The University of Newcastle is recruiting for five Indigenous positions across Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Construction Management and Disaster Management – to bring cultural knowledge and understanding to the university community.

Positions

Lecturer in Architecture/Landscape Architecture (Indigenous) Level B  
(2) Full-time Ongoing positions located at the Callaghan Campus 
 
Lecturer in Construction Management and/or Disaster Management (Indigenous) Level B  
(2) Full-time Ongoing positions located at the Callaghan Campus 
 
Senior Lecturer in Architecture (Indigenous) Level C  
(1) Full-time Ongoing position located at the Callaghan Campus 

Application

For additional information on the positions or to discuss further, please contact:

Professor SueAnne Ware, Head of School and Dean of Built Environment on +61 02 4921 5865 or email

The University of Newcastle

The University of Newcastle is proud of its record in Indigenous higher education, innovation and engagement, which has been driven by relationships with the Indigenous community. The university sees itself as a sector leader in terms of Indigenous student enrolments and the employment of Indigenous staff and is committed to building on this strength and extending their collaboration and partnerships with Indigenous peoples of the region and beyond.

The School of Architecture and Built Environment is excited to be seeking Indigenous people to join their community as part of their enduring commitment to First Nations People, designing on Country and challenging current paradigms of Built Environment education and research.