- Level B academic
- Up to 120K including 17% super
- Full time, ongoing
- Monash University Clayton campus
- Applications are now closed
Prof Dustin Marshall is seeking to appoint dynamic individuals wishing to pursue academic careers in ecology, microbial evolutionary ecology or quantitative community ecology as a Lecturer (level B, equivalent to the US system’s tenure-track Assistant Professor) on a continuing basis.
- Lecturer in Quantitative Community Ecology
- Lecturer in Ecology
- Lecturer in Empirical Microbiology
These three positions represent an exciting opportunity to develop a world-class program of research alongside a group of leading researchers in ecology, evolution and physiology, as part of an exciting new initiative at the Monash University School of Biological Science’s Centre for Geometric Biology.
Succesful applicants will:
- have an outstanding track record of excellence in research
- have a demonstrated ability to obtain external research funds
- have developed and delivered teaching materials
- have excellent written and verbal communication skills
- be innovative in and develop/lead successful research programs in ecology or microbial ecology or community ecology
- be proactive in building funded research collaborations including with appropriate external partners
- excel in teaching activities at the undergraduate level and in post-graduate supervision.
Applications must address of the key selection criteria outlined in the position description.
Enquiries to Professor Dustin Marshall, Director of the Centre for Geometric Biology, on +61 3 9902 4449 or Professor Steven Chown, Head of the School of Biological Sciences on +61 3 9905 5650.
- Position description: Lecturer in Quantitative Community Ecology (PDF 267 KB, 3 pages)
- Position description: Lecturer in Ecology (PDF 263 KB, 2 pages)
- Position description: Lecturer in Empirical Microbiology (PDF 267 KB, 3 pages)
For more information, or to apply, refer to the Monash University website.