University of Auckland is hiring a

Lecturer in New Zealand and/or Māori History

Auckland, New Zealand
Full-Time

Te Whiwhinga mahi | The opportunity

Nei rā te pōhiri a Te Pokapū Aronui Tāngata i Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau kia tukuna mai ngā tono ki tētahi tūranga ukiuki, pūmau anō hoki, hei Pouako ki ngā hītori o Aotearoa nō mua i te rautau rua tekau, ki te hītori Māori rānei, ki ēnei kaupapa e rua rānei. 

The School of Humanities at the University of Auckland invites applications for a full-time, permanent appointment as Lecturer in pre-twentieth century New Zealand and/or Māori History.

 

Mō ngā tau e toru atu i te kopounga, ka whakawhiti atu te tangata ka waimarie ki te tūranga, ki Tāmaki Paenga Hira mō tētahi haurua o ngā hāora mahi. Mā tēnei whakawhitinga, he mea hua ake nā runga i te hononga rautaki i waenga i Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau me Tāmaki Paenga Hira, e taea ai e te tangata nei te mahi tahi ki ngā kaimahi o Tāmaki Paenga Hira ki te whakarite i ngā kōrero mō Ngā Pakanga o Aotearoa, hei wāhanga o ngā mahi whakahou i ngā whakaaturanga me ngā hōtaka e pā ana ki Aotearoa i te rautau tekau mā iwa. Ka āhei hoki tāna whakamahi i ngā kohinga me ngā rauemi rangahau a Tāmaki Paenga Hira i ana mahi whakaako. 

For the initial three years of the appointment, the successful candidate will undertake a half-time secondment at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. This secondment is part of the strategic relationship between the University of Auckland and the Museum and will enable the appointee work with Museum staff on the history of the New Zealand Wars as part of its renewal of exhibitions and programmes on nineteenth-century New Zealand. The appointee will also have the opportunity to utilise the Museum’s collections and research material in their teaching.

 

He kōrero mōu | About you

Me whai tohu kairangi ngā kaitono ki te Hītori. Ko te tangata ka kopoua ka mōhio ki te kōkiri i ngā mahi rangahau kounga, kua angitu kē i ngā mahi whakaako ki te taumata paetahi, ka rite hoki ki te ārahi i ngā tauira paerua, kairangi anō hoki

To be considered for this role, applicants should have a PhD in History and a passion for pre-twentieth century New Zealand and/or Māori History. The successful candidate will have the capacity for productive, high-quality research, demonstrated experience in undergraduate teaching, and a readiness to undertake postgraduate supervision.

 

Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou | What we offer

The University of Auckland is dedicated to providing an excellent and stimulating environment for its employees which ensures a healthy work-life balance through. 

  • Five weeks’ annual leave per annum 
  • Up to 6.75% employer superannuation contribution.
  • Flexible employment practices
  • Discounted, onsite childcare, parking and various leisure and recreation services.

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

 

Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply

Me tuku mai e ngā kaitono tētahi reta tono, he tāhuhu tangata, otirā, ngā ingoa me ngā taipitopito whakapā ki ētahi kaitautoko tokotoru anō hoki. Ka tonoa anō pea he tauira tuhinga i ērā kaitono ka whai wāhi ki te rārangi ingoa whāiti. Me tuku ngā pātai mō tēnei tūranga ki te Urumatua o Te Pokapū Aronui Tāngata, ki a Ahonuku Malcolm Campbell, ki [email protected]

Ka kati ngā tono ā te 4 o Whiringa-ā-Nuku.

Applications must be submitted online, by the closing date of Sunday 4th October 2020 to be considered. In your application, please include the following in one combined document:

  • A cover letter
  • CV
  • names and contact details of three referees

Writing samples may be requested from shortlisted candidates. 

Inquiries about this position should be directed to the Head of the School of Humanities, Associate Professor Malcolm Campbell, [email protected].

Please note we are happy to answer your questions but we do not accept applications by email.

For more information on the role, please view the position description.  

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, LGBTQITakatāpui+, people with disabilities, parenting support, flexible work and other equity issues go to www.equity.auckland.ac.nz