Casual teaching opportunities
Casual academic staff members are essential to the School of Information Technology's teaching program. They assist the School in maintaining high quality teaching and learning, student satisfaction and flexibility in subject offerings.
The School offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses:
- at Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
- at Melbourne Burwood Campus
View more information on study areas and courses offered.
If you are interested in casual academic teaching and believe you have the qualifications and capability to work within our teaching teams in the following areas, we encourage you to submit an expression of interest application.
- Artificial intelligence
- Cloud computing
- Computer science
- Cyber security
- Data analytics
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- IT professional skills
- Mobile app development
- Software engineering
- Virtual and augmented reality
- Emerging technologies
- Web development
- Dev ops
- Enterprise systems
How to apply
You can submit an expression of interest in casual academic teaching with the School of Information Technology online.
What to expect
Once you've submitted your expression of interest, you should receive an automatic acknowledgement of receipt email. Please ensure that you check your junk/spam mailbox if this email doesn't arrive within one hour, usually much earlier.
The information that you provide will be kept for a maximum period of 12 months (the academic year).
Applications will be held in our casual academic register, and will be viewable by School unit chairs and campus coordinators.
When an opportunity arises, you may be contacted by the unit chair or campus coordinator to discuss your expression of interest.
Following agreement between both parties, employment documentation will be emailed to you for completion and signing.
Once documentation is submitted, you will receive confirmation of employment from the School.
Please note, an expression of interest does not guarantee that you will be employed as a casual academic staff member.
Working with Children Check
All casual academic staff who are employed to undertake teaching require a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) before they commence work.
Deakin University is required to meet Victorian Government legislation relating to child wellbeing and safety (‘child safe standards’), and as a result of this legislative requirement the University Executive made the decision that all current casual academic and professional staff whose roles involve the possible current or future contact with children and young people under 18 years (including oral, written or electronic communication) as part of their work will be required to provide the University with a current Employee Working with Children Check (WWCC).
If you would like to proceed with your application for a casual academic teaching position with the School of Information Technology, please apply apply online.
If you have any queries regarding the process, please contact the School at email@example.com.