Research Officer in Computer Science
- Convenient central city location in Melbourne, the world's most liveable city
- Full-Time, Fixed-Term Position until April 2018
- $65,004 - $88,172 p.a + Superannuation
RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. Our mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work.
Situated within the College of Science, Engineering and Health, the School of Science provides over 45 bachelor and postgraduate programs, and undertakes world class research across the disciplines of physical sciences, mathematical sciences and computer science.
One of RMIT's top-performing research schools, we deliver research that addresses the 'real life questions' essential to Australia's innovation agenda. Our high-quality teaching programs inspire students to pursue careers in a range of industries including health, materials technology, food, geospatial and surveying, environmental analysis, banking and commerce, as well as computing and IT roles and research and development across a wide range of areas.
The School has staff, students and facilities on both the City and Bundoora campuses, has 300 staff, 327 higher degree research students, 3347 coursework students and an annual budget of $120 million.
The position will be aligned with the Discipline of Computer Science and IT, part of one of Australia's largest and leading educational facilities in the field. In the 2017 QS University Rankings by discipline, RMIT University was ranked top-100 globally for Computer Science and Information Systems. RMIT University prides itself on the quality of its graduates, achieved through programs that have a strong emphasis on both theory and practice.
RMIT University is an Athena SWAN member and the College of Science, Engineering and Health is central to driving improvements in gender equality, diversity and inclusion, particularly in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM) disciplines.
The Role and Responsibilities
The Research Officer will be located within a School environment and work with research teams and partnerships in the School of Science. This position will contribute to the research work in the Laboratory of Artificial-Intelligence Nanophotonics Laboratory (LAIN). This project of the LAIN aims at fundamentally understanding the limiting factor of photovoltaic devices and developing innovative nanostructures and designs using the advanced nanophotonics approach that can break the thermodynamic efficiency limit of solar cells and energy storage. This position will work within a team of researchers focused on photonics nanostructures enabled innovative photovoltaic and supercapacitor-based energy storage.
Skills & Experience Required
To be eligible to apply, candidates must have a PhD in physics or chemistry, solar photovoltaic, material science, or have qualifications and experience equivalent to this.
Candidates should have demonstrated expert knowledge in advanced metallic nanomaterial and two dimensional material synthesis and characterization, and demonstrated expert knowledge in solar photovoltaic, supercapacitor, semiconductors and experience in design, fabrication and characterisation of photovoltaic and energy storage devices.
For further information please contact Professor Min Gu at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at http://yourcareer.rmit.edu.au and search using job ref # 557180.
Applications close on Wednesday 3rd May 2017.
Applicants are requested to separately address the key selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description. This role will require satisfactory confirmation of a Working with Children Check.
RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community.