Exciting job opportunity on an ARC-funded feedback literacy project

Job Opportunity with CRADLE – Associate Research Fellow

This is an exciting opportunity to join Deakin University as an Associate Research Fellow with CRADLE working on the Australian Research Council Discovery Project “Feedback literacy for effective learning at university and beyond”. This four-year international project is funded by the ARC until 2027.

In this role you will work with international leaders in feedback research to help university students develop their ‘feedback literacy’. You will support all research activities associated with the project in close consultation with the chief investigators.

The role is part-time (0.5FTE) and will be based at Deakin Downtown in Melbourne. An exciting addition to the role is that, if eligible, you could be supported to undertake a PhD in a related topic on a part time basis.

The Project

This project aims to develop strategies and frameworks that help learners make the most of feedback across their studies and into their working lives. Using behaviour change techniques from the health and social sciences, and longitudinal research methods, the project expects to develop ways to support students and graduates to seek out and use feedback.

Expected outcomes of this project include evidence-informed strategies that individuals and institutions can use to develop life-long capabilities to make the most of feedback.

Apply Now

Apply now! Applications for this role close on June 2 at 11.55pm

Further information

For more information on the role, the project, and working at Deakin, please download the position description. Or contact the project lead Professor Phill Dawson to find out more.

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