[unav_all] Lecturer in Spatial Sciences (terrestrial or airborne laser scanning, photogrammetry, cadastral systems and/or Building Information Modelling)
matt.king at utas.edu.au
Tue Jan 29 21:11:20 MST 2019
Applications close Feb 11 Eastern Australian Summer Time.
The Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences (GSS) at University of Tasmania are seeking a Lecturer in Spatial Sciences to join our team during mid 2019. The new appointment will be supported to engage in building future strength in one or more of the following sub-discipline areas: terrestrial or airborne laser scanning, photogrammetry, cadastral systems and/or Building Information Modelling (BIM).
The Surveying and Spatial Sciences group is the top-ranked research group in Australia. We teach undergraduate and postgraduate surveying and spatial sciences degrees, and supervise research higher degree students, and engage with the public, industry and government. GSS resides within the School of Technology, Environments and Design, offering exciting collaborative opportunities with colleagues in ICT and Architecture and Design.
Appointment to this role will be at Academic Level B (~ tenure track Assistant Professor) and will have a total remuneration package of up to $130,572 comprising base salary within the range of $93,711 to $111,600 plus 17% superannuation.
You will be employed on an ongoing full-time basis.
To be considered, you will have:
* A PhD or equivalent in Spatial Sciences, Surveying or a closely-related field.
* A good record of, and continuing commitment to, research that has achieved national or international recognition and made worthwhile contributions, demonstrated by a record of quality publications, in disciplinary areas that include one or more of photogrammetry, terrestrial or airborne laser scanning, 3D object modelling, building information systems or cadastral systems.
* Demonstrated capacity to deliver university-level teaching and learning in disciplinary areas that include one or more of photogrammetry, terrestrial or airborne laser scanning, data modelling, building information systems, surveying and/or cadastral systems.
* A demonstrated capacity to build and maintain effective and productive relationships with the discipline, profession, industry and wider community.
* Demonstrated track record of effectively working as part of a team.
Full information and application information may be found at:
For further information about this position please contact Matt King, Head of Geography and Spatial Sciences, Matt.King at utas.edu.au<mailto:Matt.King at utas.edu.au> / +61 3 6226 1974, or sub-discipline coordinator Christopher Watson, Christopher.Watson at utas.edu.au<mailto:Christopher.Watson at utas.edu.au> / +61 3 6226 2489.
Professor of Polar Geodesy | Head of Discipline, Geography and Spatial Sciences
Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences | School of Technology, Environments and Design | College of Sciences and Engineering
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