- Level A, research-only academic
- $68,040 – $92,343 pa (plus 9.5% employer superannuation)
- Full-time, starting early 2020
- One year, fixed term with the possibility of extension to a second year
- Monash University Clayton campus
Professor Dustin Marshall is seeking an experienced ecologist / evolutionary biologist, who specialises in microalgal biology with a strong empirical background, to explore the ways in which size affects the structure and function of marine phytoplankton. This position will be with the Centre for Geometric Biology within the School of Biological Sciences at Monash University.
As the successful candidate, you will be expected to maintain the Centre’s evolved lines of the microalgae Dunaliella and use these evolved microalgae to undertake experiments that test ecological and evolutionary theories. You will also have a strong quantitative background and have a demonstrated track record in producing high-quality publications.
Key selection criteria
- A doctoral qualification in empirical ecology / evolutionary biology using microalgae as a model species.
- Demonstrated analytical and manuscript preparation skills; including an excellent track record of refereed research publications in high impact journals.
- Demonstrated experience in empirical research using cutting-edge quantitative approaches.
- Strong leadership, organisational and project management skills.
- Ability to work collaboratively with others
Enquiries to Professor Dustin Marshall on +61 3 9902 4449
Applications close Thursday 5 December 2019.
For more information, or to apply, refer to the Monash University website