Department of Imaging & Applied Physics 3 years fixed-term, full-time/ part-time
AUD$60,415 - AUD$102,479 (ALA/ALB) and 17% Superannuation
Beam your extensive knowledge of radio astronomy to the international stage and grow your research profile in extragalactic galaxies and quasars.
Under the guidance of Professor Carole Jackson you will undertake research on extragalactic radio source populations and work with a range of multi-waveband data, including the new Murchison Widefield Array survey (GLEAM).
You need a PhD in astronomy, physics or a related field combined with a demonstrated ability to conduct research and an established record of excellence in highly respected scholarly publications. Extensive understanding of the fundamentals of radio astronomy and instrumentation, proven history of success in competitive grant applications and the ability to program in high level languages in a Unix environment are essential.
Applications close: 5 pm, Monday 3rd February 2014