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Multiple Opportunities, Monash Indonesia

By December 11, 2020Uncategorised

Monash Indonesia campus

Monash is a university of transformation, progress and optimism. In establishing the Monash Indonesia campus the University is continuing its commitment to being a truly global university. This new Monash campus joins a dynamic network alongside the highly successful Monash University Malaysia, as well as their partnered campuses in Suzhou, China and Mumbai, India.

This is a unique chance to be part of a pioneering development that will contribute to the well-being of Indonesia and the region. The establishment team will deliver innovative postgraduate and post-professional education and develop research; both teaching and research will be applied locally in partnership and collaboration.

Monash Indonesia will be transdisciplinary with overlap between its fields of specialisation. Teaching and research will be in the fields of:

  • business innovation
  • urban design
  • public health innovation
  • data science
  • and public policy,

in ways that are applied to critical local themes such as urban futures, sustainability and digitisation.

We are recruiting for the following positions in each of the research fields:

  • Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Assistant Professor

And for the following Professional positions:

  • Educational Technology and Design Manager
  • Senior Officer, Community Engagement
  • Graduate Admissions Advisor

To learn more about these opportunities, visit https://www.monash.edu/indonesia-recruitment

For a confidential discussion, prospective candidates should contact the team lead by Dr Rosalind De Sailly and Dr Santi Dharmaputra at Monash-Indonesia@desailly.com.au

Further reading and resources

To learn more about how joining Monash Indonesia will put academics into an emerging tech ecosystem, with opportunities for applied research and education in all these fields and more, see our article here

For more about living and working in the Monash Indonesia campus location in BSD, see here