|Wellington - New Zealand
|8th December 2023
|9th February 2024
Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington is currently recruiting a Pūkenga - Lecturer in Māori Literature and Creative Communication. The role is situated in the English Literatures and Creative Communication Programme of the Te Kura Tānga Kōrero Ingarihi, Kiriata, Whakaari, Pāpāho, Tāhuhu Kōrero Toi - School of English, Film, Theatre, Media and Communication and Art History, and involves responsibility for teaching, researching and publishing in Māori literature in English and creative communication.
We are excited to welcome a scholar expert in Māori literary and creative communication to the English Literatures and Creative Communication Programme. The role involves teaching into two majors: the Literary and Creative Communication major in the Bachelor of Communication, and the English Literature major in the Bachelor of Arts. The Programme is committed to offering students encounters with the widest range of literatures in English and the literature and creative writing of these islands.
The role will involve developing courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level, with support from the wider Programme, as well as supervising postgraduate students.
Ō pūmanawa - About you
You will be motivated by a passion for Māori literature and creative communication and a desire to teach and research in this field. You will join a Programme committed to literary studies and to excellence in research and teaching. You will have the opportunity to develop a community of scholars, students and wider networks of readers and writers in literary studies.
An engaged scholar and educator, you will be self-motivated and self-organised, working with a high degree of autonomy, and will support the collegiality and cooperative work of the Programme.
Contact details for vacancy: If you have any questions regarding this role please get in touch with the English Literatures and Creative Communication Programme Director, Dougal McNeill (email@example.com).
Important - Application steps and information
Download and complete the University Application Form. Combine your cover letter, CV and the University Application Form into a single file (preferably a PDF). Then click Apply and follow the steps. If you have any issues uploading your application, please email the combined document to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the reference number and position title.
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