Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Soil and Environmental Physics
The Soil and Physical Sciences Department at Lincoln University is seeking a candidate who has a demonstrable ability to apply field-based environmental or soil physics to teaching and research. Preference will be given to candidates showing a track record or an ability and willingness to apply their skills to the mitigation of environmental impacts of agriculture. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an externally funded research activity, ideally with collaborations across Universities, Crown Research Institutes and Industry, and to supervise graduate students as part of that research activity. Skills that complement the existing strengths of the Department in biogeochemistry, soil chemistry and pedology and geomorphology are sought. Teaching at undergraduate level will include environmental physics and soil science. The candidate will have the chance to develop new courses as part of a curriculum review, some of which will involve co-delivery with academics in the areas of water science and water resources. Candidates with skills in hydrology (including modelling) will be considered favourably.
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For further information please contact Human Resources on +64 3 423 0590. All applications should be accompanied by a covering letter, completed application form and CV.
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