EMCA Job Curtin U 2019

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CURTIN2019
Type Job
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates 2019/02/26 - 2019/03/18
Link https://applynow.net.au/jobs/ni/CURTIN552-research-fellow-linguistic-analysis
Address Curtin University, Perth, Australia
Geolocation -32° 0' 22", 115° 53' 40"
Abstract due
Submission deadline 2019/03/18
Final version due
Notification date
Tweet 2 year full time Research Fellow in Linguistic Analysis @CurtinUni in Perth, Western Australia, would suit #EMCA scholar, especially someone used to working on healthcare interaction & emergency calls
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EMCA Job Curtin U 2019:


Details:


  • 24 month fixed term, full time
  • $98,059 - $116,369 (ALB) plus 17% Superannuation

Curtin University is ranked in the top 1% universities worldwide (ARWU 2018 and QS World University Rankings 2019), and is placed 20th in the world for universities less than 50 years old (QS Top 50 Under 50 2019). Curtin is WA’s most preferred university, with highly engaged industry-facing partners. A major global player, with well-integrated campuses in Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius and Dubai.

Your new team

The Prehospital, Resuscitation and Emergency Care Research Unit (PRECRU) is based in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin University. It is a collaborative research endeavour with St John Ambulance (Western Australia). PRECRU is made up of a team of researchers, under the direction of Professor Judith Finn, who have come together to promote and conduct clinical research to improve outcomes for prehospital, resuscitation and emergency care patients.

For more information visit: https://healthsciences.curtin.edu.au/health-sciences-research/research-institutes-centres/precru/

Your new role

We have an exciting opportunity for an exceptional linguist or social researcher to conduct nationally competitive research, contributing to the NHMRC funded Centre of Research Excellence in Prehospital Emergency Care (PEC-ANZ).

Your role will involve:

  • Applying your linguistic / conversational analysis skills and knowledge, to conduct research on incoming emergency calls to St John Ambulance.
  • Developing a coherent program of research.
  • Disseminating research findings through seminars, workshops and conferences, and publishing findings in high quality refereed journals.
  • Providing effective supervision of research honours, research masters and research doctoral students.

You will bring to the role

  • A doctoral qualification in a relevant discipline
  • Evidence of research outputs in high quality refereed journals, resulting in journal ranking, citation indices, and independent review from distinguished scholars.
  • Demonstrated high level communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with students and staff with cross-cultural sensitivity.
  • Demonstrated commitment to applying policies, procedures and legislation, as well as maintaining data security and confidentiality.
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise HDR students (desirable).

A history of successful competitive grant applications (desirable).

What we offer you

The Faculty of Health Sciences offers exciting career paths and trajectories including:

  • Conducting innovative work that will make real-world differences.
  • Interactions with and learnings from industry, government and academic partners.
  • For details of Curtin’s employee benefits please visit https://about.curtin.edu.au/jobs/

What we need from you

Please send us through a curriculum vitae, and cover letter. In addition, you are encouraged to respond specifically to the selection criteria listed above in the ‘You will bring to the role’ section. Please keep your response to criteria to less than 4 pages.

Applications close: 5 pm, Monday 18th March 2019