SCHOOL of PHARMACY
DIVISION of HEALTH SCIENCES
Who We Are
The University of Otago is New Zealand’s oldest University and has a strong teaching and research tradition and well-established national and international linkages. It is also one of New Zealand’s largest universities, with over 20,000 students, assets in excess of $1.6 billion and 4,000 full time equivalent staff based in Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland and Invercargill.
The University of Otago’s School of Pharmacy is the oldest in the country and prides itself on achieving excellence in pharmaceutical care. We aim for excellence in research and research informed teaching in pharmaceutical sciences, clinical pharmacy and social pharmacy.
This is an excellent opportunity for an outstanding individual with research informed expertise in Pharmacoepidemiology, to innovate and to provide leadership around our teaching curriculum. This is a full-time, permanent (confirmation path) role, responsibilities will include:
- Conducting research-informed teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Contribute to curriculum design at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research.
- Produce quality assured publications within the Pharmacy discipline, either individually or as part of a group.
Your Skills and Experience
The successful candidate must have:
- A PhD degree in a relevant area, or a similar level clinical qualification.
- Pharmacy qualification registrable in New Zealand.
- Teaching experience at the undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels.
The University of Otago is well-known for its collegiality and combined with living in the vibrant city of Dunedin provides opportunities for an excellent work-life balance. The Dunedin campus has been ranked as one of the top 15 most beautiful in the world. The city has affordable living, excellent schools, and a great array of activities, ranging from Art and Literature to outdoor activities.
Applications quoting reference number 1802190 will close on Sunday, 27 January 2019.