Seeking applications to join the Department of Pest Management & Conservation on a fixed-term, 16 month contract.
Mō te tūnga The role
Based in our weed research laboratory, this role will support wider research on plant invasions in the Department of Pest Management and Conservation.
As part of this role, you will actively engage in collaborative research through analysis of the reasons why certain ornamental plants have become invasive based on their frequency, pricing and traits as captured by nursery catalogues.
Data have already been collected for multiple catalogues published between 1866 and 1992 and we require a quantitative ecologist to analyses these existing datasets.
The position will advance research in the Marsden programme Nursery Crimes and more broadly in the field of biological invasions.
This role is full-time 16 month fixed term employment positions.
Ngā tino Pūkenga / Whēako Essential skills / experience for the role
Applicants will be required to have :
Ngā hua ka riro ki a koe What's in it for you?
As an employee of Lincoln University, you can reap the rewards of working with a supportive team that cares about you.
From day one you will be eligible to our staff benefits such as :
Mō mātou About us
As the longest running agriculturally based university in the Southern Hemisphere, Lincoln University's story begins with farming, but it does not end there.
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 3,000 and approximately 600 staff.
Tono ināianei Apply now
Submit your CV and cover letter (describing your fit to this position) online today. Specific enquiries about the role itself can be made to Distinguished Professor Philip Hulme, philip.hulme lincoln.ac.nz