Ko wai mātou - Who we are
As the longest-running agriculturally-based university in the Southern Hemisphere, Lincoln University's story begins with farming, but it certainly doesn't end there.
As New Zealand's economy diversified, so have we. Lincoln University is here to enhance and enrich lives. To grow the knowledge of our students so they can shape a world that benefits from a greater understanding of the relationship between our land, the food produced from it and the ecosystems within it.
With three academic faculties, one teaching division, several research centres and a range of corporate service units, the 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.
Te āhua o Te Tūrunga - the nature of the position
The Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences invites applications for a Lecturer in Biometrics. This position, in the Department of Agricultural Sciences, is designed to strengthen the ability of the Faculty to provide biometrics teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The successful applicant would also be expected to participate in research activity by collaborating with other staff members in the Faculty and providing statistical advice to post graduate students.
To be considered for this position, you must have a PhD in Biometrics or Statistics coupled with experience in experimental design and analysis of biological data.
You will have a commitment to excellence in teaching at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, delivering effective teaching methods that are focussed on student success.
As a Lecturer you will be able to evidence your developing research agenda and your developing skills in supervision.
Along with your research and teaching experience you will also have strong communication skills, a natural ability to collaborate with others and a genuine interest to contribute to activities at levels of the University.
Te Tono - How to apply