Free open Job in Australasia Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Horticultural Management at Lincoln University, New Zealand

Lincoln University is New Zealand’s specialist land-based university, providing academic programmes informed by three adopted causes of global significance: namely, to feed the world, protect the future and live well. We educate students who have a passion for land-based sciences and related disciplinary areas, with qualifications to help them pursue rewarding careers.

We are looking for lecturer or senior lecturer to join our well-established and highly regarded programmes in horticultural systems management on a permanent, fulltime basis. We are planning to further develop our strengths in research and teaching in this discipline.

At Lincoln University, horticultural systems management is a discipline that integrates business management with horticultural, engineering, environmental and social sciences into a systems framework. As well as economic performance, horticultural systems management must now address increasingly demanding standards of environmental integrity, and social responsibility. The particular focus of horticultural systems teaching at Lincoln University is management of New Zealand horticultural and viticultural systems.

As Lecturer/Senior Lecturer your core responsibilities will include:

  • initiating, developing and conducting high quality research, collaborating with others inside and outside the University;
  • advancing and enhancing the teaching and supervision of diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate students, and;
  • contributing to the wider functioning of the University.

We are interested in hearing from you if you have a relevant PhD qualification and experience in horticulture business management, horticultural systems management or agribusiness. Experience in teaching and supervision at a tertiary level are desirable, as well as ability to do research.

For further information please refer to the position description on the Lincoln University careers page or contact Patrice Wilkin, Recruitment Specialist on +64 3 423 0312. Informal enquiries may be made to Alison Bailey, Professor of Farm Management

Please apply online with your CV and cover letter.

All applications must be received by 9am Monday 13/08/2018.