Associate Professor, Brain And Hearing [NE-109]

Associate Professor, Brain And Hearing [NE-109]

17 Nov
Public Employer
Western Australia

17 Nov

Public Employer

Western Australia

5 Year Fixed Term Full time

$148,350-$163,270 (ALD) plus 17% superannuation

Curtin University is conducting an international search for an Associate Professor Brain and Hearing. This is a joint appointment and collaboration with the Ear Science Institute Australia.

Ear Science Institute

Ear Science Institute Australia – is a world class centre of excellence based in Perth Western Australia with a mission to improve the lives of those with ear, hearing and balance disorders through prevention, research, education and clinical service delivery. Twenty years on, Ear Science Institute Australia has evolved into a fully integrated medical research institute.

In this role you will;

Have overall responsibility for the research activities and leadership within the Clinical Research Group at Ear Science Institute Australia (ESIA).

Contribute to the research culture of the relevant domain within the enAble Institute.

Exceed performance and leadership in furtherance of the strategic goals of ESIA.

Deliver high-level research-based activities in the field of hearing loss, cognition, and dementia and mental health research and provide development.

Work amongst researchers and clinicians at ESIA and its Lions Hearing Clinic (LHC)

Lead the Clinical Research Group on existing and new research projects.

Recruit additional personnel, including post-doctoral scientists and students.

We are looking for someone with…

Doctoral qualification in relevant discipline. Psychiatry, Gerontology or Neuroscience preferred.

Demonstrated leadership of (integrated research) both within and across groups in academic and/or industry.

Undertake nationally and internationally competitive research within the area of dementia and hearing loss.

Established research output with an international reputation in the area of dementia and hearing loss.

Demonstrated investigations in the clinical research area. Key areas of interest are the ageing brain including cognition, hearing loss, mental health and well-being including hearing device and quality of life outcomes.

Strong leadership and mentoring skills.

High level communication and interpersonal skills.


Demonstrated leadership in a research institute or university centre.

Experience in commercialisation and business development.

Next steps

Please apply on-line with a cover letter, resume and address the above criteria on how you fulfil this to enable us to assess your suitability for the role. If you require reasonable accommodation to participate in the recruitment process please advise in your cover letter.

To view a copy of the role’s Position Description and a copy of the Candidate Brochure, please copy and paste the following link into your browser:;=44208a90-815a-41b2-a0d5-12669f2f2945

Applications close:Tuesday 15 December 2020, 9:00PM AWST

If you have a query in relation to the application process please contact our talent team on ********** or call Lisa Kirkpatrick on 08 92664292.

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