Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies
The University of Waikato,
The University of Waikato invites applications for a Lecturership/
Senior Lecturership in the Department of Film and Television Studies.
The Department has a strong research base, and candidates will be expected to
make their own contribution to the departmental programme, in addition
to the development of research skills with students and teaching in
appropriate critical studies courses. Only one position is available.
It will be filled at either the senior or the lecturer level.
Applicants for the senior position will be expected to provide a
substantial record of research and publication, and evidence of both
successful administrative and teaching experience.
Applicants for the lecturer position will be advantaged
by evidence of sound teaching practice and an on-going research
Applicants will have PhD or equivalnet as well as a strong background
in film and television theory.
The current salary range for Lecturers is NZ$37,440 - NZ$49,088 per annum,
and for Senior Lecturers NZ$52,000 - NZ$67,080 per annum.
Enquiries of an academic nature may be made to the Chairperson of the
Depertment of Television Studies, Mr Sam Edwards, telephone + 64-7-838-4543,
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and condictions of employment can be obtained from Personnel and
Management Services, The University of Waikato, Private Bag 3105, Hamilton,
New Zealand, telephone + 64-7-838 4003, fax: + 64-7-856 0135, e-mail
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Applications quotinf reference number A95/73 should reach
Personnel and Management Services by 1 December 1995.
Places for appointee's children may be available in the creche run
by the Campus Creche Society (Inc.) or Te Kohanga Reo o Nga Kuaka.
Equal opportunity is University policy.
Dr C. Kay Weaver
Department of Film and Television
University of Waikato,
Private Bag 3105
Tel&FAX: 07 8384543
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