Casual Academics in Work & Organisational Studies
The University of Sydney Business School is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified applicants for Casual Academic vacancies as tutors and/or markers.
Applicants should have relevant academic qualifications, good communications skills and experience in teaching and/or delivering presentations in any of the following areas: management, strategic management, management communications, organisational analysis and behaviour, the management of human resources, Australian and comparative industrial relations, workplace industrial relations, industrial relation policy, labour history, labour law, industrial sociology, and labour economics.
Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management and Management and Organisation Studies are important areas of practice, research and study. The discipline of Work and Organisational Studies, which was established in 2000 as the successor to the Faculty's Department of Industrial Relations, builds upon a long tradition of teaching and research in these areas. WOS aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the employment relationship and the changing world of work in which it is located.
WOS offers a full range of subjects at both undergraduate and graduate levels. These subjects are taught by internationally-respected academic staff whose research interests cover a wide range of fields including: globalisation and employment relations, human resource management, industrial relations policy, work and family issues, union strategy, labour mobility, occupational health and safety, management strategy, critical management studies, performance management, management consultancies, labour history, geographies of work, organisational communication, critical organisation studies, organisational discourse, and identities at work. Details may be found in the annual research report.
Rates of Pay
Rates vary depending upon qualifications and whether there are repeat tutorials involved. For further details of rates please refer to the University of Sydney Enterprise Agreement
- Download the Expression of Interest Template
Please forward your CV and the completed Expression of Interest form (highlighting all academic experience including research publications, research grants, institutions where employed and subjects taught) to the: Discipline Executive Officer
All enquiries regarding the submission and lodgement of expressions of interest or the position should be directed to the Discipline Executive Officer.