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Lecturer And Digital Initiatives Manager, Faculty Of Creativ...

Queensland University of Technology - Brisbane City, QLD

Education, Childcare & Training
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The position is a joint appointment
between QUT and Queensland Museum.
The successful applicant will contribute to:

  • research and teaching in digital cultural
heritage and multi-sensory immersive
experiences at QUT, and
  • the overall strategic development and
management of Queensland Museum’s
digital collections.

The successful applicant will have a
specialisation in one or more of the following

  • Digital cultural heritage
  • Photogrammetry and digital imaging
  • Multi-sensory immersive experiences

The successful applicant will have a strong
research and teaching profile with
demonstrated experience in publishing
traditional and/or practice-led research
outputs. The successful applicant will also
have proven expertise in developing and
applying photogrammetry and digital imaging
technologies and managing systems for 3D

It is expected that the successful applicant will
have and maintain a reputation for excellence
in research and industry engagement and
have demonstrated commitment to
undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and
research supervision. The successful
applicant will also provide leadership in
service to the University and engagement with
industry, the community, professional
associations, alumni and other stakeholders.

As a joint QUT and Queensland Museum
position, the successful candidate will work at
QUT on average 2 days a week, and the
Queensland Museum 3 days a week. At QUT,
the candidate will report to the Head of
School, School of Creative Practice for
workload management and for Performance
Planning and Review (PPR). For work
undertaken for Queensland Museum, the
candidate will report to, and will work under
the direction/management of, Director,
Collections and Research.

Key responsibilities include:

Leadership and management

  • Lead the partnership between QUT and
the Queensland Museum.
  • Provide leadership and management of
the Queensland Museum Digital Imaging
Team; including budget and related
financial management, scoping,
scheduling and delivery of work outputs in
line with agreed milestones and outcomes
to meet brand, vision, strategic and
operational objectives.
  • For the Queensland Museum component
of the position, the successful candidate
will be responsible for managing relevant
staff and work plans.

Research and development

  • Take the lead in actively pursuing best
practice and new initiatives in the digital
field by evaluating relevant industry trends,
innovations and new tools, and translating
these into outputs in the areas of digitising
cultural heritage content, multi-sensory
and immersive experiences.
  • Contribute to research outcomes through
research grants, commercial projects and
publishing in top tier journals and
supervision of Higher Degree Research

Digital imaging practice

  • Direct, support and oversee the creation of
digital assets and audio-visual material
produced from photogrammetry, CT
scanning, SEM, focus stacking, 2D and 3D
production and other scientific and imaging
techniques; and pursue innovative
approaches for their utilisation in scientific,
educational and community outcomes.
Contribute to the development and
integration of benchmarked imaging and
audio-visual material policies, procedures,
activities and preservation techniques to
ensure both parties are industry and world
  • Build hands-on skills and staff capacity at
QUT Creative Industries Faculty and the
Queensland Museum on digital imaging,
metadata standards, digital asset

management systems and digital

Teaching and Learning

  • Contribute to development and teaching of
new curriculum in digital cultural heritage
and multi-sensory virtual experiences.

Professional activities

  • Develop and maintain relationships with
industry, community, and professional
organisations, as well as local, national,
international colleagues and suppliers to
ensure knowledge and sharing of
information, initiatives, trends, technology
in the imaging field.
  • Implement and administer University and
Queensland Museum policy with respect to
workplace health and safety.

To be appointed as a Lecturer the successful
applicant must meet the position classification
standards outlined in the QUT Enterprise
Agreement (Academic Staff).

The successful candidate may be appointed at
Lecturer Level B depending on their level of
attainment against the position classification
standards outlined in the QUT Enterprise
Agreement (Academic Staff). The position
classification standards provide the basis to
differentiate between the various levels of
appointment and define the broad relationships
between classifications.

The University reserves the right to appoint at
either classification level.

Type of appointment
This appointment will be offered on a fixed-
term, full-time basis for three (3) years.

Kelvin Grove campus and Queensland
Museum, South Brisbane. .

Selection Criteria
1. Completion of a doctoral qualification in a

relevant discipline area or equivalent
professional experience and recognition.

2. Demonstrated research activity and
outputs, including generating research
income and publications.

3. Demonstrated contemporary, practical
knowledge of digital technologies used in
digital cultural heritage for preservation and
public presentation.

4. Demonstrated success in establishing and
maintaining collaborations that extend best
practice, implement solutions, and realise
new opportunities.

5. Demonstrated highly developed
communication and interpersonal skills
with ability in working with an
interdisciplinary team of academic
colleagues and engagement with industry

6. Highly developed organisational, analytical
and conceptual skills, including a
demonstrated ability to scope and manage
complex projects, including skills in change
management ideally within an arts/cultural

Remuneration and Benefits

The classification for this position is Academic
Level B (LEVB) which has an annual
remuneration range of $114,202 to $135,629
pa. Which is inclusive of an annual salary
range of $97,325 to $115,586 pa and 17%

In July 2020 QUT staff voted in favour of a
variation to its Enterprise Agreements. The
variations were approved by the Fair Work
Commission in August 2020.

The variation impacts leave loading (for new
staff no loading will be paid or accrued during
the period the variation is in effect), salary
increases (the salary increase which was due
to occur in the first full pay period of December
2020 has been deferred until the first full pay
period of December 2021) and superannuation
(superannuation will be paid to staff as though
the salary increase which would have been
paid in December 2020 has taken effect and,
subject to the rules of the superannuation fund,
a defined benefit member will continue to make
contributions in alignment with the contributions
made by the University). A link to the variation
is here.

We actively seek to attract and retain the
best talent to the organisation, and in
exceptional circumstances, the successful
candidate may be granted a salary loading in
addition to the above salary range.

Beyond personal and professional fulfilment, a
career at QUT brings a broad range of tangible
benefits. With competitive remuneration

including superannuation, the University offers
real and generous benefits.

QUT is a high quality and flexible organisation
that is proud of its excellent employment
conditions which include but are not limited to:

  • Reduced working year scheme
  • Parental leave provisions
  • Study support encompassing leave and
financial assistance
  • Comprehensive professional
  • Salary Packaging

Further benefits can be found at the Working at
QUT page.

Information for applicants

The position is open to current staff members
of QUT who have unrestricted work rights in
Australia for the duration of the fixed-term
appointment. Former QUT staff members who
were employed at 23 April 2020 are also
eligible to apply for this position. Please
indicate your eligibility within the application
questions. In support of our strategic priority of
Indigenous Australian success, Aboriginal
Australians and Torres Strait Islander people
who are not QUT staff are also eligible and
encouraged to apply. Please note that current
staff wishing to be considered for secondment
to this position must seek prior approval from
their supervisor before submitting an

For further information about the position,
please contact Professor Gavin Sade, Acting
Executive Dean, on (07) 3138 5901; or for
further information about working at QUT
contact Human Resources on (07) 3138

Candidates who are interested in the position
are encouraged to apply even though they
may feel they are not strong on individual
selection criteria.

In assessing merit, the panel will take into
consideration “performance or achievement
relative to opportunity”. We recognise that
many staff today have a range of personal
circumstances, and career histories that
challenge traditional ideas of an academic
staff member. This may mean, for example,
prioritising the quality of achievement rather
than the quantity, as considerations of part-
time employment, career interruptions and
significant periods of leave are taken into

account when assessing performance or

The selection panel is also committed to
conducting a process which is fair and free
from bias, including unconscious bias.

How to Apply
For further information and to apply, please
visit www.qut.edu.au/jobs for reference number
When applying for this position your application
must include the following:

  • A current resume

Applications close 14 February 2021

About QUT
QUT is a major Australian university with a
global outlook and a 'real world' focus. We are
one of the nation’s fastest growing research
universities and our courses are in high

We are an ambitious and collaborative
institution that seeks to equip our students and
graduates with the skills they will need in an
increasingly disrupted and challenged world.
We are transforming the student experience
we offer our 50,000 students and we place a
premium on the international and national
accreditation of our various professional

Our internationally award-winning Science and
Engineering Centre is home to The Cube,
acknowledged as one of the world’s largest
digital interactive learning and display spaces.
QUT established the world's first Creative
Industries Faculty, and we invest heavily in
collaborative learning and interdisciplinary
research environments, including the $95M
Education Precinct.

Further information about QUT can be
obtained from the website at www.qut.edu.au.

Our Vision
QUT’s Blueprint 6 is our institutional strategic
plan. The Blueprint formalises QUT’s ambitions
and declares our strong sense of purpose
which is to provide transformative education
and research relevant to our communities. It
provides a framework and strategies to enable
QUT to realise our vision to be the university

for the real world and identifies the following
  • support aspiration and inclusion
  • encourage creativity and entrepreneurship
  • embrace digital transformation and
  • embed principles of health and wellbeing
  • support Indigenous Australian
engagement, success and empowerment
  • enable professional engagement and
ethical leadership and,
  • focus on the environment and


Aligned to and supporting our vision are the
QUT Values. These Values highlight what
makes QUT distinct and successful. Providing
a compass for our decisions, actions and
behaviours and strengthening our community.

QUT Values

  • Ambition
  • Curiosity
  • Innovation
  • Integrity
  • Inclusiveness

About the Faculty
In our rapidly changing world, driving
economic, social and cultural development
increasingly requires collaboration. This new
faculty acknowledges this context— and
specifically that how society learns, creates,
communicates and collaborates is at the
forefront of all innovative and impactful

The focus of the Faculty of Creative Industries,
Education and Social Justice will be to pursue
research with impact and prepare our students
for innovative roles as knowledge leaders at
the nexus of design, education,
communication, creative practice and social

With an intersection of creativity, education
and social justice combined with QUT’s
overall focus on technology the faculty has
strong ties to government and industry which
provides our courses with a real- world focus.

The faculty is proposed to be comprised of the
following schools:

  • School of Communication
  • School of Creative Practice
  • School of Design (including Industrial

Design, Interaction Design, Visual
Communication and Fashion)

  • School of Early Childhood and Inclusive
  • School of Teacher Education and
  • School of Justice.

The Faculty of Creative Industries,
Education and Social Justice is led by the
Executive Dean and the Executive
Management Team comprising the dean,
heads of schools, and other senior faculty

As the benefits of innovative creativity are
recognised by multinational businesses,
creative talents are increasingly in demand in
a range of industries.

A world leader across communication,
design and creative practice teaching and
research, with extensive industry
partnerships and a proven track record in
growing the creative economy, our
connections to industry and the leading-edge
research we conduct strengthen our
understanding that creativity has never been
more valued by employers.

QUT is also a national leader in teacher
education and in many areas of education
research. We are a recognised leader in
research and research training as evidenced
by our ‘above world standard’ ranking overall
in every Excellence in Research Australia
assessment. We also have extensive links
with partner organisations and universities in
Australia and overseas.

Reflecting our vision for excellence in
learning, teaching and research, the
university has built a new $95 million
Education Precinct on its Kelvin Grove
campus. The precinct comprises imaginatively
designed formal and informal face-to-face and
online learning and teaching spaces, and
offers excellent facilities for social interaction
and recreation. The precinct’s futuristic
design and its location at the heart of the
Kelvin Grove campus showcases education,
gives it prominence, and demonstrates
QUT’s vision for the faculty as a leader,
innovator, and model for the university.

The School of Justice is internationally
renowned for criminology and justice
education and research, offering a range of
undergraduate, honours and graduate
certificate options for study. The staff are also

members of the QUT Centre for Justice, a
think tank for producing applied solutions for
a better world. The school has a strong
research culture including current DECRA
ARC award holders and a number of staff
leading ARC projects and other research

About the School of
Creative Practice
The QUT School of Creative Practice was
established in January 2017 as one of three
schools in the Creative Industries Faculty - the
other schools being the School of Design and
the School of Communication. The school
brings together a range of creative practice
disciplines, and consequently provides
students with the opportunity to engage in
transdisciplinary approaches to their learning
and/or research activities – reflective of
collaborative experiences in the real world.

The curriculum is structured into the following
study areas:

  • Animation
  • Creative writing
  • Dance
  • Drama – Acting, Drama, Technical
  • Film and Screen
  • Music
  • Visual Arts

Our courses provide a ‘space to create’ for
students, where technical proficiency is
combined with learning how to make meaning,
in addition to how to be collaboratively fluent,
socially-engaged and agile practitioners.
Individuals wishing to further their skills and
knowledge through postgraduate study, can
undertake a range of practice-led or practice-
based research programs that are
internationally renowned for their innovative,
creative, and commercial contributions to
Creative Industries and broader industry

The School has established international
connections including teaching and research
partnerships with leading institutions and
organisations across Austria, China, East
Timor, France, Germany, Norway, Indonesia,
South Africa, South America, United Kingdom,
and the United States.

Partnership with
Queensland Museum
The Queensland Museum is a dynamic,
statewide organisation that actively partners
with, and connects communities, through
compelling experiences, original research,
amazing collections and a creative culture. As
custodian of the State’s natural and cultural
treasures, the Queensland Museum makes
lasting connections, inspiring generations of
Queenslanders to discover, celebrate and
value our unique environment and cultural

The Museum’s team of people achieves great
things, in a supportive culture that encourages
innovation and collaboration, and includes
scientists, historians, customer service staff,
event managers, producers, designers,
conservators and photographers.

The Museum is an innovative and creative
space that inspires visitors to make sense of
who we are, how we fit in, and what we can
become. Compelling experiences, community
connections, world class research and vast
collections respond to critical issues from
climate change to cultural identity.

QUT and the Museum has a commitment to
collaborate and share a contracted
employment position for a period of three years
from the effective date of signature. The parties
intend to collaborate and share a staff member
in a number of ways to promote mutually
beneficial objectives.

Brisbane City, QLD

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