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Beasiswa di University of New South Wales -Faculty of Law, 2013-2014

21.1.13 |

Dean's Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship
University of New South Wales -Faculty of Law

REF. 9124NET

Salary Level A: A$61,868 - A$82,491 per year (plus 17% employer
superannuation and leave loading)
Salary Level B: A$86,626 - A$102,121 per year (plus 17% employer
superannuation and leave loading)

UNSW Law sets the standard for Australian legal education, research
and public engagement. Our teaching is student-centred, research-based
and outward-looking, never losing sight of law's impact on how we live
now. Our graduates have flexible skills, critical perspectives and
broad horizons. Our research is interdisciplinary, collaborative and
leads to real change in public policy and the law.

UNSW Law comprises of 11 affiliated legal research, education and
advocacy centres. The quality of the Faculty's research is recognised
by a consistently high level of prestigious funding from the
Australian Research Council and other bodies. For further information
about UNSW Law, please visit:

Applications are invited from early career researchers of exceptional
calibre for the Dean's Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in 2013. It
is an opportunity for researchers who have completed their doctorate
(PhD or SJD) in the last five years to undertake research in a field
consistent with the School's research strengths. The appointment is
part of UNSW Law's strategic priority to attract researchers of high
quality and potential in its key research areas.

Fellows are selected on the basis of their research accomplishments
and potential, their academic career interests, and the capacity of
the School to provide mentoring.

The position is full-time, and is available for a period of two
years at Level A or B.
Level of appointment will be determined on the basis of previous
experience and achievement relative to opportunity.
An attractive relocation allowance will be offered to the
successful interstate or overseas applicant.
Applicants are expected to commence in or as soon as possible
after July 2013.
Women and people from equity groups are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must address the selection criteria found within the
position description in their online application. Applicants must also
follow the application instructions contained in the 'Application
Process' section of the information pack.

An applicant may be required to undergo pre-employment checks prior to
appointment to this role.

For further information about the position, please contact Professor
Janet Chan, Associate Dean (Research) on email via
the Apply button below or phone (61 2) 9385 2753.

Applications close : 31 January 2013

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