Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowships 2020 in UIT, Australia
Designation/Position- Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
University of Technology, Australia invites application for Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowships from eligible and interested candidates
About- UTS Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (CPDRF) are awarded to outstanding early career researchers who wish to develop their research, teaching and learning, management and communication skills to become the next generation of leading academics at UTS. Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
Research/Job Area- In addition to the requirements outlined in the CPDRF and CPDIRF guidelines, candidates are advised to contact their proposed host faculty or equivalent about their research priority areas.
- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
- UTS Business School
- Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building
- Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
- Graduate School of Health
- Faculty of Science
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation
- Institute for Sustainable Futures
- Institute for Public Policy and Governance
- Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research
Location- University of Technology, Australia
In order to be eligible, candidates must meet certain requirements for the scheme.
Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
Candidates will have been awarded a research doctoral degree (equivalent to an Australian PhD degree) within the last five years. Research doctoral degree candidates whose thesis is under examination at the closing date, and research doctoral degree candidates who will submit their PhD thesis by 1 July 2019 may also apply. International candidates are welcome to apply.
Candidates must nominate and consult closely with one UTS supervisor in developing an EOI.
The fellowships are highly competitive. To be short-listed, candidates must have an exceptional track record relative to opportunity as well as the commitment and potential to enhance the research capacity and culture of UTS.
Both the CPDRF offer:
- A four-year combination research and teaching appointment
- Academic Salary Level B, Step 2 ($102,952 base salary as of 1 November 2018) plus 17 per cent employer-provided superannuation contribution
- Research project funding of up to A$50,000
Other benefits are outlined in the guidelines below.
- CPDRF20 Guidelines and Information for Candidates (PDF, 2.9 MB)
All fellows will be expected to engage in high quality research projects, produce high quality outputs, and contribute to existing and emerging teaching and learning areas relevant to UTS.
In preparation for your Expression of Interest submission, please refer to the following documents:
- CPDRF20 Expression of Interest – Instructions (PDF, 182 KB)
- EOI online application form – example (PDF, 316 KB)
How to Apply-
- Prior to completing your EOI, you are strongly advised to contact the relevant UTS faculty (or equivalent) and enquire about current research priorities to ensure there is support for your application
- The scheme involves a three-stage application process:
- Expression of Interest (EOI)
- Invited full application
- Only one application per individual will be accepted. You must nominate only one supervisor
If your EOI is shortlisted, you will be invited to submit a full application. The relevant documents and instructions for the second stage will be forwarded to you.
Last Date for Apply– 25 May 2020, 5 pm AEST
|Expressions of interest (EOI) open||24 April 2020|
|EOI submissions close||25 May 2020, 5pm AEST|
|EOI outcome and full applications open (by invitation only)||17 June 2020|
|Full applications close||6 July 2020, 5pm AEST|
|Full applications outcome (tentative)||20 July 2020|
|Interview dates||27–29 July 2020|
|PhD census date for eligibility (PhD awarded)||On or after 1 July 2015|
|PhD submission date for eligibility (not yet awarded)||On or before 1 July 2020|
|Fellowship must commence on or before||31 January 2021|