Rolling Tenure in Australia
Pam.Blower at ANU.EDU.AU
Thu Mar 16 20:09:46 EST 1995
The John Curtin School of Medical Research is seeking to make appointments
in one or more
of its four Divisions:
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
The general focus of research in the School is the cellular and molecular
basis of medicine, and
the appointments may be made in research areas in the biomedical sciences
within the four
Divisions, consistent with the School's research commitments and mission.
Applicants will be expected to have Postdoctoral experience, an excellent
background and publication record indicating substantial independent
research ability in a field
relevant to the School's mission, appropriate to the level of appointment
Intending applicants should express interest by forwarding a full curriculum
with a brief outline of proposed research, drawing attention to past
achievements and future
plans. It is anticipated that short-listed candidates will subsequently be
invited to provide a
more detailed research proposal.
Contact: For further information about the position, please contact the
Professor K Lafferty, telephone: 61-6 249 2597: fax 61-6 249 2337.
Further particulars, which include the selection criteria, are available
from the School
Secretary. JCSMR, telephone: 61-6 249 2580; fax 61-6 249 3955.
Closing Date: 28 April 1995 Ref: JC9505
Salary: Research Fellow: $A42,198 - $A50,111 p.a.
Fellow: $A51,692 - $A59,605 p.a.
Senior Fellow: $A62,242 - $A68,571 p.a.
Appointment: will be to renewable fixed term positions, up to five years
for further terms of five years will be subject to review not less than 18
months before the end
of the initial terms.
APPLICATIONS addressing the selection criteria should be submitted in
duplicate to The
Secretary, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, 0200, quoting
number and including curriculum vitae, list of publications and names and
addresses of at least
three referees. The University has a no smoking policy in all University
buildings and vehicles.
THE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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