The Melbourne Dental School is looking for a PhD student to take on a casual teaching role for first year Oral Health students, and the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute is seeking a Project Manager to join the Population Health Studies of Adolescence research group.
Psychology for Oral Health - lecturer and tutor wanted
A rare opportunity has arisen for a psychology PhD student to take on a casual teaching role for first year Bachelor of Oral Health students. The position involves delivering material related to a range of topics including: health behaviour change, the practitioner-patient relationship, motivational interviewing, classical/operant conditioning, social learning theory, anxiety/phobia management and working with special groups (such as children and older adults). The position involves teaching approximately 4-6 X 2 hour workshops in semester 2, 2017 (flexible start date, beginning in August or September), with a view to running approximately 10-12 X 2 hour workshops per semester in 2018. Lecture slides from previous years are available, but there is also opportunity to shape/update some content as needed. This is an excellent opportunity for a PhD student to gain lecturing and teaching experience. For more information, email Dr Lydia Brown: firstname.lastname@example.org or Assoc. Prof. Julie Satur: email@example.com
We currently require a Full Time (part time also considered at 0.8 FTE) Project Manager on a 11 month maternity leave contract to join the Population Health Studies of Adolescence research group. This role will see you working on the Childhood to Adolescence Transition Study (CATS). CATS is one of the most comprehensive studies of the associations between pubertal development and early adolescent health problems that include depression and anxiety, substance use, eating disorders, self-harm, functional somatic disorders and antisocial behaviours. The position involves a range of duties necessary to plan, coordinate and deliver a large cohort study.