The Department of Politics was established in 1967 and has a well-established record of excellence in teaching and research.
We have 11 academic staff who are experts in their fields, and actively engaged in research that enriches their teaching.
We offer under-graduate and post-graduate teaching and supervision in New Zealand politics, international relations, comparative politics and political theory.
Our Department offers the Master of Politics degree and also contributes to the Master of International Studies (MIntSt) and the undergraduate and post-
graduate qualifications in Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PHPE).
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer to a full-time confirmation path position in the field of comparative politics, with an expertise in the politics of the Middle East.
The successful candidate will contribute to teaching papers at 100-level (POLS105 Comparative Politics Introduction), 200-
level (POLS210 Politics of the Middle East) and 300-level and post-graduate teaching relevant to the applicant’s research interests.
They will also be expected to supervise post-graduate research.
Our Department fosters a collaborative and collegial approach to teaching and research. Applicants should :
Your Skills and Experience
This is a permanent (confirmation path) position.
For further information please contact Professor Janine Hayward, Head of Department, via the contact details below.
To submit your application please click the apply button below. Applications quoting reference number 1801286 will close on Sunday, 16 September 2018.