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From: Dai Herbert <dherbert at nmsa.org.za>
Subject: vacancies for invertebrate systematists
Date sent: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 11:00:47 +0200
NATAL MUSEUM (SOUTH AFRICA) - OPPORTUNITIES FOR
The Natal Museum curates internationally renowned collections and
specialises in taxonomic and systematic research on a variety of
invertebrate animals. There are currently opportunities for established
researchers as well as people interested in developing a career in fields of
endeavour supported by the museum.
Responsibilities: To conduct original collections-based research on any of
the following taxa - Mollusca (mainly marine), Insecta (Diptera or
Heteroptera), Arachnida, Myriapoda and Oligochaeta, and to assist in the
provision of other heritage services relating to the museum's overall mission.
Requirements: A postgraduate degree in the natural sciences. Although an
established interest in systematic research within one of the fields listed
above would be a strong recommendation, the museum is prepared to
provide opportunities for young scientists to establish their careers.
Salary: between SAR60 000 p.a. to SAR130 000 p.a. (depending on
appointment level), plus a range of other standard benefits.
Applications: Send full curriculum vitae, copy of highest certificate, covering
letter detailing career ambitions and all contact details to:
Dr Jason G. H. Londt
Private Bag 9070
(jlondt at nmsa.org.za, Fax: 033-3450561).
Closing date for applications is 30 November 2002.
The Natal Museum is an equal opportunity employer
Dr D.G. Herbert
Natal Museum, P. Bag 9070, Pietermaritzburg, 3200, SOUTH AFRICA.
Tel. (033) 3451404. Fax (033) 3450561. E-mail: dherbert at nmsa.org.za
Natal Museum web site:- http://www.nmsa.org.za
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