(Level B) $100,933 to $119,391 per annum plus an employer contribution of up to 17% superannuation may apply.
Fixed term, full-time opportunity available from January 2022 for 4.5 years.
Deadline: January 4th 2022
The School of Humanities is seeking an outstanding interdisciplinary scholar who can undertake research and teaching within the field of Museum Studies and related disciplines.
The successful candidate will help coordinate the new Graduate Program in Museum and Curatorial Studies and teach/supervise undergraduate and graduate courses and research projects within this program and across the School of Humanities. Candidates must have a PhD in Museum Studies, Art History, Heritage, History, Archaeology or related discipline with a focus on museums and/or collections. Preference will be given to a person with research interests and skills that address both theoretical and applied aspects of museum studies. A research specialisation in Indigenous art and/or cultural heritage and demonstrated experience working with Indigenous/First Nation communities is desirable.
To be successful you will need:
- PhD in Museum Studies, Art History, Heritage, History, Archaeology or related discipline with a focus on museums and/or collections.
- Excellent research record, with a clear plan for future publication outputs commensurate with and relative to opportunity and ability to attract competitive grant funding. Experience working for, or in collaboration with, a cultural institution (e.g. museum, art gallery, community art centre).
- Outstanding ability to communicate knowledge about Museum Studies in an engaging manner.
- Capacity for collaborative research, including experience working in partnerships with cultural institutions.
- Ability to supervise postgraduate by coursework degree research projects and theses. Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to work collaboratively with peers.
Application details and position description available here: https://careers.adelaide.edu.au/cw/en/job/506515/lecturer-curatorial-and-museum-studies