Lectureship in Mycology/Plant Pathology

Rossman, Amy AmyR at NT.ARS-GRIN.GOV
Wed Aug 27 08:29:47 EST 1997





The following position has been approved for our Division of Botany at UNE,
NSW, Australia.


THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND

Equity principles underpin all UNE policies and procedures. The University
is committed to EEO principles and a smoke-free environment, values cultural
diversity and recognises that all it's employees have a contribution to make
in ensuring an equitable and harmonious working environment

School of Rural Science and Natural Resources

LECTURER IN PLANT PATHOLOGY/MYCOLOGY
(Tenurable)

The School of Rural Science and Natural Resources invites applications for
the position of Lecturer in Plant Pathology/mycology.

The successful candidate will be a member of a new multidisciplinary School
which has an international reputation for high quality teaching and research
in the areas of botany, agriculture and ecosystem management.  He/she will
contribute towards teaching of first year biology and towards higher level
teaching in mycology and plant pathology, and would be expected to be highly
active in research including the supervision of honours and research
students.  In addition, the appointee will be expected to participate in
consultancy activities and develop links with industrial, professional and
community groups.

Candidates must have a PhD in an area of Plant Pathology and Mycology with a
substantial background in Botany/Agriculture/Plant Ecology.  A good track
record of research publications, the ability to attract research funding, a
flair for teaching and the ability to work as a member of a team are
essential requirements.  Applications from candidates who have research
experience with crops or other plants of the region are especially welcome.

Informal enquiries may be directed to Associate Professor R D B Whalley,
Head, School of Rural Science and Natural Resources on (02) 67732477, fax
(02)67733922, e-mail rwhalley at metz.une.edu.au or Associate Professor N
Prakash, Head, Division of Botany, on (02)67732323, fax (02)67733283, e-mail
nprakash at metz.une.edu.au

Botany Home Page:  http://www.une.edu.au/botany/index.htm

Salary:         $43042 to $51113 pa (Level B)

Closing Date:   1 October 1997

Position No.:   566

Applications (submitted in duplicate) to be addressed to the Recruitment
Officer, Personnel Services, The University of New England, Armidale NSW
2351, telephone (02) 6773 3393, facsimile (02) 6773 3404 and should include
the names, addresses, telephone numbers, facsimile numbers/email addresses
of three relevant referees and should state the above position number and
must be received by the closing date. The University reserves the right not
to fill a position. Awareness of EEO principles would be an advantage.


Cheers
Jeremy
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Dr Jeremy J. Bruhl
Lecturer in Botany
Director, N.C.W. Beadle Herbarium (NE)

Division of Botany
University of New England, Armidale, NSW 2351
Australia

Email:  jbruhl at metz.une.edu.au
WWW:    http://www.une.edu.au/botany/jjbres.htm
Phone:  +61 67 73 2429
Fax:    +61 67 73 3283
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Amy Y. Rossman, Director
U.S. National Fungus Collections
10300 Baltimore Ave.
Beltsville, MD 20705
301-504-5364
FAX 301-504-5810
email: amy at fungi.ars-grin.gov



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