Who are we looking for?
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in International Taxation to join the Faculty of Business and Law, Academic Division.
This is a unique opportunity for Postdoctoral Research Fellow to play a key role within a team of academics and students investigating international tax in the digital age. You will be an active researcher with an exciting and developing profile in global tax issues that strives to create impact and change and contributes to cutting edge knowledge
Real world impact
QUT is a major Australian university with a global outlook and a ‘real world’ focus. We are an ambitious and collaborative institution that seeks to equip our students and graduates with the skills they will need in an increasingly disrupted and challenged world.
About the Academic Division
Academic Division includes the University’s faculties and research centres. It is responsible for education (learning and teaching), research, research services and support, and digital business solutions. The Academic Division is led by the Provost.
About the Faculty
QUT is committed to providing quality real-world focused teaching, research with impact, and high quality executive and professional education which is reflected across all schools within this new faculty.
The faculty is led by the Executive Dean and the Faculty Leadership Team. The schools are established around disciplines with affinities that promote integration and collaboration in teaching and research, providing a sustainable foundation upon which to build areas of strength. Its organisational structure includes:
- School of Accountancy
- School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations
- School of Economics and Finance
- School of Law
- School of Management
- QUT Graduate School of Business
Holding the triple crown of international accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA), the schools under Business have built a strong national and international reputation for excellence and impact across its portfolio of activities. The QUT Business School attracts high-quality students with more than 12,600 students studying across undergraduate and postgraduate levels in either single degrees or the increasingly popular double degree courses in conjunction with the university’s other faculties. QUT Business School also hosts university-wide executive education activities through QUTeX.
With a long and esteemed history QUT’s School of Law attracts high-quality students and delivers high-impact research that continues to make a significant and positive contribution to the ongoing development of the brand and reputation of QUT. The School of Law delivers a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, producing graduates who are in demand because of the reputation the school has built for teaching excellence. The School of Law, is also extensively involved in the delivery of commercial and continuing education programs for law professionals including practical legal training, satisfying the requirements for admission to professional legal practice. Based on this strong foundation the School of Law is well placed to make a significant impact globally capitalising on its size and building on its quality research and innovative education.
The faculty operates at the university’s Gardens Point campus. Located in the heart of the CBD, the Gardens Point campus provides the faculty with a distinct competitive advantage to provide transformative education, research and connections with industry. The Graduate School of Business also delivers the Executive MBA and MBA program at a Canberra site.
What you need to succeed
You will demonstrate:
- Completion of a doctoral qualification (or under examination/near submission for external examination) in the broad field of taxation
- Expertise in qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods studies.
- Track record of publication of research findings in peer-reviewed journals and conferences.
- Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with researchers from a multidisciplinary background.
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate with end-users and other stakeholders in the field of taxation. For example, federal governments, nongovernmental organisations, industry bodies and the profession.
- Research leadership skills, including support of research assistants and postgraduate student supervision.
Careers at QUT
Our culture is vibrant, inspiring and challenging. It’s a world where like-minds come together with a commitment to making a real world difference, no matter what the area of expertise.
Beyond personal and professional fulfilment, a career at QUT brings a broad range of tangible benefits. QUT is a high quality and flexible organisation that is proud of its excellent employment conditions which include but are not limited to:
- Parental leave provisions
- Study support encompassing leave and financial assistance
- Comprehensive professional development
- Salary Packaging
Reference number: 22779
Term: Fixed-term, full-time basis for (4) four years
Remuneration: Level B (LEVB) which has an annual remuneration range of $AUD119,829 to $AUD142,312 pa. Which is inclusive of an annual salary range of $AUD101,257 to $AUD120,255 pa, 17% superannuation and leave loading.
Job opens: 22 July 2022
Applications Close: 24-Aug-2022 at 11.30pm
At QUT, our values reflect what we believe in, and what is important to us as an organisation. They capture our strengths, our distinctiveness and sit alongside the priorities outlined in our Blueprint 6, and guide our decisions and actions.
QUT aims to inspire and shape the future with talented students and staff from diverse communities, united by our core values of Ambition, Curiosity, Integrity, Inclusiveness, and Innovation.
If you’re curious, innovative, and ready to experience what a career at QUT can offer, we’re ready to meet you. You can find out more about this role and how to apply by clicking ‘Apply’ or the link below.
View the job details at: Queensland University of Technology – Postdoctoral Research Fellow in International Taxation (nga.net.au)