The Faculty of Engineering at Victoria University of Wellington is seeking to hire four new staff members in our electronics and computer systems teaching and research teams, to help further our international teaching and research collaborations with China.
This is a rare opportunity to develop your academic career in a collegial and collaborative environment at the heart of New Zealand’s nexus of industry, research and government sectors.
Wellington’s landscape and lifestyle, along with Victoria University’s standing as the top research institute in New Zealand and in the top 2% worldwide, means that this position is an outstanding combination of academic opportunity and work/life balance. The Faculty’s strategic direction and commitment to collaborative, inter-disciplinary and globally impactful academic work will mean that early-career and mid-career academics will be able to enhance both their research and teaching portfolios.
We are committed to combining research excellence with innovative and motivating teaching, maintain strong local and international connections with world-class companies such as Google, Oracle and Huawei.
Come and join a collaborative and growing team covering both electronics and computer systems, and computer science, where you can combine your passion for knowledge with a life in one of the world’s most desirable countries to live in. We pride ourselves on being a collegial School and enjoy working as a diverse team.
We are seeking to make two-year fixed-term academic appointments for research-active lecturers who are able to also spend around four months a year in China assisting on the delivery of our new joint programme with Xiamen University of Technology. Depending on the experience and qualities of the successful candidate, this position can be appointed at the level of Lecturer (equivalent to a US Assistant Professor) or Senior Lecturer (equivalent to a US Associate Professor).
All areas of electronics and computer systems are of interest, but applications are particularly welcome from people with expertise and a research background in introductory programming, control systems, signals processing, electronics, and computer networks.
Contact: Dr Stuart Marshall, Head of School (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Applications close Sunday, 6 May 2018.
Victoria University of Wellington is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi.
For more information and to apply online visit http://www.victoria.ac.nz/about/careers/current-vacancies