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Dave Rowell David.Rowell at anu.edu.au
Mon Oct 25 20:35:50 EST 2004


Apologies for cross-posting.....

Australian National University

Faculty of Science
School of Botany & Zoology

Lecturer in Genetics
Academic Level B

Salary Range: $59,420 - $70,106 pa plus 17% super

Reference:   2593

The School of Botany & Zoology in the Faculty of Science is seeking
to appoint a level B Lecturer in the field of genetics.  Research in
the School primarily concerns ecology, evolutionary and systematics
and we are seeking a person in any branch of genetics whose research
interests will complement those of the School.  We expect the
successful candidate to be committed to establishing a strong
externally funded research program and the supervision of research
students.  The candidate will be expected to contribute to
undergraduate teaching, and in particular, to develop and participate
in an advanced course in genetics.

The position is a continuing appointment.  The position is available
from 1 July 2005.  Further information concerning the School can be
viewed at http://www.anu.edu.au.

Selection Criteria: http://info.anu.edu.au/hr/jobs/ or from Madeleine
Haag, T: (61 2)  6125 2866, E: madeleine.haag at anu.edu.au

Enquiries: Professor Andrew Cockburn, Head of School, T: (61 2) 6125
2866, E: andrew.cockburn at anu.edu.au

Closing Date:   Monday, 13 December 2004

Information for applicants:
http://info.anu.edu.au/hr/Jobs/How_to_Apply/index.asp
Job Application Cover sheet:
http://info.anu.edu.au/policies/Forms/Human_Resources/Recruitment/HR86.asp.


Lecturer in Genetics
School of Botany and Zoology

Selection Criteria

Experience/Skills
1. An excellent research record in genetics, as evidenced by
scholarly publication
2. Potential for high quality teaching
3. Potential to attract graduate students
4. Ability to attract research funds from external granting agencies
5. Ability to strengthen the range of genetics research in the
school, and to complement and interact with existing research groups
in ecology, evolutionary biology and systematics.

Personal Qualities
6. Empathy with students
7. Enthusiasm for and commitment to teaching
8. Excellent communication skills, oral and written
9. Willingness to contribute to School and Faculty planning and administration
10. An understanding, as demonstrated in the application process, of
equal opportunity principles and policies and a commitment to their
application in a university context.

Qualifications
11. Doctor of Philosophy or postdoctoral research experience in genetics



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