Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Medical Imaging x 2

  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Full-time
  • UoA Department Name: Anatomy and Medical Imaging
  • Advert Closing Date: 20/10/2019
  • Campus: Grafton Campus
  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Position Number: 55565059

Job Description

The Department of Anatomy and Medical Imaging is one of eight departments in the School of Medical Sciences within the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (FMHS) at the University of Auckland. It is recognised locally and internationally for anatomy and medical imaging education and research, in particular in neuroscience, cardiovascular, and musculoskeletal systems. The Department has state of the art anatomical dissection, processing, plastination, and imaging facilities, and fully integrates medical imaging into a
variety of teaching and research programmes.

The Department of Anatomy and Medical Imaging is seeking to appoint a motivated and
enthusiastic Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Medical Imaging. The successful applicant will
assist in the delivery of an undergraduate medical imaging programme, perform research in medical imaging, and contribute to the academic environment within the Faculty of Medical and Health Science at the University of Auckland. Applicants must be a Medical Imaging Technologist (radiographer) and must have a current New Zealand clinical Annual Practising Certificate, or be eligible to apply for one. A postgraduate qualification (PhD or equivalent) in Medical Imaging is essential as the role will involve supervising PhD level students.

The Department offers the only registerable postgraduate programmes in Medical Imaging in New Zealand and has commenced delivery of an undergraduate Medical Imaging programme in 2019. This is a new position created to teach into the undergraduate Medical Imaging programme. The successful appointee will also contribute to all areas of Medical Imaging, medical and science students, registrars, postgraduates and health professionals.
The appointment will be for a three-year period and if progress is satisfactory, the role may be made permanent. Successful candidate will be appointed according to their level of expertise, experience and skills.

Enquiries of an academic nature should be directed to Professor Maurice Curtis, email
[email protected]

Please refer to Position Description

Additional Information

The University of Auckland is dedicated to providing an excellent and stimulating environment for its employees which ensures a healthy work life balance. As such we offer benefits such as research and study leave, wide range of leadership and development programmes, subsidised car parking, childcare and medical insurance; generous annual leave and recreation centre facilities.

Based in the heart of New Zealand’s largest and most diverse city, The University of Auckland has the most comprehensive range of courses in the country with teaching and research conducted over eight faculties and two large-scale research institutes; Business and Economics, Engineering, Science, Arts, Education, Law, Creative Arts and Industries, the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences; and two large-scale research institutes: the Auckland Bioengineering Institute and the Liggins Institute. It is New Zealand’s pre-eminent research-led institution and has key linkages with many of the world’s top research intensive universities.

The academic faculties are supported by a number of service divisions, including Libraries and Learning Services, Property Services, ITS, Human Resources, Campus Life and the International Office. Auckland UniServices Ltd, our research commercialisation company, is recognised internationally for its achievements in transferring the outcomes of our research to industry.

For more information on the benefits of working here, see our Staff Benefits page.

How to apply

Applications must be submitted online, by the closing date of Sunday, 20 October 2019 to be considered. Please include a cover letter outlining what strengths you would bring to this position.

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