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New Senior Lecturer Position in Tourism

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  • Simon Milne
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      Applications are invited for a new Lecturer/Senior Lecturer position
      in Tourism in the Faculty of Business, Auckland University of
      Technology, New Zealand. Candidates with teaching/research interests
      in any area of tourism studies are invited to apply before July 14
      2003. A completed Ph.D. (or ABD) is essential.

      The successful candidate will be expected to undertake lecturing at
      undergraduate and post-graduate levels, and to supervise students in
      the rapidly growing masters and Ph.D. programs. The new appointee will
      be expected to develop and engage in scholarly and applied research
      projects, and will be encouraged (and supported) to present and
      publish research findings. The candidate will be also attached to the
      New Zealand Tourism Research Institute - a multi-disciplinary grouping
      of tourism researchers based at AUT (see www.nztri.org).

      The business faculty at AUT has a reputation as a leading provider of
      innovative undergraduate and postgraduate education and maintains
      strong links with employers and professional bodies. The
      undergraduate business degree has an interdisciplinary core that leads
      to eight majors, including Tourism. The Master of Business programme
      also has a tourism major.

      The Tourism Group is expanding and has a total of 16 staff teaching
      on programmes that range across Diploma through to Ph.D. In the past
      year two new posts (senior lecturer and post-doc) have been filled in
      addition to the position advertised here. Further appointments are
      anticipated. AUT also has a large and well established Hospitality
      program which has close research links to tourism. Strong research
      relationships also exist between tourism and the Faculties of Science,
      Health Studies, and Arts.

      The Auckland University of Technology is New Zealand's newest
      university and has a student population of 10,000. General information
      about AUT can be found at (www.aut.ac.nz). The University is situated
      in the heart of the beautiful harbour city of Auckland (population 1.2
      million) (www.aucklandnz.com).

      For further enquiries regarding the research dimensions of the
      position contact Simon Milne, Professor of Tourism & Director, NZTRI
      (simon.milne@...). For more information on tourism teaching
      programs contact Kathy Slater, Academic Group Leader, Travel and
      Tourism Group, (kathy.slater@...). Expressions of interest,
      including CV, and names/contact details of three referees, should be
      sent electronically to Kathy and/or Simon before the July 14 closing
      date.



      Dr Simon Milne
      Associate Dean - Research,
      Professor of Tourism &
      Coordinator - NZTRI
      Faculty of Business
      Auckland University of Technology
      Private Bag 92006
      Auckland 1020
      New Zealand

      Phone: (64 9) 917 9999 ext 5780 / 5778 / 8777
      Cell phone: 021 671 232
      Fax 64 9 917 9876
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