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Michael Sergi <[log in to unmask]>
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Internal Job Vacancies



External Job Vacancies



Information for Applicants

PROFESSOR OF CREATIVE COMMUNICATION


University of Canberra, Australia

Professor, Creative Communication

 Reference No. 04/2066
 Package of $125,000 pa including superannuation and generous employment
conditions.

http://www.canberra.edu.au/recruitment/jobs

 The School of Creative Communication offers undergraduate and postgraduate
programs in New Media, Television Production, Creative Writing and Literary
Studies, and staff are active in contributing to broader areas of cultural
studies which link several programs in the Division of Communication and
Education. At the undergraduate level Bachelor of Communication degrees in
Creative Writing and Media are complemented by a flexible BA, while at
postgraduate level there is a vibrant research culture among students in PhD
and Master of Arts in Communication programs. A well-developed and growing
honours program is expected to continue to strengthen this culture,
particularly in creative research. Fully online Masters by Coursework
degrees are also offered in Creative Writing and New Media, and subjects in
these courses contribute to similar degrees elsewhere in the Division.

 The School now wishes to make a new senior staff appointment to realise
opportunities for cross-fertilisation between its disciplines, and to
further enhance research and publication culture. The successful applicant
will have a PhD and a significant national and international reputation as
well as a substantial publication record and a demonstrated capacity to
attract research funding. A multi-disciplinary outlook and approach is
essential, and the background of a successful applicant is likely to include
formal studies and creative work in media studies, creative writing
including new media and screen-based writing, film and cultural studies, and
critical theory. Other relevant disciplines would include creative audio
production and theory, media design, cognitive science, and conceptual and
information arts. This is a full-time continuing position.

 Applications for this position close 6 August, 2004.

 Please refer to the Information for Applicants and the Position
Documentation before applying for this position.

 When applying, you must print, fill out and attach this  cover sheet to
your application. Note that the cover sheet is in Adobe PDF format. If you
do not already have one, a program to read PDF files is  available free from
Adobe. Applicants should address the Selection Criteria, and include the
names, addresses and fax numbers of at least 3 referees. Applications should
be addressed to:

Recruitment Officer 1C18
University of Canberra ACT 2601

The University is AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


Regards,

Michael








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