Available Job Roles

Academic Lecturer – Operations / Logistics
Full Time Permanent role

The Australian Institute of Business (AIB) is a leading higher education provider which provides accredited undergraduate, postgraduate and research qualifications in Business. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, AIB courses are offered through an Online Learning model.

You will be part of a supportive team which is focussed on achieving an outstanding student experience in a scholarly environment.

Key Responsibilities

  • Preparing/updating/reviewing learning materials, assessments and solutions to ensure a quality student learning experience
  • Providing academic guidance to, and preparing subject delivery packs for, online facilitators
  • Interacting pro-actively with students through webinars and the learning management system (e.g. forum)
  • Providing academic support to students
  • Marking and moderating assessments
  • Assessing exemption / credit transfer requests
  • Sharing and presenting knowledge and expertise internally and/or externally at conferences as required
  • Documenting face to face and telephone student interactions and updating the student system accordingly
  • Participating in the development of student service improvement initiatives
  • Supervising postgraduate research projects
  • Actively participating in AIB's Scholarship Program

You will have:

  • A PhD in the relevant discipline area
  • A strong interest in teaching (supported by a record of achievement, for example teaching awards, student feedback)
  • The ability to work independently to meet student needs and contribute to increased student satisfaction and student retention
  • A Customer Service Focus and high level communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience in teaching subjects in the discipline area in a higher education setting (including developing/updating materials, designing assessments, moderation)
  • Up-to-date discipline area knowledge (as evidenced by your record of research) and Higher Education pedagogical principles.

View the full position description at  http://www.uni-recruit.com.au/current-roles


Forward a copy of your current resume (in Word format) and a Cover Letter addressing your suitability for the role to Michael Toohey via email to michael.toohey@uni-recruit.com.au.

Confidential enquiries can also be made by phoning Michael Toohey (Principal, UniRecruit) on +61 (0)418 883 807

Risk and Audit Specialist (Health, Safety and Environment)

Categories:                   Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics
Reference Number:    11975/01
Salary:                           Total Package $130K
Location:                       Melbourne VIC
Work Type:                    Full Time
Residency:                     Must Have Residency

For A Full Job Description CLICK HERE

To explore this opportunity further in the strictest confidence, contact Steven Asnicar on
0409 141 797 quoting Reference Number 11975/01

Members, please send your available role details to admin@cilta.com.au

Advertising an Available Role:
•    Application Closing Date
•    Role Title
•    Location
•    Contact details
•    Role Description
•    Application Details
•    Related Links
Detail to take up no more than one A4 word document please.

Please note that this is a Member only opportunity. Members will be able to advertise three roles per year free of charge after this fees may occur. Non-members may apply to advertise their roles for a fee. Advertisements will appear once in the monthly newsletter and can remain online for up to three months. CILTA remains an impartial party to all advertisements and are merely a platform to advertise the detail provided. CILTA retain the right to refuse advertisement of a job role or individual availability.

Not a member but have a role you would like to advertise? Please contact admin@cilta.com.au to discuss.

University of Tasmania

Principal / Director

Australian Maritime College

The Australian Maritime College (AMC) is Australia’s national maritime institute and recognised globally as a leader in maritime research, education, training and consultancy. 

AMC offers within one organisation: an academic research, higher education and vocational education training institute covering seafarer training, maritime engineering and maritime business; Australia’s primary hydrodynamic testing facilities; a commercial arm specialising in industry short courses and marine performance evaluation; the ARC Research Training Centre for Naval Design and Manufacturing; and a nationally leading Autonomous Maritime Systems Laboratory. 

The Principal / Director is responsible for the strategic direction of AMC and enhancing its current trajectory as a world-leader in the maritime sector.  The appointee will build a reputation for excellence and position AMC to flourish through relationships and enterprise agreements with defence organisations, government departments and maritime employers in Australia and internationally. 

This position is a unique opportunity for a highly strategic, creative and visionary maritime leader with sophisticated interpersonal skills, high energy and passion for excellence.  Superior organisational skills together with a values-centred approach, high level influencing and negotiation skills and the capacity to drive new relationships, manage change and influence policy are essential for leading AMC through this period of transformation and growth.

The successful candidate will have a PhD or equivalent experience and successful senior leadership experience in a university or a large and complex maritime-related organisation.

The closing date for applications is 26 February 2018. For a confidential discussion and essential position information, please contact Jandy Godfrey, Academic Search Manager, University of Tasmania on +61 3 6226 8589 or email Jandy.Godfrey@utas.edu.au.


Please do not apply for this position online

Posted: 11/06/2019

Vacancy for: 

Guest Lecturer
MGSM893 - Supply Chain Management

Term 4 North Ryde 2019

MGSM Degree Programs

Guest lecturer for MGNT828 – Managing Supply Chains. This is a block class scheduled on 27th, 28th, 29th Sep, and 12th & 13th Oct, 2019. The proposed topics are included in the unit guide for MGSM893. This unit was taught in 2018 and the topics have not be changed.

Please find attached Unit Guide via this link


Please let me know if you might need any further information.



Kind regards,


Dr. Peter Shi

MILT, PhD (Auckland), Msc (Warwick), MBA (AUT), BEcom (Waikato)

Senior Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management


Department of Management|Faculty of Business and Economics (FBE)|
Room 164, Ground floor, No. 3 Management Drive|

Macquarie University NSW 2109, Australia

P: +61 (2) 9850 8987

M: +61 452 096 998

F:  +61 (2) 9850 9942

Skype: peter.shi123

E: peter.shi@mq.edu.au

Sectional Partners

Email: admin@cilta.com.au  | Phone: 1300 68 11 34 | Address: PO Box 3161, Caroline Springs, Vic 3023 | ABN 47 367 894 930 All rights reserved.


Follow us on

© 2020 The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, ABN 47 367 894 930  | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Website Terms | Site by Krycha.com and WebOwl.com.au