Monash U Malaysia Job: Communication & Media Studies

Job adsMonash University Malaysia invites applications for the position of Professor or Associate Professor in Communication and Media Studies in the School of Arts and Social Sciences. Established in 2008, the School has built its strength in the disciplines of International Studies, Anthropology, Communication and Media Studies, Gender Studies, Literature, Film and Television Studies. It aspires to develop a strong record of interdisciplinary collaboration through its research strength, Social Transformation in Southeast Asia.

The ideal candidate will be an eminent scholar with the academic credentials to be appointed as Professor or Associate Professor in Communication and Media Studies at a leading research university. We particularly seek scholars who have the capacity to provide strong academic leadership of the discipline and who have a research focus on Southeast Asia. The responsibilities will include curriculum revitalisation, course coordination at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and supervision and mentoring of junior academic staff.

The successful candidate will lead, grow and develop the future of the discipline in consultation with other academics and key stakeholders. Key research responsibilities will be to provide leadership in the school’s research strength, Social Transformation in Southeast Asia, enhance HDR students’ enrolment and completions, and further links with diverse constituencies to obtain external competitive grants to improve the research profile of the School.

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