Positions available at University of Canterbury, New Zealand: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Marketing (A212-08S)
- The following permanent positions at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, may be of interest to those in tourism.
The Department of Management is seeking to make up to two appointments in Marketing to make a significant contribution to research, teaching and supervision.
Position Overview Reference No: A212-08S
Closing Date: 2 August 2008
The University of Canterbury is one of New Zealands leading research-intensive universities located in a city with substantial research and lifestyle opportunities. Frequently well ranked in surveys of the worlds most liveable cities, Christchurch offers a high quality cultural, recreational and retail amenities with easy access to attractive beaches, vineyards and alpine ski-fields.
The Department of Management is seeking to make up to two appointments in Marketing to make a significant contribution to research, teaching and supervision. The Marketing group, a strong supportive team within the Department of Management, seeks to appoint staff with teaching interests in the areas of consumer behaviour, principles of marketing, strategy and international marketing, although opportunities for successful candidates to develop their own areas of teaching interests will be provided. The Marketing group has an interest in the area of sustainable consumption and candidates who can contribute to the further development of this research theme are encouraged to apply.
Applicants must indicate at which level(s) of appointment they wish to be considered. As there are up to two positions available the University will not make appointments at all the above mentioned levels. For further information about the Department of Management please visit www.mang.canterbury.ac.nz.
Relevant teaching experience is expected and you may be required to teach at both under graduate and postgraduate levels. You will be required to provide supervision of higher degree research and honours theses. Opportunities will also be available to engage in MBA project supervision. The Department and College are currently in the process of developing new graduate level qualifications. Completion or near completion of a PhD in a relevant area is required at the level of Lecturer and a completed PhD is essential for the position of Senior Lecturer. Candidates with demonstrated relevant experience in industry and/or not for profit organisations, in addition to teaching and research experience are also encouraged to apply. A strong commitment to research is expected. Academic questions may be directed to either Associate Professor Kevin Voges, Head of Department, by telephone (+64 3 364 2987 ext 7239), email (kevin.voges@...) or to Professor C. Michael Hall by telephone (+64 3 364 2987 ext 8612) or email (michael.hall@...).
The University offers excellent research support including conference travel, balanced teaching loads, and study leave funding. The University will also assist with relocation expenses for the successful applicant.
A position description may be downloaded from our website: http://vacancies.canterbury.ac.nz. Applications, quoting Reference No A212-08S, and a statement addressing the position criteria should be submitted on-line by Sunday, 2 August 2008. Queries regarding the application process should be emailed to hr_bsec@....
The University of Canterbury is located in Christchurch, the largest city on New Zealands South Island, renowned for its temperate climate and enviable proximity to marine, alpine and other recreational activities (www.christchurch.org.nz). The University is a public University with approximately 17,000 students and is in the top-three ranking tertiary institutions in the country for the quality of its research output under the PBRF scheme. It offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Commerce. These include a B.Com, Graduate Diploma in Management, Honours and Masters degrees, an AMBA-accredited MBA, and a PhD programme.
Professor C. Michael Hall, PhD.
Department of Management, College of Business & Economics, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch, New Zealand
Phone +64 3 364 2987 ext 8612 or Sec.: +64 3 364 2606
Dept. Fax +64 3 364 2020
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