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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Māori Health

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Māori Health

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Māori Health

Victoria University of Wellington

Closing Date : 08 Apr 2018

School of Health
Kelburn Campus

The Faculty of Health was established in 2017 to support Victoria University's vision of Improving Health and Wellbeing in our Communities. The new Bachelor of Health launched in Trimester 1, 2018, with major subjects in Population Health, Policy and Service Delivery, Health Psychology, Health Informatics, Health Software Development and Health Promotion. Complementary postgraduate programmes are currently under development in the Faculty.

This inaugural appointment provides a unique opportunity within the School of Health to play an active role in the development and teaching of Māori health in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, both in the School of Health and across the Faculty.

Applicants should be active researchers and enthusiastic teachers with a record of peer-reviewed journal publications commensurate with the level of appointment. They will be expected to teach Māori health topics in the health and wellbeing courses, including undertaking course coordination, in ways that empower Māori and enhance collaboration with other Schools and Faculties within the university.

Applicants will also contribute to the university's engagement with stakeholders, particularly in respect of Māori health, with government, district health boards and partners relevant to our capital city location.

There is only one role available, based at either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level. To view the job description for either position and to submit your application online please visit

If you have any queries or require further information please contact Carolyn Jowsey,

Applications close Sunday, 8 April 2018.

Victoria University of Wellington is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi.

For more information and to apply online visit

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