Working at UniSA

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    Working at UniSA

    Develop a rewarding and enriching career.
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  • Associate Profesor David Beattie

    Associate Professor David Beattie, Ian Wark Research Institute

    "I get to create things and make a difference; what more could I ask for?"

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  • Dr Stephen Boyle

    Dr Stephen Boyle: Associate Head of School Management, Division of Business

    "The friendship and camaraderie you find here is something quite special"

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Here at UniSA, we work hard to create a unique working environment.

As a relatively young player in the education space, we aren’t bound by the traditions and practices of your typical sandstone university.

Working for UniSA gives you the chance to go further in an environment centred on learning with a strong commitment to educating professionals, sharing knowledge and engaging with our communities.  

It is this vision that has helped us become a national leader in collaborative research and innovation. With over 2,500 academics and professionals already experiencing the difference, isn’t it time you did too? 

Benefits on offer

Services and facilities to support you and your family, competitive remuneration and a strong emphasis on work life balance are just some of the benefits of working with us.

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A career at UniSA

Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned academic, you will enjoy inspiring work with talented colleagues.

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How to apply

If you would like to apply for a role with UniSA, you will find all the info you need right here.

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Got a question?

Let us help you answer any questions you may have about working at UniSA.

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Our Human Resources Unit

Find out more about our great HR team and the vital role they play within UniSA’s strategic leadership and recruitment process.

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Areas of study and research

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