|From||"Roger Brugge" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Thu, 9 Oct 2014 18:30:33 +0000|
Forwarded from CLIMLIST... Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Atmospheric Science • Continuous (tenure-tracked) full-time position • Remuneration package (plus 17% superannuation, leave loading and opportunity to salary package): o Senior Lecturer AU$107k–$123k p.a. (base salary) o Lecturer AU$87k-$103k p.a. (base salary) • Ref: 1471A18 / 201197 Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia is striving to make a difference to the way we live, think and understand each other and the world around us. Over the past two years Murdoch has undergone significant restructure to boost the quality of research and teaching and is today amongst one of the best universities in the world opened less than fifty years ago. The School of Veterinary and Life Sciences at Murdoch University has core research and teaching strengths in Molecular and Biomedical Sciences, Veterinary Science, Agricultural Sciences and Environmental and Conservation Sciences. We currently invite applications for a continuing (tenure-track) position in atmospheric science as part of its long standing commitment and leadership in the cluster of Environmental and Conservation Sciences. The position will be filled at the Lecturer (level B) or Senior Lecturer (level C) level depending on successful candidate’s experience and track record. The ideal candidate will have a research focus on the atmospheric boundary layer with particular interest in land/atmosphere or sea/atmosphere interactions from either a modelling or experimental perspective. Expertise linking meteorological understanding to biological systems (e.g., biological oceanography, climate change projects for marine and terrestrial systems) and demonstrated ability to work in interdisciplinary teams with environmental and biological scientists would be an advantage. Applicants must have a PhD, and post-doctoral experience is preferred; applicants for appointment at level C must also demonstrate an established research program and track record of external funding and publications that have international impact and influence. The successful candidate will be an energetic scholar with strengths in research and teaching who will contribute to the vibrant research community within the school. Applicants will also be expected to develop an active research programme, apply for nationally competitive grants, publish in international journals, and supervise graduate students. Ongoing collaboration with industry is also part of this role. Expectations are commensurate with level of appointment. Teaching responsibilities include coordinating and teaching in a core second year unit (Atmospheric Science) and a graduate unit (Earth System Science) as well as contributing to other units in related areas at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. For further information about this position, please refer to the Position Description, please contact Professor Neil Loneragan on +61 8 9360 6453 or alternatively on N.Loneragan@murdoch.edu.au To Apply Please visit http://jobs.murdoch.edu.au/ for further information or to apply. The Guide for Applicants and position description can be found here, as well as the link to the online form to submit your application. For queries relating to the application process, please contact email@example.com. Closing date: Monday 3rd November 2014
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