Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Food Product Development and Sensory Science

Massey Institute of Food Science and Technology, College of Sciences, New Zealand

An exciting opportunity is available for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer with expertise in Food Product Development and Sensory Science to teach into a food technology degree programme. Tenured role based on our Albany Campus, Auckland.

Location: Albany
Term: Permanent
Grade: Senior Lecturer/Senior Research Officer
Salary: $86,402 – $122,266 pa
Applications close: 11:45 p.m. on 5 August 2018
Additional Information: Lecturer-Senior Lecturer in food Product Development and Sensory Science (A249-18CA) JD.docx

Position overview

New Zealand’s premier food science and technology university is seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer to help develop tomorrow’s food science and technology graduates.

This position includes teaching, student supervision and research based at the University’s Albany, Auckland campus with some teaching into our international partner programmes, including Singapore. The candidate will have a good background in food science and technology with specific expertise and experience in food product development, consumer and sensory science. The candidate’s area of research, fundamental or applied, will focus on food industries important for New Zealand’s economic growth. The suitable candidate will have a natural ability to interact with students and have a strong focus in developing research projects. An outgoing and motivating personality is essential together with excellent communication skills. You will need to fit into a passionate, hard-working team. You should have a postgraduate qualification in food technology or food science. Prior teaching, research and relevant industry experience are advantageous.

For further information regarding this position, please contact Professor Steve Flint, Massey Institute of Food Science and Technology. Telephone 06 951 6009 or e-mail S.Flint@massey.ac.nz

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