Positions in Business Information Systems
Casual Academic Vacancies
The University of Sydney Business School is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified applicants for casual academic vacancies as, tutors, lab-demonstrators, lecturers that may exist from time to time.
Applicants should have relevant academic qualifications that should be at post-graduate level for post-graduate courses; lecturing experience; good communications skills; and professional expertise in several aspects of Business Information Systems (BIS). These include:
- Business analysis; BIS Project Management; Change Management; Technology-enabled business innovation at strategic, tactical and operational levels;
- Business models; supply chain management; data and process analysis modelling techniques; and (ERP) Enterprise Systems;
- Information and Knowledge Management, Business Intelligence; and BIS Assurance and Control, BIS Management and Strategic Management.
Preferred applicants will have BIS applications expertise with several foundation technologies such as relational databases; process analysis and modelling tools; ERP systems; project management tools; business intelligence and internet tools.
Rates of Pay
Rates vary depending upon qualifications and whether there are repeat classes involved. For further details of rates please visit the Casual staff - Rates of Pay and Earning Codes page.
Download the Expression of Interest Template. Please email your CV and the completed Expression of Interest form (highlighting academic experience including research publications, research grants, institutions where employed and subjects taught) to Karen Hunter, email@example.com.
Alternatively, if you do not have access to email you may submit your application by post:
Room 415, Business Information Systems
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney NSW 2006
Business Information Systems is an exciting, fast-changing field. In today's world, BIS are playing an important role in enabling organisations to meet their strategic goals, driving business innovations and assisting businesses to prepare for an increasingly complex and dynamic business world.
The Discipline of BIS at the University of Sydney was established in 2002. In this short time we have grown to be one of the largest BIS departments in Australia and become recognised internationally for our innovative, multidisciplinary approach to BIS education with a strong commitment to practice based, industry-relevant teaching and research.