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High Performance Computing Specialist Main campus - Malaysia HEW 7
The Advanced Computing Platform (ACP) research infrastructure was established at Monash University Malaysia to support research, providing high-performance computing services that can minimize the duration of computationally intensive research activities. The infrastructure aims to support multidisciplinary research in natural and social sciences in producing research outcomes that can be published in high-quality journals and conferences. This platform is funded by the University’s Research Excellence Unit and is under the purview of the School of Information Technology. This platform is research-focused, and it is used in the following fields (but not limited to) of study: computer vision, image processing, optical network, machine learning, pattern recognition, combustion, turbulent flow, nanomaterial, genome analysis, and disease association studies. The platform seeks an experienced High-Performance Computing (HPC) specialist for the 2nd generation ACP.
Professor & Head of Department , Accounting Main campus - Malaysia Level E
The academic will be responsible for developing, and executing, strategic plans and directions in the development,teaching and administration of undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programmes in the area of Accounting, Environmental, Sustainability and Governance Reporting and Innovation within the School.
Lecturer-Marketing Main campus - Malaysia Level B
The role specifically will focus on strengthening the Strategic Marketing and Digital Marketing major and contribute towards the development of a qualitative methodology research cluster for the department. The ability to navigate different online teaching tools expertise in qualitative research will be an added advantage.
Business Development Executive Main campus - Malaysia HEW 5
To champion the professional development education agenda of Monash University Malaysia by increasing the take-up and awareness of short programmes, professional certification, micro credential and bespoke solutions, through all means of marketing whilst being cognizant of the universities direction for the same.
Research Fellow (Engineering/ Chemical Engineering) Main campus - Malaysia Level B
A Level B Research Fellow academic is expected to carry out team research within the field in which he/she is appointed and to carry out activities to develop his/her research expertise relevant to the particular field of research. The Research Fellow has to demonstrate outstanding contributions to School of Engineering publication, and deliver high expectations in research. He/she is expected to publish a minimum of two Q1 papers (with one paper in a top 10% journal) per annum as the first author.
Assistant Lecturer (Computer Science/Software Engineering), PAL Scheme Main campus - Malaysia Level A
The PAL scheme offered by the School of Information Technology provides outstanding candidates a career pathway to gain formal teaching experience, develop a research track record while completing a PhD study at Monash University Malaysia in one of the strategic research areas, and engage in a growing and vibrant university environment. Successful completion of the 4 year PAL scheme will equip the incumbent with skills, experience, and confidence to embark on a long term academic career.
Associate Head of School (Education/Engagement) & Associate Professor/ Professor (Computer Science/Software Engineering/AI) Main campus - Malaysia Level E
A level D/E academic is expected to make a significant contribution to all activities of the organisational unit or interdisciplinary area and play a significant role within their profession or discipline. Academics at this level may be appointed in recognition of distinction in their disciplinary area. The Associate Head of School (Education) (AHoSE) is responsible to the School of Information Technology and to the Malaysia Campus for the provision of high-quality educational leadership and the development, implementation and review of educational initiatives that are aligned with the School’s, the Campus’, the Faculty’s and the University’s strategic priorities, plans, policies, profiles and goals.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Civil Engineering (Transportation / Highway Engineering) Main campus - Malaysia Level C
The appointee must have PhD or equivalent in the area specializing in Civil Engineering (Transportation / Highway Engineering). The Academic is expected to make significant contributions to the teaching effort of a department, school, faculty or other organizational unit or an interdisciplinary area. The key result areas of Research, Teaching and Service are the basis for the primary duties and responsibilities of the role.
Administrative Officer, International Student Pass Main campus - Malaysia HEW 4
The Administrative Officer provides a range of professional and high-quality support for the effective operation of the Student Administration team in Student Life. This includes supporting the work activities of the International Student Pass Office and ensuring the passport movement to and from governing bodies.    This role ensures timely passport movement from respective governing bodies, issuance of valid passes and monitoring of passports in the student pass area. If you believe you fit this profile, we look forward to receiving your application.
Professor & Head of Department , Finance Main campus - Malaysia Level E
The appointed academic will be responsible for developing, and executing, strategic plans and directions in the development, teaching and administration of undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programs in the area of Finance and Fintech within the School. The candidate is expected to have excellent teaching evaluations and a track record of new unit development and/or teaching innovations. The candidate ideally would have a strong track record in academic publication and engagement with the industry and regulators. A candidate having a research agenda within the area of financial technology will be preferred.
Lecturer (Gender Studies) Main campus - Malaysia Level B
A level B position available in Gender Studies in the School of Arts and Social Sciences, Monash University Malaysia. The successful applicant will be an active researcher and an innovative educator able to shape the future of the Gender Studies program in SASS and also teach into the areas of professional practice. Applicants are invited to submit a CV and a cover letter addressing selection criteria for the position by January 30 2023 at 11.55 pm MYT
Lecturer (Media and Communications) Main campus - Malaysia Level B
Level B (Lecturer) in Media and Communications in the School of Arts and Social Sciences, Monash University Malaysia. Professional and disciplinary expertise in digital media theory and practice will be viewed favourably. Successful applicants will embrace active learning and authentic assessments in their teaching practice. Applications close 30 January 2023, 11.55 pm.
Senior Lecturer (Clinical Pharmacy/Pharmacy Practice) Main campus - Malaysia Level C
A Level C academic is expected to contribute significantly to the teaching effort of a discipline, school, faculty or other organisational unit or an interdisciplinary area. An academic at this level is also expected to play a major role in scholarship, research and/or professional activities. The key result areas of Research, Teaching and Engagement are the basis for the primary duties and responsibilities of the role. A workload will be agreed upon annually with the Supervisor and Head of School in the Performance Development Plan process. Other duties may be required from time to time as directed by the Head of School. Reporting Line: The position reports to Associate Professor Supervisory Responsibilities: This position provides direct supervision as delegated. Financial delegation and/or budget responsibilities: Not applicable
Lecturer Main campus - Malaysia Level B
A Level B academic is expected to make contributions to the teaching effort of the university and to carry out activities to maintain and develop her/his scholarly, research and/or professional activities relevant to the profession or discipline. The key result areas of Research, Teaching and Engagement are the basis for the primary duties and responsibilities of the role. A workload will be agreed annually with the Head of School in the Performance Development Plan process. Other duties may be required from time to time as directed by the Head of School.
Security Control Room Officer Main campus - Malaysia HEW 3
The Control Room Officer (CRO) will ensure the effective and timely delivery of security services at Monash University Malaysia. The CRO will work under the supervision of the Senior Security Officer (SSO).