Research Fellow, Research School of Earth Sciences
- AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (ANU)
- Canberra, Australia
- $107,475 - $121,857 per annum plus 17% superannuation
- 01 Feb 2023
- End of advertisement period
- 02 Mar 2023
- Academic Discipline
- Physical Sciences, Geology, Environmental, Earth & Marine Sciences
- Job Type
- Academic Posts, Research Fellowships
- Contract Type
- Fixed Term
- Full Time
Classification: ANU Academic Level B
Salary package: $107,475 - $121,857 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full-time, Fixed Term (5 years)
Position description & Selection Criteria: PD and PEWER - Academic Level B_RSES_Final.pdf
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This is a key role for an early career research academic to work with state of the art mass spectrometers, namely the Sensitive High Resolution Ion MicroProbe (SHRIMP) within the Research School of Earth Sciences. The successful candidate will undertake high impact research in secondary ion mass spectrometry (methodology development and applications in earth sciences) and will be accountable to the Head, Ionprobe Facility.
The Research Fellow will be a member of Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES). RSES is Australia’s leading academic research institution for Earth and Marine Sciences, and ranked 14th in the world for Earth and Marine Sciences (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022). To find out more about the RSES community, check out our Twitter and Instagram.
We have a reputation for international leadership and innovation, focused on developing new methods, whether experimental, analytical or computational. Our research spans the range from solid earth evolution to climate processes, and from 21st century resources to climate change impact.
We operate iconic and state-of-the art instrumentation supported by highly trained professional staff, offering an unrivalled world-class research environment.
Our cutting-edge research provides an unparalleled environment for high-quality research training of our graduate students. Our people and facilities are also the foundation for our vision to deliver world-class research-led undergraduate teaching in the Earth Sciences. We are committed to offering a nurturing environment for the School’s early career researchers. Our culture is one of inclusivity and respect and we encourage everyone to embrace these values as expressed in our culture statement.
To excel in this role you will have a strong track record of independent research in the field of secondary ion mass spectrometry and ability to articulate and prosecute innovate research. Your ability to lead by example, coupled with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, will enable you to foster respectful and productive working relationships with staff, students and colleagues at all levels within RSES in line with the RSES Culture Statement.
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For further information, please contact Professor Dorrit Jacob, Research School of Earth Sciences, T: +61 2 6125 2487 E: email@example.com
To be considered for this position, please upload the following documents:
- A current curriculum vitae (CV), and
- No more than a two page summary addressing your suitability against the selection criteria.
The committee will consider candidates that do not meet one or more aspects of the selection criteria.
If you require adjustments to participate in any of the above assessments, please contact our HR team at E: firstname.lastname@example.org or T: +61 2 6125 9371. Any adjustment request or the disclosure of disability will not be communicated to the selection committee without the candidates consent and it will not having any bearing on hiring decisions.
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The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results.
Closing Date: 2 March 2023