Physics: Biophysics, Physics: Condensed Matter, Physics: Optics and Laser
School of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne
The University plan seeks to increase the diversity of the workforce and the representation of women in areas where they have been traditionally under-represented. Consistent with this, the School of Physics is seeking to increase the representation of women in the academic workforce across physical science disciplines. Pursuant to a Special Measure under Section 12 (1) of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic), the School will, therefore, only consider applications from suitably qualified female candidates for this position.
Salary: AUD98,775 - AUD117,290 p.a. (Level B) or AUD120,993 - AUD139,510 p.a. (Level C), plus 17% superannuation. Level of appointment is subject to qualifications and experience.
The School of Physics is seeking the appointment of an outstanding female academic to the Jacob Haimson and Beverly Mecklenburg Lectureship in Physics. The successful candidate will undertake high-level research of exceptional promise in physics. The position is open to female researchers with research expertise in the following areas; Condensed Matter Physics, Optics, Physical Biosciences, and Theoretical Particle Physics.
Close date: 16 Oct 2017
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Additional Salary Information: AUD98,775 - AUD117,290 p.a. (Level B) or AUD120,993 - AUD139,510 p.a. (Level C) PLUS 17% superannuation. Level of appointment is subject to qualifications and experience.
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