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University of the West Indies
Senior Lecturer/Lecturer
Category: Education
* in Mathematics
  • To teach undergraduate and graduate courses 
  • Take part in curriculum development 
  • Be involved in interdisciplinary collaboration 
  • Develop innovative research
  • Advise and supervise students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidates will also
  • Expected to make a significant contribution to the department's research output
  • To undertake an appropriate teaching and administrative load
  • To take part in outreach activities.
  • Must possess a PhD in an area of Analysis (including Stochastic Analysis), Mathematical Finance, Applied Mathematics or Applied Statistics.
  • Strong candidates with other research interests in Mathematical Sciences will be considered.
  • Possess a demonstrated record of high quality teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels 
  • A significant record of achievement in independent research and success in attracting research funding. 
  • Excellent communication skills are essential, as is a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, service and technology application in the classroom. 
  • Must possess a genuine interest in helping students and the ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
NB: For further information on the Department of Mathematics, please visit us at
Successful candidates are expected to assume duties on August 1, 2013.
Applicants are required to submit a curriculum vitae (inclusive of a detailed statement of their teaching and research interests in the respective disciplines) giving full particulars of qualifications, experience, and the names and addresses of three (3) referees and certified copies of academic qualifications and practicing certificates.
Deadline: December 31, 2012

Contact Information
Name: N/A
Address: Director
Human Resource Management Division
The University of the West Indies
Mona Campus
Kingston 7
Telephone: N/A
Fax: N/A

Ad Post Date: 2012-12-10



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