ARC College of Experts 2017 Nomination Form

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ARC College of Experts 2017 Nomination Form
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All questions on this form are compulsory.
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Completed Nomination Forms, together with the completed Nomination Summary
Spreadsheet must be submitted electronically by the nominee’s primary employer (an
approved nominator or delegate), to the ARC via email at [email protected] by 5pm
(AEST) Friday 22nd July 2016. Forms are not to be sent directly to the ARC by
individual nominees. Please refer to the ARC College of Experts 2017 Nomination Kit
for further details.
Privacy note:
Information collected on this form and its attachments is collected in order to make recommendations
to the ARC’s CEO. The information collected may be passed to third parties for assessment purposes.
In other instances, information contained in this Nomination form can be disclosed without your
consent where authorised or required by law.
Current Position and Personal Details
Q.1
Title
Q.2
First name
Q.3
Second name
Q.4
Surname
Q.5
Position title
Q.6
Department
Q.7
Organisation
Q.8
Q.9
Profile link from organisation’s website
(if applicable)
Email address
Q.10
Preferred contact phone number
Q.11
Gender
Q.12
Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
origin? (Yes/No)
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Qualifications and Experience
Q.13 Nominee’s qualification/s:
Conferral
Date
AQF Level
Degree/Award
Title
Discipline/Field Awarding
Organisation
Country of Award
Q.14
Committee and assessor experience (including ARC/NHMRC or similar international
positions):
(Please use reverse chronological order – last five years)
Year
Year
Committee name
Organisation
started
finished
Additional lines/entries are able to be added to the table. No limit on number on entries
Fields of Expertise
The ARC receives Proposals from a range of scholarly fields. Many are interdisciplinary with
assessment normally sought from experts in different fields. As part of the assessment process College
Members will be expected to assess some Proposals that are not in their area of specialist expertise.
College Member’s views are valuable as they are sought on the entire project, drawing particularly on
their specialised expertise in their field and generalist knowledge in related fields.
Q.15
Main area(s) of specialised expertise:
Q.16
Main area(s) of broad and generalist discipline knowledge:
Q.17
List up to five of your principal 4-digit Field of Research (FOR) Codes for the above
expertise:
(These codes are available from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website or ABS Home
Statistics > By Catalogue Number > 12. Classifications and work manuals > 1297.0 Australian
and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008 > Contents > Fields of
Research)
4-digit FOR Code
4-digit FOR Code Name
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Interdisciplinary Expertise and/or capability
Interdisciplinary research takes many forms: it includes an individual researcher using methodologies
from an entirely different discipline, indicated by a substantially different six digit FoR code; to a
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team of researchers from different disciplines collaborating to tackle a problem; to a researcher and
end-user inventing and commercialising a new process that crosses disciplinary boundaries.
Yes/No (if No, please proceed to Q.21)
Q.18
Do you have interdisciplinary expertise and/or
capability to assess Interdisciplinary research?
Q.19
Please indicate whether your expertise is based on one or more of the following
 Project Leader of an Interdisciplinary Project
 Membership of an Interdisciplinary Project Team
 Understanding of Interdisciplinary Methodologies
Q.20
Please provide the FoR combinations for which you have interdisciplinary expertise
and/or capability
Selection Criteria
Q.21
At least four criteria must be addressed:
 Addressing criterion 1 is compulsory for nominees employed by higher education
institutions.
 There is a maximum of 150 words of text per criterion.
1. Research excellence.
Nationally and internationally recognised research achievements and expertise, as well as attracting
grants from competitive granting bodies - nominees should be at the forefront of research in their area.
This criteria is compulsory for nominees employed by a higher education institution.
2. Specialist disciplinary expertise and generalist discipline knowledge.
Specialist expertise in a relevant disciplinary research area and general disciplinary knowledge in two
or more discipline areas.
3. Professional and academic standing and reputation.
Demonstrated high level of involvement in institutional/organisational roles and professional
organisations.
4. Organisational and administrative leadership skills.
Administrative experience and leadership, committee/team skills such as forward planning skills,
advocacy skills and skills in the management of research; personal qualities of fairness, impartiality,
integrity and the ability to work effectively under tight timeframes.
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5. Relevant experience in industry or public sector organisations.
6. Experience in coordinating research activity including an understanding of the needs of end
users in higher education, business and industry, both nationally and internationally.
REFEREES
Q.19
Provide details of up to three referees who can comment on your performance against
the selection criteria. One referee must be your current supervisor:
Full name
Employment
Organisation Contact number(s)
Email address
position
NOMINATOR
Q.20
Name
Provide details of your approved nominator or delegate:
Organisation
Employment
Contact number
position
Email address
KNOWLEDGE OF PROCESS
Q.21
How did you find out about the ARC College nomination process?
(For example, ARC website, Institution, Newspaper, etc.)
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