Professor – First Nations Health – Closing 29 Oct 5pm
About the position
Bond University’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine has a multi-disciplinary base across a range of programs including Medicine, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Nutrition and Dietetic Practice, Exercise and Sports Science, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy. The University and the Faculty recognise the importance of all these students developing an understanding of First Nations health including a depth of understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Applications are invited from qualified candidates for a senior appointment which is responsible for the strategic development, leadership, internal and external engagement, implementation, and representation of the Faculty’s First Nations Health program.
The position will provide personal leadership of the implementation of the First Nations Health curriculum and assessment across the Faculty. The portfolio of responsibilities includes development of placement partnerships, student scholarships, entry pathways and research opportunities and wider university representations and initiatives. This appointment will also have an important and active role in the teaching of medical and allied health students.
There is a further opportunity to serve in a leadership role at the University-level, to work alongside the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) in leading the University’s Reconciliation Action Plan.
September 22, 2020
Posted by: Jordyn Townsend