- Understand the social, cultural & political dimensions of human interactions with the Antarctic
- Strengthen the University's international reputation for excellence in Antarctic research
- Newly created roles with excellent benefits & opportunities for career growth
The University of Tasmania has a long history of high-profile Antarctic and Southern Ocean research, focused primarily in its Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS). Our current work is complementing this strength by building expertise across all of the Colleges in the University, to extend and work together with IMAS research groups. The College of Arts, Law and Education is currently investing significantly in humanities and social science research related to the Antarctic and Southern Ocean, building on existing strengths in law, humanities, creative arts and tourism studies. This investment is part of a larger initiative across the university to purposefully integrate humanities and social science research with scientific approaches to address the challenges facing the region.
To help us deliver on this initiative, we are pleased to announce that multiple vacancies are now opened for applications. We are seeking specialists in geopolitics, environmental history and environmental communications to join our interdisciplinary team in the College of Arts, Law and Education as part of the University of Tasmania’s world-leading commitment to scholarly and policy work on the future of the Antarctic and Southern Ocean region.
- Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor of Antarctic Geopolitics - Academic Level B, C or D
- Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Environmental History – Academic Level B, C or D
- Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor of Environmental Communication – Academic Level C or D
How to Apply?
If this role is of interest, we look forward to hearing from you.
For instructions on how to apply, please review the candidate brochure.
- your up-to-date resume;
- a two-page cover letter outlining which role you are applying for, your motivation for the role and how your skills and experience align;
- your responses to the success criteria from the Position Description outlined in the Candidate Brochure.
ASMOI Recruitment Brochure December 2023.pdf
Applications close 15th March 2024
For further information, please contact:
Antarctic Geopolitics, School of Social Sciences
For further information on this position, contact: Professor Elizabeth Leane E: Elizabeth.Leane@utas.edu.au T: 61 3 6226 2894
Environmental Communication, School of Creative Arts and Media
For further information on this position, contact: Professor Alana Mann. E: Alana.Mann@utas.edu.au T: 61 408 234 393
Environmental History, School of Humanities
For further information on this position, contact: Associate Professor Emmett Stinson E: Emmett.Stinson@utas.edu.au T: 61 3 6226 1763
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