micropal Micropaleo. Position, NHM, London

N. MacLeod N.MacLeod at nhm.ac.uk
Mon Jun 19 07:54:44 EST 2000


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Micropalaeontological Researcher (Phytoplankton), The Natural History 
Museum (London), London, UK.

The Natural History Museum (London) has an immediate opening for a 
tenure-track Research Scientist to contribute to its palaeontological 
research and collections programme. We seek a dynamic individual who 
will implement a strong, internationally recognised, 
collections-based research programme in the biostratigraphy, 
palaeobiology, and evolution of a significant marine phytoplankton 
group (e.g., acritarchs, diatoms, dinoflagellates).

The successful candidate will also be expected to develop the 
Museum's collections in this area, engage in commercial and/or 
applied activities, contribute to the Museum's public outreach 
programmes, and become successful in obtaining grants to assist in 
the support of their research. The Natural History Museum has 
extensive collections in this area, including material from 
oceanographic expeditions (e.g., Challenger), (former) commercial 
research collections, and donated collections from noted 
systematists. In addition, the Department of Palaeontology, along 
with NHM research themes in Stratigraphy & Correlation and in Global 
Change & the Biosphere have well-developed research programmes that 
focus on causes of extinction and patterns of diversification of 
marine and terrestrial biotas. The candidate will be expected to take 
an active role these interdisciplinary research areas.

A PhD in an appropriate discipline (e.g., palaeontology, 
palaeobiology) is required. The salary range for this position is 
between 17,837 GBP - 28,564 GBP depending on the candidate's 
experience and qualifications.

For further information about the Natural History Museum please 
consult our website (http://www.nhm.ac.uk).

For further information and details how to apply please email 
nhm at kad.co.uk or send a 1st class stamped self-addressed envelope to:

The Natural History Museum
c/o Kingsway Advertising
The Clove Building
4 Maguire Street
Bullers Wharf
London
SE1 2NQ

To enquire on the progress of your application call the Museum 
Response Line on 020 7410 8458 between the hours 11am and 2pm, Monday 
- Friday only.

No telephone requests for application forms will be accepted.


Closing date for applications is 13th July 2000.

Please distribute this announcement.

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Dr. Norman MacLeod
Associate Keeper
Department of Palaeontology, The Natural History Museum,
Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD

Office Phone: 0207-942-5295
Dept. FAX: 0207-942-5546
E-mail: N.MacLeod at nhm.ac.uk

Web Page: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/palaeontology/micro/nm/nm.html

A Selection of Web Pages for Current Projects:
PaleoNet (East): http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/paleonet/
PaleoNet (West): http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/Paleonet/
Palaeontologia Electronica: http://www-odp.tamu.edu/paleo/
PaleoBase: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/palaeontology/paleobase/
PalaeoVision Gallery: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/palaeontology/micro/micro.html

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color="#000000">Micropalaeontological Researcher (Phytoplankton), The
Natural History Museum (London), London, UK.<br>
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</font><font face="Times" size="+1" color="#000000">The Natural
History Museum (London) has an immediate opening for a tenure-track
Research Scientist to contribute to its palaeontological research and
collections programme. We seek a dynamic individual who will
implement a strong, internationally recognised, collections-based
research programme in the biostratigraphy, palaeobiology, and
evolution of a significant marine phytoplankton group (e.g.,
acritarchs, diatoms, dinoflagellates).<br>
<br>
The successful candidate will also be expected to develop the
Museum's collections in this area, engage in commercial and/or
applied activities, contribute to the Museum's public outreach
programmes, and become successful in obtaining grants to assist in
the support of their research. The Natural History Museum has
extensive collections in this area, including material from
oceanographic expeditions (e.g., Challenger), (former) commercial
research collections, and donated collections from noted
systematists. In addition, the Department of Palaeontology, along
with NHM research themes in Stratigraphy &amp; Correlation and in
Global Change &amp; the Biosphere have well-developed research
programmes that focus on causes of extinction and patterns of
diversification of marine and terrestrial biotas. The candidate will
be expected to take an active role these interdisciplinary research
areas.<br>
<br>
A PhD in an appropriate discipline (e.g., palaeontology,
palaeobiology) is required. The salary range for this position is
between 17,837 GBP - 28,564 GBP depending on the candidate's
experience and qualifications.<br>
<br>
For further information about the Natural History Museum please
consult our website (<u>http://www.nhm.ac.uk</u>).<br>
<br>
For further information and details how to apply please email<u>
nhm at kad.co.uk</u> or send a 1st class stamped self-addressed envelope
to:<br>
<br>
The Natural History Museum<br>
c/o Kingsway Advertising<br>
The Clove Building<br>
4 Maguire Street<br>
Bullers Wharf<br>
London<br>
SE1 2NQ<br>
<br>
To enquire on the progress of your application call the Museum
Response Line on 020 7410 8458 between the hours 11am and 2pm, Monday
- Friday only.<br>
<br>
No telephone requests for application forms will be accepted.<br>
&nbsp;</font><br>
<font face="Times" size="+1" color="#000000"></font></div>
<div><font face="Times" size="+2" color="#000000"><b>Closing date for
applications is 13th July 2000.</b></font><br>
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<div><font face="Times" size="+1" color="#000000">Please distribute
this announcement.</font></div>
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></span>__________________________<br>
<br>
Dr. Norman MacLeod<br>
Associate Keeper<br>
Department of Palaeontology, The Natural History Museum, <br>
Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD<br>
<br>
Office Phone: 0207-942-5295<br>
Dept. FAX: 0207-942-5546<br>
E-mail: N.MacLeod at nhm.ac.uk<br>
<br>
Web Page: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/palaeontology/micro<span
></span>/nm/nm.html<br>
<br>
A Selection of Web Pages for Current Projects:<br>
PaleoNet (East): http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/paleon<span
></span>et/<br>
PaleoNet (West): http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/Paleonet/<br>
Palaeontologia Electronica: http://www-odp.tamu.edu/paleo/<br>
PaleoBase: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/palaeontology/paleo<span
></span>base/<br>
PalaeoVision Gallery: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/palaeontology/micro<span
></span>/micro.html<br>
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