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Lecturer in Geophysics - The University of Liverpool

The Department of Earth Sciences at The University of Liverpool invites
applications from candidates with expertise in any field of geophysics, but
especially from those who will complement one or more of the existing
departmental strengths in, microseismology, mantle structure and process,
geomagnetism and palaeomagnetism, geodynamics, basin dynamics, and physics
of magmatic processes.  The appointee will be encouraged to pursue his/her
own research, assist with undergraduate teaching and contribute to
appropriate areas of departmental research and administration.
   The post is available from 1 October 1997 (or as soon as possible
thereafter) for 3 years, renewable annually.
   Applications by curriculum vitae with the names of 3 referees should be
sent to: The Director of Personnel, University of Liverpool, Liverpool,
L69 3BX, UK, from whom further particulars may be obtained (particulars can
also be requested via e-mail jobs at liv.ac.uk) .  Applicants should arrange
for two letters of reference to be sent directly to Professor N. J.
Kusznir, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Liverpool, L69 3BX; to
whom informal inquiries may be made via e-mail sr11 at liv.ac.uk or FAX:
+44-151-794-5196. For information about the Department refer to
http://www.liv.ac.uk/earth_sciences/dept/general.html.

   The initial salary is in the range 16,045-20,103 Pounds.
   Closing date for applications is 8 September.





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