[Asis-l] Information Behaviour vacancy in Sydney, Australia

Sue Burgess Sue.Burgess at uts.edu.au
Fri Nov 1 02:10:17 EST 2002

Dear All
Could you please draw this vacancy in information behaviour to anyone who 
you think might be interested/suitable. The closing date is 29 November 
2003.  We are very keen to attract a high quality field of 
applicants.  Many thanks.

                 LECTURER (tenure track), INFORMATION PROGRAM
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney

The Department of Media Arts, Communication and Information invites 
applications from people with teaching and research interests in the area 
of Information Behaviour, who can also contribute to the teaching in one 
other area e.g. social informatics or research methods. The position is 
available from February 2003. Candidates must have a PhD (or near 
completion) in information science or a related discipline.

The Information Program Area is one of Australia's leading providers of 
innovative courses in information and knowledge management at 
undergraduate, post-graduate diploma, masters and doctoral levels.

You will complement the Program's existing strengths in information and 
knowledge management.
Salary range: $54,946 to $65,234 pa. (to mid-level only).The University 
offers a wide-ranging salary packaging scheme to all staff plus an 
attractive superannuation package.
Application procedure: Obtain the selection criteria by clicking on 
http://www.uts.edu.au/div/hru/employ/academic_vacancies.html or by 
telephoning + 61 2 9514 1087. If you then require further information 
contact Jan Houghton on +61 2 9514 2743
Closing date: 29 November 2003.

Sue Burgess
Information Program Coordinator
Department of Media Arts, Communication and Information
University of Technology, Sydney
ph:  +61 2 9514 2712
Fax: +61 2 9514 2723

UTS CRICOS Provider Code:  00099F

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