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  • Neil Carr
    Apologies for multiple postings but please find below details of an academic vacancy in the Department of Tourism at the University of Otago. If you have any
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 11, 2010
    Apologies for multiple postings but please find below details of an academic vacancy in the Department of Tourism at the University of Otago. If you have any queries about this position please contact Professor James Higham (james.higham@...). The attached document provides additional information for potential candidates


    Te Whare Wananga o Otago


    Dunedin, New Zealand


     Lecturer or Senior Lecturer

    (Confirmation Path)





    The Department of Tourism (School of Business) at the University of Otago invites applications for an academic vacancy at the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level. Outstanding applicants may be considered for appointment at the level of Associate Professor. This vacancy offers applicants the opportunity to join the staff of the well established and internationally recognised Department of Tourism, at the University of Otago - New Zealand’s top ranked university for research (http://www.otago.ac.nz/research/pbrf/index.html).

    Applicants for the position of Lecturer must hold a PhD in tourism or a related field and have a demonstrated ability to publish in peer reviewed outlets, including mid to high quality academic journals. Teaching experience and a capacity to supervise undergraduate and postgraduate student research are also central to the position being advertised. Those seeking appointment at the level of Senior Lecturer must hold a PhD and have a demonstrated record of publication in high quality academic journals, as well as excellent teaching and supervision experience.

    The University of Otago is located in the city of Dunedin (South Island, Aotearoa/New Zealand). Dunedin offers an outstanding quality of life, temperate climate, and close proximity to Queenstown, Central Otago Lakes, ski fields and New Zealand’s alpine National Parks.

    The preferred starting date for the successful applicant will be January 2011 (start date will be open to negotiation).

    Specific enquiries may be directed to Professor James Higham, Head of Department, Email james.higham@...

    Applicants may wish to visit the Department’s website www.otago.ac.nz/tourism

    Applications quoting reference number A10/60 close on Monday 16 August 2010.



    Application Information


    Send applications to the Human Resources Division, Email job.applications@..., Fax 03 479 8279.  With each application, please include an application form, an EEO information form, a covering letter and your curriculum vitae.  The forms and a full job description are available at www.otago.ac.nz/jobs   Alternatively, contact the Human Resources Division, Tel 03 479 8269, Email job.applications@...


    Equal opportunity in employment is University policy.


    E tautoko ana Te Whare Wananga o Otago i te kaupapa

    whakaorite whiwhinga mahi.




    DO NOT send original documents in support of your application - copies are adequate and preferred.  Documents will not be returned.


    Please complete a separate application form and include a separate copy of your curriculum vitae and supporting documents for each vacancy you wish to apply for.


    For ease of processing and to avoid cost and waste, we ask that applications are not presented in folders.

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