|Location:||Melbourne - Australia|
|Placed On:||23rd May 2019|
|Closes:||23rd June 2019|
The School of Information Technology is committed to the generation of fundamental knowledge and high-quality research training for our students. We closely align and maintain strong IT industry links with leading private and public sector representatives, who guide our curriculum programs that keeps our courses current and relevant to industry needs.
The Research Fellow, Software Engineering will be responsible for researching and publishing in Software Engineering. The position supports the School research cluster in Software Engineering (SERCh) to publish and develop high quality research grant applications, especially in collaboration with industry and other external organizations.
This is a full time fixed term contract role based at our Burwood Campus.
To be successful, you’ll have:
Your key responsibilities will be to:
We value our staff and understand that they are more than just their jobs, that's why we offer benefits that enhance work life. Some of Deakin’s workplace benefits include:
The flexible learning options we provide our students and our diverse team of professionals and academic experts has enabled us to achieve a 5-star rating by the prestigious university ranking organisation Quacquarelli Symonds. For eight consecutive years, we've achieved the highest level of overall student satisfaction among Victorian universities.
We have a network of campuses, learning centres and research centres across Victoria and corporate offices in Melbourne, China, Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. Our online Cloud campus provides more than 13,000 students with access to state-of-the-art digital tools and direct access to world-renowned academics.
As a Victorian university with a global impact, Deakin is translating its research into commercial outcomes that will help drive innovation for Australia’s economy.
Position Description: PD - Research Fellow, Software Engineering
At Deakin we value diversity, embrace difference and nurture a connected, safe and respectful community. We recognise that our academic workforce is increasingly diverse with a variety of backgrounds, experiences and responsibilities. In many cases, academic careers can be put on hold through career breaks or part-time work arrangements to take on caring duties, gain experience in other industries, for medical reasons or other personal circumstances.
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