Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellows, RMIT University, Australia

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Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, RMIT Research & Research Training is global, partnered and making a difference.

RMIT University is a global university of technology and design with its heart in the city of Melbourne, Australia. RMIT University has an international reputation for excellence in industry engagement with established educational and research partnerships through the Asia-Pacific region.


  • $88,874 - $102,480 p.a. + 17% super
  • Plus $50,000 over 4 years in support
  • Full-time, 4 year fixed term contract

Research staff at RMIT University are based in Schools and our Research Institutes and Centres provide focus and support for outcome-related, multi disciplinary research that is undertaken in collaboration with leading organisations and industry partners. These partners ensure our research outcomes make a difference.

The Vice Chancellor`s Senior Research Fellowship is a competitive scheme seeking researchers with an excellent track record in leading and undertaking high quality research in an area aligned to our strategic research concentrations. To be suitable for these Senior Research Fellowships, you will have a PhD and outstanding research experience. You will have proven ability to provide research leadership, develop industry networks and manage collaborative industry partnered research projects in a global environment.

Each Vice Chancellor`s Senior Research Fellowship comes with AUS$50,000 over 4 years to support the achievement of individual research goals. RMIT University will also assist with your move to Melbourne, providing visa and basic relocation support.

For further information about the RMIT Vice-Chancellor`s Senior Research Fellowships please visit

To view a position description and apply please visit quoting reference 545014 (VC Snr Fellows).

Applications Close 5 December 2010.

Contact Detail:
Vicki Lazaridis

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently.


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