Jobs and Vacancies at Crawford University

Welcome to the University’s Job Pages. We employ a diversity of people to support our world-renowned reputation and facilities for teaching and research. If you require any technical assistance with accessing or using the Job Pages or the University’s online recruitment system, please contact the Crawford University Personnel team of the Registry for help: personnel@crawforduniversity.edu.ng.

Preparing and submitting a job application

Please note that Crawford University  (CRU) advertises all of its vacancies on our current vacancies page. In addition to this you may also see our advertisements in local, national and international press as well as various targeted online outlets however applications are only accepted if lodged via CRU’s website.

Before you apply

Crawford University encourages you to apply for roles that are relevant to your experience, skills, qualifications and interests. Before applying for a role you should:

  • Review the job advertisement and position statement to gain a broad understanding of the role
  • Decide if your experience and skills will enable you to successfully achieve the Key Responsibilities of the role
  • Decide if you meet the Qualifications and Experience required for the role
  • Consider if the position is aligned with your own personal goals and values.

How to apply

Once you have identified a suitable position click ‘Apply Now’ and complete the online application form. Address all of the mandatory questions, attach relevant documentation, then click “Submit” to send your application to us.

Once submitted you will receive an auto acknowledgement via email to confirm that the application has been successfully submitted. If you do not receive a reply please check that the correct contact details have been provided. If you are still having problems please notify our job applications team.

Your online application should consist of no more than 3 attachments in total (preferably PDF format), providing:

  • A CV/resume detailing your education, professional qualifications and work history/experience. You may also wish to include a cover letter
  • A statement of responses that address the selection criteria for the position
  • International applicants must also include validating documentation with their application that confirms their current right to work in Australia for the term of the advertised position unless otherwise stated.

Preparing your CV/resume

Your resume (also known as curriculum vitae or CV) is a snapshot summarising your qualifications, experience, skills, qualities and key accomplishments / achievements.

A resume needs to be clear, concise and neatly organised with content relevant to the role you are applying for and should be 2-3 pages in length.

Some headings you could include are:

  • Personal details (your name and contact details)
  • Skills summary
  • Education
  • Professional development
  • Employment experience
  • Selected key achievements
  • Interests
  • Referees – 2 or 3 is preferable and you should include your current direct manager/supervisor whenever possible.

Additionally, for Academic positions you should also provide information on your:

  • current and proposed research interests, achievements, projects
  • publication summary
  • courses taught and students supervised
  • academic distinctions, medals, awards etc.