Associate Lecturer / Lecturer Allied Health (Discipline of Genetic Counselling)
The Graduate School of Health plays a significant role in the strategic development of UTS as the University expands its postgraduate degree offerings and research in Health.
The School’s Discipline of Genetic Counselling welcomed our first cohort of Master of Genetic Counselling students in February 2019. We’re drawing on co-design principles to develop a responsive, future-focussed and emergent programme, allowing both staff and students to be open to and prepared for a range of possible future careers. Students are engaged in interactive online learning and weekly classes using Zoom, making the program accessible to those living across Australasia. Hear from staff and students by visiting our website.
We are seeking to grow our expert team with the appointment of two Associate Lecturers and/or Lecturers with clinical or research expertise and experience in the delivery of allied healthcare. You do not need to be a genetic counsellor to be considered for these roles.
If you have a passion for innovative and dynamic education of healthcare professionals, a track record in research and an interest in working in a creative and fast-paced environment, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Applications close Monday 15th July 2019 at 11.59pm (AEST)
A/Prof Alison McEwen
Head of Genetic Counselling
Dr Chris Jacobs
Senior Lecturer in Genetic Counselling