[Iag-list] Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Spatial Sciences
kate.booth at utas.edu.au
Fri Jun 5 08:37:23 UTC 2020
CAREER OPPORTUNITY: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Spatial Sciences
* Full time ongoing position, with teaching, research and service roles
* Based on the Sandy Bay campus in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
* Join a nationally and internationally recognised group of active and highly successful ‘Geomatic Engineering’ researchers (top-ranked in the Excellence in Research for Australia 2018 assessment) who are currently making substantial contributions across diverse disciplines.
The Geography and Spatial Sciences discipline within the School of Technology, Environments and Design integrates human geography, physical geography, spatial sciences, planning and environmental management research and teaching to advance the University’s strategic pursuit of addressing the challenges that arise at the intersection of science and society. The Surveying and Spatial Sciences group are the top ranked ‘Geomatic Engineering’ researchers in Australia, making substantial contributions across diverse disciplines including Physical Geography, Geophysics, Climate, Ecology and Oceanography. We are also a global top-100 ranked University for Remote Sensing.
MORE INFORMATION: https://careers.utas.edu.au/ci/en/job/494736/lecturersenior-lecturer-in-spatial-sciences
Kate Booth, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography<https://www.utas.edu.au/profiles/staff/land-food/kate-booth>
Room 441 Geography and Spatial Sciences<https://www.utas.edu.au/technology-environments-design/geography-and-spatial-sciences>
School of Technology, Environments and Design
University of Tasmania
Private Bag 78, Hobart, TAS 7001
Tel +61 3 6226 5708
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