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Seeking expressions of interest! QUT has a potential opportunity to employ either full or part time academic staff or several sessional staff to teach into the Bachelor of Health Information Management in semester 1 2023 whilst current staff take long service leave. We have a number of units that need to be covered during the semester and the way that happens will depend on the interest and experience of applicants. The units are:
1st year units
2nd year unit
3rd year units
The semester runs for 13 weeks from 27 February to 2 June, followed by final assessments and marking that conclude at the end of June. Each of the units will have weekly lectures, tutorials or workshops. The timetable has not been released yet so we are unable to indicate when the classes will be, but there will possibly be the opportunity to negotiate them with interested people. The materials for the units have been mostly updated recently (lecture notes, PowerPoint, assessments etc) and are available to be used next year. They will just need checking to ensure everything remains current.
Full time staff are appointed for 37.25 hours/week and part time staff are paid for the agreed days. For both, included in the hours are teaching, marking, related student support and participation in other School of Public Health and Social Work activities. A sessional academic is paid an hourly rate just for the lectures and tutorials and to mark assessments.
If anyone thinks they may be interested, we would be happy to chat about what is needed and to show you the materials we have to help you make a decision. You can either drop one of us an email or call Sue on 3138 5873 or Maryann on 3138 5870. This would be a ‘without prejudice’ discussion – not locking anyone in at this stage. If, after the chat, we think there are units that you might be suitable to teach and you are keen, we will ask you to submit your CV and we will proceed from there.