Free open Job in Australasia Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy Practice / Pharmaceutical Sciences (x2) at University of Auckland, New Zealand

We are looking for energetic academics who will conduct internationally leading research activities, and provide quality, innovative teaching to both undergraduate and postgraduate students within a multi-professional medical and health faculty.

The launch of our reinvigorated BPharm programme in 2016 has led to an innovative new curriculum and significant changes in the design, development, and delivery of learning for our student. We are looking for dynamic, future focussed academics who enjoy collaboration and innovation. In return, we offer a supportive environment where you will be encouraged to take risks and succeed.

At the start of your academic career, perhaps, you will demonstrate a desire to challenge the status quo. You will be driven to integrate your research and practice experience into the learning of our undergraduate and postgraduate students that will enhance their practice. You will be a collaborative and team-orientated individual, forging your own area of expertise but within a strategically aligned group who motivate each other.

Who are we looking for?

  • The successful applicants will have a doctoral qualification in a pharmacy-related field.
  • Applicants must demonstrate an understanding of contemporary pharmacy practice, including the emerging professional roles of practising pharmacists.
  • A research track record and evidence of an active research program that is aligned to the School’s principal fields of research in medicines-related outcomes, drug delivery systems, or neuropharmacy is essential.

This is a full time, permanent academic position.

Enquiries of an academic nature should be directed to Dr Jeff Harrison, telephone +64-9-373 7599 ext. 82144, or email

All other enquiries should be directed to Vickie Haake –

Applications must be made online by the closing date of Wednesday 4th April, 2018

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