A lecturing position in the field of zoology is available in NUI Galway. A major aspect of this position will be teaching undergraduate BSc programmes in Zoology, Environmental Science and Marine Science within the School of Natural Sciences.
The post-holder is also required to be available to students for academic counselling and advice. Academic activities will also include laboratory instruction, supervision of fieldwork and other off-campus activities. In terms of scholarly activity, the applicant will be expected to participate in academic administration at School, College and University levels as part of their contribution to the University. They will also have to engage with the wider community regionally, nationally and internationally from a civic, economic, social and cultural perspective as a contribution to the life of the University. In representing the University externally, the post-holder is expected to maintain the highest professional standards, thereby enhancing the reputation of the University. The postholder is expected to engage in scholarly activity such as, but not limited to, refereeing of journals, membership of discipline related advisory bodies and peer review panels and work associated with external examinership.
To be eiligible, candidates must have a PhD or equivalent in Zoology or a related field, strong communication skills, experience in teaching at undergraduate or postgraduate level, and a recently published peer-reviewed work.