Monash Business School has exciting opportunities for a Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor continuing positions focusing on one or more of the following areas: commercial law, corporate law, taxation law, workplace law, banking law, marketing law, international trade law and Asian law. The sucessful applicants will be skilled educators with a proven commitment to high quality teaching, as well as to ongoing scholarly research in a research-intensive university and have excellent interpersonal skills and be committed to making a positive contribution to our collegial culture.
Monash Business School is based in Melbourne, Australia, which has been rated the most liveable city by the Economist Intelligence Unit for 6 years in a row.
Monash University is consistently ranked among the top 100 universities worldwide. The Department of Business Law and Taxation, one of seven academic departments in the Monash Business School, comprises approximately 40 academic staff who engage in teaching and research across the many dimensions of commercial, business and taxation law. Our researchers use innovative methods and work collaboratively with scholars from other disciplines. Our expertise is highly regarded internationally and our researchers are actively engaged with the business community, government agencies, social welfare bodies and international organisations, as well as a range of partner groups at universities world-wide.
To learn more about the Monash Business School, see a full list of current opportunities (move down to ‘Business Law and Taxation’), or to register an expression of interest please visit our website http://business.monash.edu/the-school/academic-careers/current-listings
Closing date: Sunday 15 January 2017 (late applications will be accepted where possible; recruitment will continue until positions are filled)