Arts teaching Expression of Interest (EOI)
The Faculty of Arts is now seeking expressions of interest for possible teaching opportunities in 2023. The work involved may include teaching (face to face, online, blended etc) and/or marking or practical exams depending on the unique requirements of the Faculty each teaching period. If you would like to register for work of this nature please refer to details below. Please note: there is no guarantee of work. You will only be contacted if a tutor coordinator wishes to pursue your registration.
Before commencing your application, ensure you have the following information:
- Contact details
- Working with Children Check / VIT Registration – DETAILS BELOW
- Qualified teaching area (maximum of 3 areas)
- Teaching experience
- Student evaluations (upload into EOI)
- Preferred Arts Teaching Unit/s (refer to relevant Area of Study link and teaching units)
- HDR Restrictions / Permission from main supervisor – DETAILS BELOW (upload into EOI)
New interested applicants also need:
- Work Eligibility – DETAILS BELOW
- Deemed Equivalence – DETAILS BELOW (upload into EOI)
- CV (upload into EOI)
You will receive a confirmation message upon submission.
Note: Applicants will only be contacted should teaching positions arise in their areas of interest and expertise where there is an appropriate match of their skill base, disciplinary background, and availability.
Registering means that you are interested and available for sessional work, but does not mean that you are employed.
The rates of pay for teaching associate staff are set out in the Monash University Enterprise Agreement (Academic and Professional Staff) 2019.
- Teaching associate sessional rates
- Teaching associate sessional rates descriptors
Additional requirements for successful applicants
Working With Children Check (WWCC)
Applicants will require a Working With Children Check (WWCC). HR will be in communication regarding the WWCC requirements.
Successful applicants will be required to provide certified copies of the following information documents to HR.
Work Rights: Certified copies
- A valid Australian passport; or
- An expired Australian passport and an Australian driver licence; or
- An Australian citizenship certificate and an Australian driver licence or photo ID; or
- An Australian birth certificate and an Australian driver licence or photo ID; or
- A certificate of evidence of Australian citizenship and an Australian driver licence or photo ID.
- A valid passport
- National Police Records Check: National Police Records Check (NPRC)
What is a certified copy? A certified copy of a document is a photocopy of the original that has been declared a true copy by an authorised person.
Who can certify documents? For a list of people authorised to certify a document, please see this list.
How to certify
- Take the original and a copy to an authorised person.
- The person will write on every page of the copy: “I have sighted the original document and certify this to be a true copy of the original.”
- The person will sign each statement and write their name and profession, for example, 'Pharmacist'
HDR restrictions on teaching
If you are currently enrolled as a HDR student, or will be enrolled in Semester 2 2023, your work commitment should not normally exceed 20 hours per week: that is you may teach a maximum of 6 hours face to face per week. This will optimally be in 1 unit, but may be in more than one unit provided the delivery and preparation time do not exceed 20 hours in total.
Teaching associate positions should not interfere with your requirement of the student to devote at least 4 weekdays to their research program (if enrolled full-time) graduate research studies. You will not be able to apply for extension to candidature using teaching associate employment reasons.
Refer to: Section 3.4 and Section 3.6 of the Doctoral Handbook, and Section 3.3 and Section 3.5 of the Masters Handbook.
TEQSA (Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency) introduced revised standards as of 1 Jan 2017 which require positions that involve teaching to have qualifications at least on AQF (Australian Qualifications Framework) level higher than the program being taught or Equivalent relevant academic and professional or practice-based experience is required.
The revised standards require universities to establish a defensible framework for assessing whether a person, who does not have the required level of qualification, can be deemed to have the equivalent to the AQF standard and to record the decision. This is only relevant to the following disciplines and will require the Arts Academic Deemed Equivalence CV be completed and uploaded within the online form.
|Undergraduate level||Graduate level|
Communications and Media|
Film and Screen Studies
Music (Composition and Music Technology)
Music (Jazz Performance)
Music (Classical Performance)
Music (Popular Music)
Critical Performance Studies
Communications and Media|
Cultural and Creative Industries
Environment and Sustainability
International Development Practice
International Sustainable Tourism Management
Interpreting and Translation Studies
Journalism and International Relations
Registration system issues:
Access HR – 9902 0400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
General School/Centre Enquiries:
For enquiries please contact:
School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics
School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies
School of Social Sciences
School of Media, Film and Journalism
Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music and Performance