Jobs

School of Physics Jobs

Jobs in the School of Physics can span teaching, research, technical, and administrative.  

When positions become available, they will be announced here and on the UNSW main jobs page on https://www.jobs.unsw.edu.au.

Casual Teaching Jobs Available

Casual teaching assistants and laboratory demonstrators are recruited once a year, usually in January. 

A general overview of the applicant criteria and the selection process are set below. The School of Physics invites expressions of interest from enthusiastic and suitably qualified people.

Some labs will be offered in face to face mode. There will also be online versions of the labs, requiring synchronous, online sessions. Marking of at-home and online labs is also required.

Applicants must have:

  • Some practical experience in areas relevant to First Year Physics;
  • Completed at least two years of a Science or Engineering degree;
  • Preference will be given to applicants currently undertaking an Honours or PhD in Physics at UNSW Sydney.

Hours:

Up to 10 hours per week from 9:00 am -7:00 pm Monday-Friday, Weeks 3-10 in Term 1. First Year labs start in Week 3 of Term 1.

Selection for new candidates:

  • If your qualifications are suitable you will be invited to attend a 30 minutes test and interview.
  • If you are selected, you will need to attend Induction & Training Workshop for Laboratory Demonstrators. 

E: s.hagon@unsw.edu.au

Most labs will be offered in face to face mode, but there may also be some online synchronous lab support offered.

Applicants must have:

  • Some practical experience in areas relevant to Higher Year Physics;
  • Science or Engineering degree;
  • Preference will be given to applicants currently undertaking an Honours or PhD in Physics in Term 1 at UNSW Sydney.

Hours:

3-4 hours per week from 9:00 am -6:00 pm Monday-Friday, Weeks 1-10 in Term 1, 2021. Higher Year labs start in Week 1 of Term 1.

Selection for new candidates:

If your qualifications and experience are suitable for the above positions, you will be invited to attend an interview with the relevant staff before the start of the session.

Contact: Susan Hagon, School Manager at:

E: s.hagon@unsw.edu.au

Applicants must have:

  • Knowledge of Physics relevant to PHYS1110, PHYS1160 and GENS4015 courses
  • Science or Engineering degree.

Hours:

40 hours per term for PHYS1110; 48 hours per term for PHYS1160; 30 hours per term for GENS4015, within weeks 1-11 in Term 1.

Selection for new candidates:

If your qualifications and experience are suitable for the above positions, you will be invited to attend an interview with the relevant staff before the start of the session.

Contact: Susan Hagon, School Manager at:

E: s.hagon@unsw.edu.au