Register as a Casual Academic
Thank you for your interest in working with Charles Sturt University as a casual/sessional academic.
Charles Sturt employs casual/sessional academics each year to assist us in providing quality learning experiences and outcomes for our students. As a University that has embraced on-line learning, our workforce is increasingly required to work with a range of technology tools for example, paperless marking and online meeting and collaboration spaces. This is particularly important because our campuses and students are located across Australia and internationally.
In most cases casual academic staff are employed to undertake lectures, tutorials and marking. If you are passionate about helping students to achieve, are qualified at AQF Level 8 or above, comfortable working with a range of tools and prepared to work ad-hoc hours then we would encourage you to register your interest. You only need to register once, even if you are interested in working across multiple schools or disciplines.
If you are experiencing difficulties submitting your application via our online system please contact the Division of People and Culture for assistance.
How do I register my interest?
To lodge an expression of interest to work as a casual/sessional academic with us, you must complete the online registration process. You will be asked to provide us with a range of personal details and upload your CV, relevant qualifications, professional registration and other associated documents. We recommend you scan all documents to be uploaded prior to commencing the registration process. You will also be asked to submit details of referees.
Registering your interest does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made. Your application will be considered and assessed for suitability within 6 weeks of submission and you will be notified of the outcome. Sessional staff must hold an Australian bank account to work for Charles Sturt.
How will my personal information and details be handled?
Your application will be treated with utmost respect and confidentiality and will be managed in accordance with the University’s Privacy Management Plan and standard recruitment processes. Your details will only be available to members of our People and Culture team and the Academic and Professional staff within the relevant Faculty assessing your application. If you receive an offer of employment, your personal information will be used for routine appointment processes. Where an offer is not made within 12 months of determination of eligibility, your personal details and documents will be securely destroyed.