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Jobs at Monash Business School, Monash University

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Monash Business School, Melbourne, is looking for outstanding academics to join our world-class team. As Australia’s largest Business School with an international reputation for quality teaching and research, we offer a responsive, relevant and challenging intellectual environment that supports academic excellence.

Our commitment to excellence is proven through our world-class research outputs and contemporary and engaging teaching practices. We have a vibrant research culture and engage with industry to drive and deliver relevant research projects.

With triple accreditation from three of the most influential bodies in business education – AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA – Monash stands among the top 1% of business schools in the world and the only member of the Group of Eight ( a coalition of world-leading research intensive Australian universities) to have achieved this standard.

If you’ve forged a rewarding academic career so far, we have a number of roles on offer that could be the perfect platform to take your career to the next level.

As part of the Monash Business School academic team, you’ll have access to some of the best minds in the field, quality research facilities, infrastructure and teaching spaces, along with opportunities to collaborate internationally.

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Live and Work in Melbourne

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  • Liveable Melbourne

    You will be living in Melbourne – ranked as the most liveable city in the world seven years in a row by the Economist Intelligence Unit. The city is renowned for its arts and culture, vibrant nightlife and extensive café and restaurant scene. Melbourne also boasts outstanding outdoor and sporting activities, beautiful, safe beaches and easy access to award winning wine regions, internationally renowned surf beaches and the ski resorts of the Victorian high country. Melbourne is a welcoming and exciting place in which to live and work.

  • Shopping and Fashion

    Welcome to the fashion capital of Australia! The city is packed with independent boutiques, designer labels and flagship stores, providing something for everyone’s spending habits. Venture down famous laneways and into sleek pop-ups stores of some of the city’s most famous designers such as PER-TIM, FME Apparel and PAGEANT.

  • Restaurants and Bars

    Melbourne is a culinary hotspot offering everything from burger bars to Michelin Star Restaurants. As a melting pot of cultures, the city is bustling with serious foodies from all over the world. Explore the culinary precincts around the city famous for Italian, Vietnamese, Lebanese, Greek and so much more, not to mention Chinatown in the heart of the CBD for the best dumplings!

  • Sport, Arts and Culture

    Melbourne is buzzing with cutting-edge arts and culture, and is a hotspot for Australian sports fans. The Southbank precinct features The Arts Centre, Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC), the Malthouse theatre, Recital Centre and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). Federation Square delves into audio visual innovations at ACMI and you can discover historic Aboriginal art at the Ian Potter Centre NGV. You can witness sports fever spread between March and September as Australian Rules Football (AFL) takes over the sports scene. Attend some of the country’s top sporting events at Melbourne Park, MCG and AAMI Park, including the world famous Australian Open Tennis tournament in January each year – all located just 15 minutes walking distance from the CBD.

  • Beaches

    Head on down to one of Melbourne's stunning beaches to relax in the summer sun. Some of our favourites are; St Kilda Beach - a wide, sandy beach popular for swimming and a host of other water sports; Port Melbourne Beach - a sandy escape close to central Melbourne with nearby playgrounds, walking paths and bicycle routes; Brighton Beach - a long stretch of beaches most famous for its colourful bathing boxes against the Melbourne skyline.

  • Further Afield

    Melbourne provides easy access to each of Victoria’s regions, packed with unique visitor delights. Head to the Dandenong Ranges to explore scenic mountain villages and the rolling countryside of the Yarra Valley wine region. If skiing takes your fancy then a trip up the Australian Alps should be on your list for a thrill-seeking adventure. Alternatively, a chilled scenic drive along the Great Ocean Road viewing the 12 Apostles and pristine view at Loch Ard Gorge will help you escape the bustle of the city. No matter your taste, Victoria has you covered!