specific support during the application process, please contact our Human Resources Department at 03 9564 2676, and we will work with you to provide appropriate assistance
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