Lecturer in Ecology of Freshwater Systems- University of Otago
Lecturer in Ecology of Freshwater Systems-1201216
DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY - UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO
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Applications are invited from ecologists to teach ecology and zoology at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and to develop a strong research programme in some aspect of the ecology of freshwater systems. Applications are especially welcomed from those with expertise in invertebrate biology. The Department of Zoology has a strong reputation in whole-organism biology, with research strengths in areas including conservation genetics, evolutionary parasitology, environmental physiology, wildlife management, neurobiology and statistical modelling, as well as in molecular, population, community, behavioural and quantitative ecology.
The position will be offered as a Confirmation Path (Tenure Track) position at the level of Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor in the North American system). An appointment at Senior Lecturer Level may be considered. The successful candidate is expected to take up duties by 1 June 2013.
The Department is committed to diversity in staffing. We encourage applications from women, Māori and other under-represented groups, and are willing to discuss flexible arrangements to support this.
Specific enquiries may be directed to Associate Professor Alison Cree, Head of Department, contact details below.
Applications quoting reference number 1201216 close on Wednesday, 31 October 2012.
Contact Alison Cree Tel: 6434797482
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Location About Dunedin
Salary Level and Range
Lecturer/ Research Fellow ($72,621 to $87,590)
Research and Teaching