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Current opportunities

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Digital Marketing Coordinator Hobart, Launceston
Support development, implementation and evaluation of digital marketing campaigns
Associate Lecturer/Lecturer in Law - Indigenous Fellow Hobart
A new opportunity focused on delivering teaching and research outcomes while contributing to the development and maintenance of productive and effective links with Aboriginal communities
Data Warehouse Engineer Hobart
Support the team in sourcing, transforming, modelling, and exporting a wide range of data
Associate Lecturer/Lecturer - Riawunna Centre Launceston
Support the access and success of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people in higher education.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Atlantic Salmon Performance Hobart
Are you a dynamic independent researcher with expertise in modern approaches to animal production biology research?
Executive Officer (Research Ethics) Hobart
A critical position for supporting the operational components of the UTAS research ethics framework
Technical Officer Launceston
An exciting opportunity based in the School of Health Sciences within the College of Health and Medicine
Lecturer in Biogeography and Conservation Hobart
Become a key member of the School of Geography, Planning, and Spatial Sciences, delivering high-quality teaching and learning and research
Research Fellow in Production Horticulture Launceston
Expand, develop and implement research on horticultural crops grown throughout Tasmania
Lecturer in Health and Biomedical Sciences Sydney
Undertake teaching within the School of Health Science
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Exercise Science and/or Exercise Physiology Launceston
Join the Exercise and Sports Science academic team within the School of Health Sciences
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Cradle Coast) Burnie
Strengthen connection and shared purpose across the Cradle Coast community. Lead a community of staff and students and shape a culture that is welcoming and inclusive to all
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Plant Ecology Hobart
Undertake teaching, high-quality research and academic leadership within the School of Natural Sciences’ Biological Sciences Discipline
Manager, Research Impact and Development Hobart
Build and strengthen the College’s capacity to identify, scope, manage, deliver and evaluate research that provides meaningful impact.