Lecturer Science - Applied Mathematics
The University of Auckland
Department of MathematicsClosing date: 11th June 2017
Applications are invited for a full-time permanent position at Lecturer level in Applied Mathematics within the Department of Mathematics at The University of Auckland.
The successful applicant will be expected to establish their own research portfolio that attracts external funding and graduate students as well as collaborate with other researchers within and outside the University. Their research expertise should complement existing research strengths in the Applied Mathematics Unit, which focuses on dynamical systems, inverse problems, mathematical biology, numerical algorithms, statistical methods and PDEs, with applications to industry as well as in biology, engineering and physics. They will also be expected to undertake high-quality teaching in the general area of Applied Mathematics, and to perform service roles for the Department of Mathematics.
The Department of Mathematics, one of the largest and most diverse departments within The University of Auckland, offers a full range of courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. It has a growing PhD programme and a vibrant research culture spanning pure and applied mathematics and mathematics education. More details about the Department may be found at http://www.math.auckland.ac.nz/
The Department of Mathematics strives to provide a collegial work environment that promotes a healthy work-life balance and a stimulating research atmosphere. It is committed to achieving a better gender balance as well as being more inclusive for under-represented minorities.
The University is committed to meeting its obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi and achieving equity outcomes for staff and students in a safe, inclusive and equitable environment. For further information on services for Māori, Pacific, women, LGBTI, equity groups, parenting support and flexible work go to http://www.equity.auckland.ac.nz.
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