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Casual Academic Job Register Application Form

Information for applicants

Southern Cross University is a multi-campus University which offers casual academic employment opportunities, including lecturing, tutoring and marking at all three campuses (Coffs Harbour, Lismore and Gold Coast). In addition, the University also has an extensive distance education program, in which casual academic employment opportunities arise. All applications will be considered for casual academic employment opportunities in our distance education programs regardless of which campus you indicate below.

While a number of "areas of expertise" are taught across all three campuses, there are also a number of "areas of expertise" that may only be offered at one or two campuses.

Please refer to the SCU Courses website for an indication of where opportunities may arise in your "area of expertise".

Personal details:

(Alpha-numeric up to 12 characters long)

Permanent citizen or resident?


Enter your academic qualifications including the institution and year received

Work details:



Business Management & Commerce:

Clinical Sciences:

Contemporary Music:


Environment, Science and Engineering:

Exercise Science and Sport Management:

Information Technology:

Law and Justice:




Natural and Complementary Medicine:

Nursing and Health Care Practices:


Public Health:

SCU College:

Social Sciences:

Teaching and Learning:

Tourism and Hospitality Management:

Visual Arts:

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SCU is requesting this information from you so that we can process your application for employment. Providing this information is not required by law, however our ability to assess your application may be affected if you choose not to provide it.

Your information will be treated confidentially. It will be held in HR Services and distributed electronically to those people involved in recruitment and appointment processes. It may also be used to contact your referees.

We may also use the information for statistical and reporting purposes. It may be provided in aggregated form to Australian Government Departments to comply with government reporting requirements.

When storing your personal information electronically, SCU may disclose your personal information to overseas recipients by virtue of its cloud computing arrangements. SCU's 'cloud' servers are located in Hong Kong, Singapore and Ireland and SCU is reasonably satisfied that these countries have similar privacy protections to those afforded under Australian law. SCU will not disclose your personal information to anybody else unless we are required to do so by law - for example if the information is needed in an emergency or for law enforcement purposes.

You may request access to your information at any time. To access or update your personal information, or for more information on our privacy obligations, ask to speak to our Privacy Contact Officer or email A copy of the University's Privacy Management Plan is available here: