Mō te tūka | The role
Provide teaching, research and supervision based in Geospatial and Computing Technologies Group as part of the School of Landscape Architecture.
Based in Geospatial and Computing Technologies Group as part of the School of Landscape Architecture (SoLA), this position is to further the pursuit and acquisition of knowledge and understanding of Geospatial Technologies within the School of Landscape Architecture and the Faculty of Environment, Society and Design, by:
- Initiating, developing and conducting high quality research, collaborating with others inside and outside the university.
- Advancing and enhancing the teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
- Contributing to the supervision of postgraduate students’ research.
- Contributing to the wider functioning of the University.
- Add to extension and other professional activities related to the discipline.
SoLA is home to the Landscape Architecture and Geospatial & Computing disciplines establishing the first Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees in Landscape Architecture in Aotearoa New Zealand
This is a permanent full time role working 37.5 hours per week based at our Lincoln campus. Remuneration range is set at Lecturer: Grade A6, NZ$84,340 – NZ$91,503 per annum.
Kā tino Pūkeka/Whēako | Essential skills/experience for the role
To be successful in this role you will need:
- A completed PhD in a relevant field.
- A developing record of scholarly research and publication and/or creative work
- A research agenda or trajectory in a specific area of interest
- Demonstrated evidence of successful undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at tertiary level
- Demonstrated evidence of good oral and written communication skills
- Good interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work with students and staff from a diverse range of backgrounds
Mō mātou | About us
As the longest-running land-based university in the Southern Hemisphere, Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki | Lincoln University is here to enhance and enrich lives, growing the knowledge of our students so they can shape a world that benefits from a greater understanding of the relationship between our land, people and ecosystems.
With three academic faculties, one teaching division, several research centres, and a range of corporate service units, Lincoln University draws its students from throughout New Zealand and from over 60 countries. Lincoln University has a student roll of around 3,400 and approximately 650 staff.
Based on the outskirts of Christchurch with a beautiful campus on the plains of Te Waipounamu, Lincoln is the ideal location for outdoor adventure as well as city life with access to excellent schools, health, and recreation facilities.
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