Opening for Senior Lecturer in Project Management at University of Sydney



Closing date for interested candidates is 24 January 2016

6 January 2016 – Sydney, Australia – The Project Management Program at the University of Sydney is currently looking for a new member of their team.  This will be a full time, continuing position as Senior Lecturer.  They have an excellent team of ten academics and researchers working in Project Management and Complex Systems.  The teaching program includes a Bachelor of Project Management, Master of Project Management and Master of Project Leadership and we have strong and dedicated administrative and student support.

160106-pmwj42-opening-UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEYThe program is experiencing strong growth, providing a sound basis for progressing an academic career at a world class, research focused university in a great location.

Details of the position are available via the following link – Lecturer in Project Management Ref 2065/0915 and the closing date is 24th January 2016. 

The Project Management Program at the University of Sydney aims to deliver a world class teaching program that builds the capacity of graduates to examine the key interdependencies operating in complex project management and leadership frameworks. Graduates engage with these dynamics to develop skills for effective planning, the management of risk, and leading through innovation and change. The Program is underpinned by a complex systems approach to the leadership and management of projects and includes project-oriented empirical studies, modelling and analysis of government, non-government and cross-national industry projects and methodologies.

The Research Group on Complex Systems in Project Management focuses on complex adaptive systems theory and self-organisation theory investigating areas such as non-linear systems dynamic theory, social network theory, coordination theory and complexity theory and its applications in domains such as computer supported cooperative work; modelling disaster preparedness, exploring the effects of social network structure and technology in the delivery of health services, modelling self-organised fraud claims in insurance and finance in capital markets, and understanding the impact of social networks on innovation and diffusion.

For more information with regards to program structure and courses, visit: http://www.sydney.edu.au/project-management.