martes, junio 02, 2009

Puesto de trabajo para profesor de Geología en Nueva Zelanda

Nos ha llegado información por Paleonet de un puesto de trabajo para dar clase de Geología en Nueva Zelanda. Para los que quieran cambiar de aires, os adjuntamos la información...

The University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand) is commencing a search for a suitably qualified individual to appoint to the position of Professor of Geology. The appointee, who may come from any area of expertise within the Earth Sciences, will have a PhD and a first-rate record in research and academic leadership, together with a demonstrated ability as a teacher. They will be expected to complement and extend the research strengths of the Department of Geology and to take advantage of research opportunities in New Zealand.

The Department of Geology is long-established and well-equipped, with a strong record of research and well-developed undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The Department was top-ranked for research in the New Zealand 2006 Performance-Based Research Funding (PBRF) assessment. Staff teaching and research range widely across the earth sciences. Collaborations involve other departments at Otago, and national and overseas research institutions. Details are at

Academic Search International is assisting the University of Otago in the search process for this position. Additional details about the position can be obtained by contacting Kathryn Watabe by email or Associate Professor R. Ewan Fordyce, HOD, Department of Geology, University of Otago, PO Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand 9054: email The closing date for applications is August 31, 2009.

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