International students, Australian citizens or permanent residents can apply for this full time postdoctoral fellowship granted by the School of Physics, University of Melbourne. Candidate will join a team working on the pipeline and data analysis at the University of Melbourne, and would work closely with other CAASTRO investigators and the MWA EoR collaboration team both in Australia and internationally. The fields to be studied under are in the Epoch of Reionisation data-set from the Murchison Widefield Array. The tenure of these beneficial grants is 3 years and the value $61,138 – $82,963 p.a. It can be acquired at Australia.
- About the eligibility:-
-CAASTRO supports a flexible working environment; for Australian citizens or permanent residents, this opportunity is available as either a full-time or part-time position.
-Due to visa restrictions, international applicants can be considered only on a full-time basis.
- About the nationality:-
International students, Australian citizens or permanent residents can apply for this postdoctoral fellowship.
- About the awards:-
- This appointment will be for 3 years.
- Salary: $61,138 – $82,963 p.a. (PhD entry level $77,290 p.a.) plus 9.25% superannuation.
- Selection Criteria:
A PhD or equivalent in Astrophysics or a related area.
-Expertise in statistical analysis, in particular using power spectra.
-A demonstrated aptitude for research with a sound record of publication, commensurate with experience and opportunities.
-Demonstrated ability to work both independently and in collaboration with others.
-Good data analysis and programming skills.
-Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
-Expertise in statistical analysis of extremely large data sets.
-Expertise in radio astronomy.
-Experience in the supervision of students undertaking undergraduate projects and higher degrees.
-Research interests in cosmology and extragalactic astrophysics.
- About the applying procedure and the Deadline:-
- The mode of applying is online.
- The deadline for applications is 1 November 2013.