Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at Otago, New Zealand
We are offering an opportunity for an academic appointment in Mathematics at the Lecturer or Senior-Lecturer level. The U.S. equivalent level of appointment is Assistant Professor (Lecturer) and Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer).
We welcome applications from candidates with research expertise in any area of Mathematics. Research areas of current Mathematics staff include harmonic analysis, fractional calculus with applications, functional analysis, graph theory, mathematical biology, mathematical physics, polar-marine physics, algebraic combinatorics and stochastic PDE.
The University of Otago is one of New Zealand’s most research-intensive universities. The University values research and research-informed teaching, and teaching assignments and loads are structured accordingly. The University is located in the vibrant southern city of Dunedin, gateway to the beautiful Otago region of New Zealand. We encourage academics to establish and maintain international research connections, and we support this with generous research and study leave.
Skills and Experience
Candidates for this position should have a PhD in Mathematics, a demonstrated commitment to ongoing mathematical research with a potential to develop a research program of international repute, and demonstrated success and/or aptitude in teaching Mathematics. The successful applicant will be capable of teaching the full range of our Mathematics courses at the undergraduate level, from first-year to Honours courses, and will supervise postgraduate research students.
The position will be offered as a confirmation-path (tenure track) position at the level of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor (Lecturer) and Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in the North American system).
Further details on the position, the university and the application procedure can be found on the university website at specified URL.
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