To fuel further development, we invite applications for a non-tenure track (Lecturer/Senior Lecturer) position up to a tenure-track (Assistant Professor) faculty position in the following area of Maritime Studies.
- Possess a PhD degree in relevant disciplines with expertise in areas such as maritime data analytics, marine environment and energy, shipping finance and management, maritime regulatory framework, maritime simulation and modelling, international trade and brokering, multi-modal transport, global strategy and risk analysis from a reputable university
- Preferably have at least 2 years of postdoctoral experience and teaching experience at the tertiary level
Senior Lectureship/ Lectureship:
- Possess at least a Master’s degree in relevant disciplines in Maritime studies from a reputable university
- A strong track record of relevant teaching experience, as well as evidence of research, scholarship and leadership in curriculum development work.
Successful candidates are expected to teach at both undergraduate and graduate levels, supervise graduate students and undergraduate projects. Candidates on tenure-track Assistant Professorship are expected to work independently and jointly with other faculty members to attract funding in the relevant areas of research.