From: "Marion Posthouwer" <[log in to unmask]> Organization: The University of Auckland To: [log in to unmask] Date: Mon, 2 Feb 1998 16:28:20 GMT+1200 Subject: Vacancy Priority normal A LECTURESHIP IN FILM, TELEVISION AND MEDIA STUDIES Centre for Film, Television and Media Studies Faculty of Arts Vacancy 937 We need a lecturer able to teach across a broad range of film, television and media studies courses. Applicants should have a PhD in this area or equivalent qualifications. The ability to supervise graduate research is required. The University of Auckland has been involved in the teaching of Film, Television and Media Studies since 1974. A Centre for Film, Television and Media Studies was created in 1994 and now has five lecturers associated with its teaching programme. It is possible for students to seek a BA degree with a 'major' or 'minor' in Film, Television and Media Studies, and then proceed to an MA or PhD in this area. This is a growing programme which has already seen a number of distinguished graduates move on to careers both in the academic world and in film, television and other media industries. Commencing salary will be $NZ45,250 - $NZ54,250 per annum. Further information and Conditions of Appointment should be obtained from the Academic Appointments Office, Telephone 64-9-373 7599, Extn 5789, Fax 64 09 0373 7023, Email appointments @auckland.ac.nz. For further details on position, email [log in to unmask] Three copies of applications must reach the Academic Appointments Section, The University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland by 20 April 1998. Please quote Vacancy 937 in all correspondence. The University has an EEO policy and welcomes applications from all qualified persons. Annie Goldson [log in to unmask] 64 9 373 7599 x7339 64 9 373 7429 (fax) home ph/fax: 64 9 849 7864 University of Auckland Private Bag 92019/English Dept Auckland New Zealand ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.