With approximately 700 students, the School of Science offers degrees spanning the disciplines of Aquaculture, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Ecology and Biodiversity, Environmental Sciences, and Molecular and Cellular Biology.
For our Tauranga campus, the School of Science seeks candidates who have completed a PhD in Marine Chemistry, Biogeochemistry, Aquaculture Chemistry, or an equivalent field of research. Also required is an established high-quality research record, with the potential to build and lead research programmes and gain external funding. You will be able to engage actively in a number of research groups in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, including the Environmental Research Institute, as part of your research work.
You will show a commitment to excellence in teaching and will be expected to contribute to the design and delivery of teaching programmes for all levels of study in Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Aquaculture. A commitment to using innovative approaches to teaching is essential.
Salary range for Lecturers is NZ$74,034 to $89,163 per year and for Senior Lecturers (Range 1) is NZ$91,710 to $106,995 per year.
Enquiries of an academic nature should be directed to Associate Professor Joseph Lane, Assistant Dean (Academic), School of Science, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This position is fixed term for three years.
Closing date: 16 November 2018 (NZ time) Vacancy number: 380431
For more information and to apply, visit www.jobs.waikato.ac.nz
Internal Number: A48609
About University of Waikato
From modest beginnings on what was largely farmland, the University of Waikato has grown to a student population of about 13,000 of whom more than 4800 complete a qualification annually. Today the University employs 2000 academic and support staff, making a significant contribution to the local and national economy.
We are committed to delivering a world-class education and research portfolio, providing a full and dynamic university experience, distinctive in character, and pursuing strong international links to advance knowledge.
Since our earliest days we have worked closely with iwi, particularly Tainui, to make the University accessible to Maori students and to foster an environment of success. We are proud of our evolution into a truly New Zealand institution, supporting our country's nation-building policies and reflecting our nation's identity.