- Utilise your Teaching and Subject development Skills in Policing and Law Enforcement
- Unique Partnership with CSU and the NSW Police Force
- Multiple positions available
- Fixed Term Full-time (Until December 2020) - Multiple positions available
- $64,482 to $109,391 AUD pa. (plus Superannuation)
You will primarily teach and undertake subject development in the undergraduate policing program for internal and distance education students studying to be a Police Officer with the NSW Police Force. In addition, an integral component of an academic staff member's workload is dedicated to professional industry liaison, by maintaining sound relationships with industry agencies.
You will be suitably qualified and be experienced in various areas of specialisation of policing and law enforcement including; operational policing, investigation (investigative interviewing and practices); criminal law and procedure; road safety; drug enforcement and harm minimisation; policing and society; community policing, professional ethics; communications; and leadership and management.
To be successful you will have:
- An essential requirement to satisfy a Professional Suitability Check prior to commencement
- An essential requirement to undertake annual field placement as part of ongoing development
- A relevant qualification greater than an associate degree appropriate to the discipline; or a relevant qualification with significant industry experience that demonstrates achievement equivalent to the learning outcomes of an associate degree;
Charles Sturt University is a young and growing university committed to developing far-sighted people who help their communities grow and flourish. We make a significant contribution to the prosperity and vibrancy of our rural and regional communities, with a reach and impact across Australia and internationally. We work together with industry, communities and students to create new thinking, inspire each other and make a positive and progressive contribution to the world.
The Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences covers a diverse range of disciplines and is comprised of 6 Schools, 1 Centre and CSU Engineering - the School of Management and Marketing, School of Accounting and Finance, School of Computing and Mathematics, School of Policing Studies, Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security, School of Psychology, Centre for Customs and Excise Studies and CSU Engineering.
Our Faculty are leaders in their fields of teaching and research and combine significant professional experience with academic expertise. Our schools continue to grow through close collaboration and consultation with private industry, regulators, professional bodies, community engagement, partnerships and global networks.
The School of Policing Studies - Charles Sturt University and the NSW Police Force have formed a unique partnership to design, develop and deliver tertiary courses in policing. The partnership is an important strategy in the development of police recruit level training in NSW. The resources of both a large residential police academy and a responsive and progressive university have been brought together to provide a balanced, innovative service in police recruit level training and education.
Staff primarily teach and undertake subject development in the undergraduate policing program for on-campus and online students studying to be a Police Officer with the NSW Police Force. In addition, an integral component of an academic staff member's workload is dedicated to professional industry liaison, by maintaining sound relationships with industry agencies.
CSU offers a great work-life balance, professional development opportunities and generous financial benefits.
Charles Sturt University is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. Applications are encouraged from Indigenous Australians; people with a disability; women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles); people who identify as LGBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria in the position description. If you experience difficulties applying online or for further information on completing the application process please visit our how to apply page or contact us.
Additional information is available in the position description or by contacting:
Associate Professor Ken Probert | Head, School of Policing Studies |firstname.lastname@example.org | Ph: (02) 4824 2570
Closing Date: 11pm, 20 August 2018