Position: Assoc. Lecturer in Botany
Thu Jan 13 10:36:00 CST 1994
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Applications are invited from both women and men for this position:
ASSOCIATE LECTURER IN BOTANY (HALF-TIME LIMITED-TERM)
(Ref: 1674) in the DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE. Duties
will mainly involve organising, demonstrating and tutoring in plant taxonomy,
evolution and anatomy at all levels.
The successful appointee will have as a minimum qualification a good BSc
(Honours) degree in Botany or a related subject and will be expected to conduct
research in plant taxonomy and evolution, which may be for the purpose of
obtaining a higher degree.
A knowledge of the South Australian flora is desirable. An ability to
demonstrate a commitment to teaching and to liase with staff and students is
The position is available from 14 March 1994. It is expected that the position
will be available for a period of three years in the first instance, and may be
available for a further two years.
Further information concerning the duties of the position may be obtained from
Professor FA Smith, Head of the Department of Botany, telephone +61 8 303 5280,
facsimile +61 8 232 3297. Information about the general conditions of
appointment and selection criteria may be obtained from the Director, Personnel
Services at the University.
Full time salary per anum: AUS$28,700 x 7 - $38,950 (a minimum of $36,285 is
payable to the holder of a PhD).
Applications in DUPLICATE, quoting reference number 1674 and giving full
personal particulars (including whether candidates hold Australian permanent
residency status), details of academic qualifications and names and addresses of
three referees should reach the Director, Personnel Services at the University
of Adelaide, South Australia 5005, Telex UNIVAD AA 89141, facsimile +61 8 303
4353 not later than 14 February 1994.
The University reserves the right to make enquiries of any person regarding any
candidate's suitability for appointment, not to make an appointment or to
appoint by invitation. THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELADIE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
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