LECTURER IN CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY
CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the above position at the University of Canterbury.
The position is continuing (tenured) and the minimum qualification on appointment is the Ph.D. degree or equivalent.
An appointment will commence on 1 February 1995 or a later date to be agreed.
Further details follow in section 7 below.
2. FARES AND REMOVALS
4. EEO POLICY
5. SMOKE FREE WORKPLACE POLICY
7. CURRENT VACANCY
8. VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS
9. POPULATION FIGURES
11. CONDITIONS OF APPOINTMENT
12. METHOD OF DESPATCH
1. SALARIESAcademic ranks at New Zealand universities are:
TITLE NZ$ per annum:
Lecturer (entry) 40,000 - 50,000
Senior Lecturer 53,000 - 68,000
Associate Professor 71,000 - 77,000
Professor (most senior) 80,000 - 100,000
Note: exchange rates for the New Zealand dollar are approximately:
Australia .81 Hong Kong 4.60
Canada .83 Japan 61.39
ECU .49 Sth Africa 2.20
France 3.20 U.K. .39
Germany .94 U.S.A. .59
Entry-level salaries still allow for an above New Zealand average standard of living.
2. FARES AND REMOVALSFor positions of two years or greater duration, one-way AIRFARE/S to Christchurch by the most direct and economical route and, additionally, REMOVAL EXPENSES to the maxima shown below are paid:
Appointee Appointee Appointee with Spouse & with Spouse & with Spouse & No One or Two Three or More Appointees Dependent Dependent Dependent from Appointee Children Children Children New Zealand $1,700 $3,400 $4,200 $5,000 Australia and other South $2,600 $5,200 $6,500 $7,750 Pacific areas Elsewhere $3,900 $7,700 $9,600 $11,500
3. APPLICATIONS1. The following details are to be included in an application:
(a) Name in full and postal address
(b) Academic qualifications*
(c) Research and publications
(d) Employment history including teaching experience
(e) Any field in which specially qualified to lecture, particularly in relation to the advertised position
(f) Present position
(g) The names, addresses and facsimile numbers only of three persons to whom confidential reference may be made by the University
(h) Telephone number/confidential facsimile number/e-mail address at which the applicant can be reached at short notice
(i) Date on which able to commence duties, if offered the position
(j) Position number of the vacancy.
*Verification of academic qualifications, and date of birth, would be required on appointment.
2. ONE copy of the application, in English, and with attached documents, should be airmailed by the closing date specified to:
University of Canterbury,
Private Bag 4800,
Christchurch, New Zealand.
3. Please specify the particular POSITION NUMBER in all correspondence with the Registrar.
4. For each vacancy the University reserves the right to make an appointment at any time or to make no appointment. The right is also reserved to make a fixed-term appointment.
4. EEO POLICYThe University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in the provision of employment. The policy aims to identify and eliminate discriminatory barriers in the workplace so that equality of opportunity is provided. This means the elimination of employment practices that discriminate on the grounds of age in terms of the current legislation, disability, employment status, ethnic and national origins, family status, marital status, political affiliation or opinion, race, colour, religious belief, ethical belief, sex or gender, and sexual orientation.
5. SMOKE-FREE WORKPLACE POLICYThe University has a smoke-free workplace policy. Except in personal offices, smoking is not permitted in teaching and administration buildings.
6. SUPERANNUATIONThe University strongly recommends all appointees to become contributors to the New Zealand Universities Superannuation Scheme, unless they have made other adequate financial provision for their retirement. The New Zealand Universities Superannuation Scheme has been established with the objective of providing employees of universities in New Zealand with retirement and other benefits. The University of Canterbury is a party to the Trust Deed which established the Scheme. It is a cash accumulation scheme in which individual accounts are held in the name of each member. The income of the Scheme is invested by several professional Fund Managers, and interest which is derived from these investments is credited from time to time to the individual member accounts. The ultimate benefits payable are based on the accumulated account balances held on behalf of each member and are available fully in lump sum form. Members may be either subsidised or unsubsidised in terms of the Trust Deed. An appointee can transfer a benefit into the Scheme from any other superannuation scheme, in which case the Trustees will determine what proportions of the transferred benefit are deemed to be member contribut- ions and employer contributions.
7. CURRENT VACANCY
POS.NO. CLOSE DATE:1994 unless shown
CLASSICS LECTURER CL27E 15 December
Applicants should possess qualifications in both the Greek and Latin languages. The successful candidate will be required to contribute to the Department's offerings in Ancient History. An interest in art and archaeology will be a further advantage.
Academic inquiries may be directed to:
8. VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTSA complete list of our vacancies is posted on the Usenet site `misc.jobs.offered' under `NEW ZEALAND' at the beginning of the first and third weeks of each calendar month. Continuing (tenured) academic positions are also announced in the following print media:
Australia: The Australian; Campus Review
Britain: Times Higher Education Supplement
Canada: University Affairs/Affaires Universitaires
New Zealand: N.Z. Herald; Dominion; Press; Otago Daily Times
South Africa: published by Inter-University Organisation
U.S.A.: Chronicle of Higher Education.
9. POPULATION FIGURESThe student roll at the University of Canterbury in 1994 is 11,173. Christchurch has a greater population of 350,000 and is the tourist gateway to the scenic South Island. New Zealand has a total population of 3.5 million.
10.IMMIGRATIONInformation regarding immigration procedures and the points system is available through your closest New Zealand Embassy/New Zealand High Commission/New Zealand Consulate.
11.CONDITIONS OF APPOINTMENT FOR ACADEMIC STAFFCONTINUING (TENURED) APPOINTEES ONLY
1.1 Staff are subject to the regulations, instructions and resolutions of the University in the discharge of their duties. 1.2 Staff are responsible to their Head of Department, who in turn is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the general conduct of the business of the Department.
1.3 Within this general framework, members of staff will undertake teaching, examining and research, as well as assisting generally in the work of the Department as directed by the Head of Department.
1.4 Staff may undertake a limited amount of professional work and public service outside the University provided such activities do not interfere with University duties. Staff wishing to undertake paid employment outside University duties shall inform the Head of Department who will, if necessary, refer the request to the Vice- Chancellor for approval.
2.0 TERM OF APPOINTMENT
2.1 The appointment is subject to three months' notice in writing on either side, provided that such notice must not expire during a teaching term.
2.2 Should the position be resigned within three years from the date of appointmnent, a refund of fares and removal expenses will be required on a pro rata basis.
3.1 The salary will be within the scales determined for each grade.
3.2 In the case of an overseas appointee, salary will be paid from an approved departure date for Christchurch.
4.0 FARES AND REMOVAL EXPENSES
4.1 Fares and removal expenses to Christchurch, on a scale approved from time to time, will be allowed for an appointee, spouse and dependent children from the place of residence at the time the offer of appointment is made.
5.1 Staff may be granted study, conference and special leave on such terms as are approved by the University from time to time.
5.2 Staff may be granted parental and retirement leave on such terms as are approved by the University from time to time.
6.1 Members of staff must retire on 31 January subsequent to their reaching the age of sixty-five years.
6.2 Members of staff who are members of the New Zealand Universities Superannuation Scheme may be permitted to retire in accordance with the Trust Deed of the Scheme.
6.3 A member of staff may be permitted to retire by the Vice-Chancellor on the grounds of:
(i) ill-health, in which case medical evidence may be required; or
(ii) such other reason as the Vice-Chancellor may deem appropriate.
12.METHOD OF DESPATCHPlease ensure that your application is sent by airmail (not by e-mail) and is addressed to:
THE REGISTRAR: ATTENTION STAFFING
UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY
PRIVATE BAG 4800
Thank you for your interest in the University of Canterbury.
MR A W HAYWARD
Electronic Antiquity Vol. 2 Issue 3 - October 1994 edited by Peter Toohey and Ian Worthington firstname.lastname@example.org ISSN 1320-3606