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short-term teaching available at University of Otago: expressions of interest sought from Australia and New Zealand

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    Due to continued growth the Department of Tourism at the University of Otago has short-term teaching vacancies available second semester 2004 (July - October)
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      short-term teaching available at University of Otago:
      Due to continued growth the Department of Tourism at the University of Otago has short-term teaching vacancies available second semester 2004 (July - October) and possibly Summer School 2005 (January-February). The positions would ideally suit graduate students (Masters/PhD) who have recently completed or who are about to complete their degrees. It is expected that those appointed will contribute to lectures as well as tutorials. Areas within which teaching competency is sought include:

      tourism resorts and facilities
      tourism planning and development
      tourism impacts
      tourism in Asia/Pacific Rim and
      tourism in Europe

      Because of the short-term nature of the positions expressions of interest are sought in the first instance from citizens and residents of Australia and New Zealand. Those interested in such positions should contact the Head of Department of Tourism, Professor Michael Hall, by Friday 13th February. Please note that Professor Hall along with other members of staff, Dr. David Duval and Richard Mitchell, will be attending CAUTHE in Brisbane next week and all three will be available at that time to discuss short-term teaching opportunities.

      Any expression of interest should include an up to date cv including details of areas of teaching interest and teaching experience, copies of testimonials, details of theses and any publications, citizenship/residency details, details of qualifications (a completed masters by the time of commencement is regarded as the minimum) and copies of any teaching evaluations. These may be emailed, faxed or mailed to Professor Hall at the address below or, if you are attending CAUTHE, provided in person.
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      C. Michael Hall, Professor and Head, Department of Tourism, School of Business, University of Otago, PO Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand (street address: Clyde St)
      Tel: +64 3 479 8520, Fax: +64 3 479 9034
      Email: cmhall@...   web site: http://www.otago.ac.nz/tourism
          
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