Lecturer I (Marine Biology)
A candidate for this post should normally possess a good first degree and a Ph.D. degree in the respective field from a recognized University, with at least four (4) years of teaching and research experience since becoming a Lecturer II in a University or comparable institution of higher learning. Candidate must also have the ability to teach courses at the undergraduate level with evidence of practical skills and competence. Evidence of scholarly publications in reputable journals is also required in addition to ability to supervise post-graduate students in areas of expertise. Candidate must have been a Lecturer II for a minimum of three years. Areas of Specialisation: Physical Oceanography/Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction or Chemical Oceanography/ Marine Biogeochemistry.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Department of Marine Sciences Marine Biology Unit Lecturer I Area of Specialization: Physical Oceanography/Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction or Chemical Oceanography/ Marine Biogeochemistry.
CONUASS 4 (N1,122,751.00 – N1,444,535.00) per annum.