[Taxacom] Lincoln University Lecturer in Entomology - new position
John.Marris at lincoln.ac.nz
Wed Sep 16 20:47:37 CDT 2009
Lecturer in Entomology - Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand
The position of Lecturer in Entomology is a newly established opportunity at Lincoln University. As a member of the
permanent academic staff of the University, the appointee will be a member of the Bio-Protection Research Centre
which is a Government funded Centre of Research Excellence hosted by Lincoln University
The successful appointee must have:
* A PhD in Entomology, plant protection relating to insects, insect ecology, insect molecular ecology or insect
* A commitment to leadership in research and teaching
* A proven record of achievement in research in an entomological discipline as it relates to one or more of
the following areas: ecosystem services, ecology, molecular ecology, pest management, biological control,
bioinformatics and taxonomy
* Evidence of good quality research publications
* Experience in postgraduate supervision
* The ability to establish strong rapport with stakeholder groups who are concerned with sustainable bioprotection
Start date for this position is negotiable.
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Alison Stewart, Centre Director (alison.stewart at lincoln.ac.nz).
Further information and how to apply for vacancy number 09-59 is available on our website (www.lincoln.ac.nz).
Alternatively, please contact Human Resources on 325 3687. Electronic applications are welcome and should be
accompanied by a covering letter, application form and CV.
Applications should be received by 4 pm on Sunday 18 October 2009.
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Equal Opportunity in Education and Employment
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