An exciting opportunity for an Associate Professor or Senior Lecturer to lead research and teaching in e-Learning/Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of Canterbury. 

This appointment is evidence of the commitment of the College and the University to continuing growth in research, teaching and service in this area. It fits with the university’s strategic intent to contribute to society through promoting a world-class learning environment known for attracting people with the greatest potential to make a difference. Applicants will have a proven record in e-Learning and Digital Pedagogies, with an earned Doctorate and be keen to join our renowned e-Learning Research Lab led by Distinguished Professor Niki Davis and Associate Professor Julie Mackey. Demonstrated teaching excellence is also required.

Expertise in other teaching and research areas relevant to the School of Educational Studies and Leadership would be advantageous:

  • education futures
  • tertiary / higher education
  • educational assessment
  • social justice and equity

Candidates will be expected to:

  • Lead research projects in their specialist area(s), including support of collaborators
  • Supervise postgraduate research students
  • Lead and contribute to teaching, including flexible learning options nationwide and overseas
  • Lead course, programme and organisational development

Details & to apply see: http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/joinus

The closing date for this position is: Sunday, 11th December 2016

More information & apply through LinkedIn

The University of Canterbury is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligation under the Treaty of Waitangi. It is desirable that candidates are able to demonstrate a good understanding of the New Zealand education system, as well as an understanding of the obligations created by the Treaty of Waitangi.

By Flexible Learning NZ