Associate Professor, Medical Imaging


Associate Professor, Medical Imaging

Bruce, Canberra

University of Canberra

Associate Professor, Medical Imaging

The University of Canberra

The University of Canberra is a young University anchored in the national capital and works with government, business, and industry to serve our communities and nation. The University of Canberra challenges the status quo; always pursuing better ways to teach, learn, research, and add value – locally and internationally.

Our purpose is to provide education which offers high quality transformative experiences; to engage in research which makes a difference to the world around us; and to contribute to the building of just, prosperous, healthy, and sustainable communities


The Discipline of Medical Radiation Science at the University of Canberra is seeking applicants for an Associate Professor position who would relish the opportunity to develop and lead educational and research programs in medical imaging. Current research directions include the study of digital imaging, radiation dose optimisation, and professional and educational practice. The successful applicant will mentor and support other researchers and academics. The Associate Professor will develop and maintain effective relationships with relevant professional and professional bodies, and other key stakeholders locally, nationally and internationally.

The position may also serve in the role of Discipline Lead. Discipline leaders provide expert disciplinary input into the strategy and operations of the faculty and represent the faculty externally with professional bodies and partners. They lead the staff in their discipline to contribute maximally to the achievement of the University’s strategic plan, enact the University’s values and to work collaboratively as a team. Discipline leaders ensure accreditation standards are met and courses are delivered in accordance with university policies and procedures. Discipline leaders are the supervisors for academic staff in their discipline


  • PhD in medical imaging (or a related field);
  • Applicants should hold current registration with AHPRA as a medical radiation practitioner in
  • A track record of internationally recognised research publications, higher degree research student
    supervision and success in securing grant funding;
  • A demonstrated ability to inspire students with outstanding teaching and learning (essential);
  • Evidence of mentoring and supervising early to mid-career academics;
  • High level interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate and establish effective
    relationships with staff, students and industry stakeholders; and
  • Clinical experience in medical imagin

Enquiries to: Please contact the UOC Talent Acquisition team on 02 6206 3867 or email

Closing date: Monday, 26 June 2023

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