|Subject code||Subject title and Handbook entry||Semester||Level||Mode|
|BUSA90500||Business Analytics Foundations||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP10001||Foundations of Computing||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|COMP10002||Foundations of Algorithms||Semester 1||UGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP10003||Media Computation||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|COMP20005||Engineering Computation||Semester 1||UGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP20007||Design of Algorithms||Semester 1||UGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP20008||Elements of Data Processing||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|COMP30023||Computer Systems||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|COMP30024||Artificial Intelligence||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|COMP30027||Machine Learning||Semester 1||UGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP90007||Internet Technologies||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90015||Distributed Systems||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90020||Distributed Algorithms||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90024||Cluster and Cloud Computing||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90038||Algorithms and Complexity||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90041||Programming and Software Development||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90042||Web Search and Text Analysis||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90044||Research Methods||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90048||Declarative Programming||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP90049||Introduction to Machine Learning||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90050||Advanced Database Systems||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90051||Statistical Machine Learning||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP90054||AI Planning for Autonomy||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP90059||Introduction to Programming||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP90074||Web Security||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90077||Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|COMP90082||Software Project (MIT)||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|COMP90087||Digital Ethics||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|INFO20003||Database Systems||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|INFO20005||User Interface Design||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|INFO30005||Web Information Technologies||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|INFO30009||Game Design||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|INFO90002||Database Systems & Information Modelling||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|INFO90003||Designing Novel Interactions||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|INFO90004||Evaluating the User Experience||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|INFO90010||Technology Innovation Project||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90026||Fundamentals of Information Systems||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90032||Emerging Technologies and Issues||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|ISYS90035||Knowledge Management Systems||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90036||Enterprise Systems||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|ISYS90038||IS Strategy and Governance||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90043||Enterprise Applications & Architectures||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|ISYS90045||Professional IS Consulting||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90048||Managing ICT Infrastructure||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90049||Digital Business Analysis||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90050||IT Project and Change Management||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|ISYS90051||Impact of Digitisation||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|ISYS90069||eHealth & Biomedical Informatics Systems||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90076||IT Infrastructure for eHealth||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90077||Designing Digital Health Solutions||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90081||Business Process Management||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|ISYS90112||Business Process Modelling and Analysis||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|MAST90106||Data Science Project Pt1||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|SWEN20003||Object Oriented Software Development||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|SWEN30006||Software Modelling and Design||Semester 1||UGS||Online|
|SWEN90004||Modelling Complex Software Systems||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|SWEN90009||Software Requirements Analysis||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|SWEN90010||High Integrity Systems Engineering||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|SWEN90013||Masters Advanced Software Project||Semester 1||PGS||Dual delivery|
|SWEN90016||Software Processes and Management||Semester 1||PGS||Online|
|Key responsibility||Detail||Tutor||Head tutor||Demonstrator|
|Content Knowledge||Develop a comprehensive understanding of the content, including voluntary attendance of subject lecture to enhance understanding if desired by tutor/demonstrator||Included||Included||Included|
|Tutorial Preparation||Prepare tutorial material||Included||Included||Not applicable|
|Tutorial Preparation||Assist Coordinator with the development of teaching materials (eg, tutorial/lab exercises and sample solutions)||By request of Coordinator||Included||Not applicable|
|Tutorial delivery||Deliver one initial and at least one repeat tutorial for the subject for each week that tutorials are delivered in semester||Included||Included||Not applicable|
|Tutorial Admin||Handle requests for project extensions and record extensions granted only with the approval of the Subject Coordinator||By request of Coordinator||Included||Not applicable|
|Demonstrating||Supporting students in practical lab and workshop-style sessions; answering technical questions and supporting the students in problem-solving||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator||Included|
|Student Consultation||Consultation with students (face to face and online) related to tutorial content, including monitoring the LMS discussion board and responding to tutorial/content-related queries (this should happen at the time of, or in the same week as, the tutorial)||Included||Included||Not applicable|
|Tutorial Related Marking||All marking related to the tutorial - this is marking that is undertaken within the tutorial hour, or marking of work that was undertaken and completed in the tutorial hour||Included||Included||Not applicable|
|Assignment and Exam Marking||Marking that was not performed in the tutorial hour or on work that was not completed in the tutorial hour must be paid as additional standard marking||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator|
|Assessment||Work with the Subject Coordinator on assignments (testing, proofreading, etc) and assist them in developing project marking guidelines||By request of Coordinator||Included||By request of Coordinator|
|Assessment||Assist subject coordinator to set up the infrastructure to support marking and tutorials, eg, writing code to help mark an assignment||By request of Coordinator||Included||By request of Coordinator|
|Assessment||Print and distribute student submissions to casual staff for marking, collect marked projects from casual staff and collate marks||By request of Coordinator||Included||By request of Coordinator|
|Teamwork||Regular communication with Subject Coordinator and Head Tutor||Included||Included||Included|
|Management||Support Subject Coordinator in the recruitment of casual tutors through CTRS (Casual Tutor Recruitment System)||Not applicable||Included||Not applicable|
|Management||Communicate regularly with the Subject Coordinator, arrange regular meetings with tutor staff||Not applicable||Included||Not applicable|
|Exam Invigilation||Invigilation for the mid-semester test (if applicable)||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator|
|Lecture Attendance||Mandatory lecture attendance requested||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator|
|Meeting Attendance||Mandatory meeting attendance requested||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator||By request of Coordinator|
Applicants must be able to demonstrate appropriate academic background: typically we would expect an undergraduate degree with studies in the appropriate fields, plus suitable postgraduate qualifications or current admission in a postgraduate course in those fields. Applicants must demonstrate good organisation, communication and presentation skills. Professional experience in the field is also encouraged.
Your subject preference may be used by the assessors when making their selection. Contact the subject coordinator to discuss your preference to teach in the subjects you are applying for, if you are concerned that the preference may disadvantage you.
If you would like to find out more about the specific skills required to teach in a subject or the subject content, consult the subject entry in the University Handbook or contact the subject coordinator directly.
Information relating to the University’s salary policy.
Before you apply
The 2021 Handbook is now live and available to be viewed.
Check tutorial/class times via the Handbook for the specific subject you are intending to apply for, to see if they match your availability.
The School of Computing and Information Systems will have the majority of their offering online for Semester 1 2021, however some subjects will have in-person classes.
All applicants for casual positions should double check the mode of delivery for their intended subjects prior to applying, to ensure they are able to work within the allocated environment.
All casual staff members:
- Must be currently located/based in Australia.
- Are required to have a valid Working With Children Check in place (or are in the process of obtaining one) prior to accepting their contract.
Submitting an application
If you are interested in working within the School of Computing and Information Systems as a tutor or demonstrator, please create a user account in CTRS (Casual Tutor Recruitment System), the University’s application portal for casual staff, and lodge an application during the application period.
If you have taught at the School before, please update your details in the system and put in an application for the subjects you intend to apply for this coming semester. Applicants must apply for each teaching period in which they wish to tutor.
- You can search the Handbook to find out more about specific subjects and find subject coordinator details.
- If you have used the system before, you can log directly into the applications system.
Required information and documentation
- An updated Curriculum Vitae
- Academic results if you have not previously taught at the School
- Subject specific questions: There may be a number of selection questions which will have to be answered by the applicant. Not all subjects have subject specific questions.
|20 January 2021||Applications open|
|12 February 2021||Applications close|
|12 February 2021||Assessment of applications begin
Applications are assessed by the subject coordinator(s). To follow up your application status, please email the subject coordinator listed in the subject’s Handbook entry.
|From 15 February 2021||Subject Coordinators allocate tutorials
Subject Coordinators can allocate tutors to tutorials.
|From 22 February 2021||Outcomes announced
Outcomes to be emailed to applicants, contracts issued to those who are successful. Based on enrolment numbers, waitlisted candidates may receive successful outcomes weekly up until Week 3 of the semester.
|From 22 February 2021||Tutors access Welcome Pack
Tutors can access the digital welcome pack which provides information on the inductions for staff.
|26 February 2021||Inductions for sessional staff
If you have not attended an induction session before, this is compulsory. If you have attended a prior session please do not register again.
|1 March 2021||Semester 1 2021 teaching commences|