LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON
SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTING SCIENCES
Applications are invited for three positions in Computer Science
at the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level, which have become available in
the School of Mathematical and Computing Sciences. The level at which
the appointments are made will be commensurate with qualifications and
experience. (A Senior Lecturer corresponds approximately to a US Associate
Professor, and a Lecturer corresponds approximately to a US Assistant
Applicants should have a PhD in Computer Science or be expecting to
complete a PhD in the near future. Strong applicants from all areas of
Computer Science will be considered but preference may be given to
candidates with interests in Systems or Databases.
Courses currently offered or being developed in Computer Science include
Database Systems, Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Operating
Systems and Networking, Formal Methods, Neural Networks, and Principles of
Candidates will be required to undertake research, and to be committed to
excellent and innovative teaching. The School of Mathematical and Computing
Sciences includes the disciplines, Computer Science, Mathematics,
Operations Research and Statistics. An interest in interdisciplinary
research would be desirable but not essential, and appointees will be
welcome to join any of the School's research teams.
Present research strengths of the School include, Software engineering,
Formal Methods, Computability and Complexity, Bayesian Methods,
Communications Engineering, Point Processes, Biometrics, Logic and
Combinatorics, Topology and Functional Analysis.
Further information about the School can be found at
The Head of School, Dr Ross Renner may also be contacted for more
information, send email to [log in to unmask]
Applications close 15 September 1999. Please quote: Position Ref SA935
Job descriptions, including method of application, are available from
the HR Asst, Faculty of Science, Victoria University of Wellington,
PO Box 600, Wellington, New Zealand (tel: 64-4-463 5233, ext. 8071;
fax: 64-4-463 5122; email: [log in to unmask])
In honouring the Treaty of Waitangi, the University welcomes applications
from the Tangata Whenua.
We also welcome applications from women, Pacific Nations peoples, ethnic
minorities and people with disabilities.