The Centre for Marine Socioecology has 3 Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Research Fellow positions for highly motivated and talented researchers to work on issues relevant to the global management of our oceans.
The Centre for Marine Socioecology is a joint initiative between the University of Tasmania, CSIRO and the Australian Antarctic Division. The Centre brings together expertise across disciplines including the natural and physical sciences, economics, social sciences and law. The Centre focuses on all issues to do with the current and future use and management of the marine realm.
The Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Research Fellow positions are for 3 years and prospective applicants will need to select one of five research areas. Each research area is supported by a mentoring and expertise committee that will ensure that the resources and support required to contribute to an interdisciplinary program are available while ensuring depth within a discipline is maintained.
The research program of the Centre has four main integrated themes that bring together the necessary expertise to tackle the new and emerging issues in the utilisation and management of our oceans. Our oceans are crowded and complex places with many users having competing and conflicting agendas. The Centre aims to build interdisciplinary capability to address the key areas of conflict in the ongoing development and use of our Oceans. The Centre aims to establish itself as a global leader in marine socioecology and through co-investment with national and overseas agencies it will build on Tasmania's reputation for excellence in marine research.
Appointment at Academic Level A will have a total remuneration package of up to $97,619 per annum (comprising salary within the range $77,978 - $83,435 plus 17 per cent superannuation, with the option of an additional 3 per cent salary loading in exchange for 14 per cent instead of 17 per cent superannuation).
Appointment at Academic Level B will have a total remuneration package of up to $120,893 per annum (comprising salary within the range $87,632 - $103,327 plus 17 per cent superannuation, with the option of an additional 3 per cent salary loading in exchange for 14 per cent instead of 17 per cent superannuation).
For further information about the positions please contact the first person identified under each project or the Director of the Centre, Professor Stewart Frusher, on 0439378743, or Stewart.Frusher@utas.edu.au
The closing date for receipt of your application is 31 July 2015.
The following occupational health and safety risk factors have been identified for this position:
Keyboard/Mouse Work, Sitting (including travelling between campuses) and/or standing for extended periods, Working under pressure, including working to constant deadlines and/or in the resolution of conflict
All potential applicants should take these risk factors into consideration when determining their capacity to undertake the duties of the position.
Application Deadline : 31 July 2015
Posted on 2015-07-07 00:15:42
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