Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in observational extragalactic astronomy to work on multi-wavelength studies of high-redshift dusty star-forming galaxies. This will involve exploitation of sub-mm spectral and continuum data (ie. from ALMA, SCUBA-2). Staff in the Centre for Astrophysics Research at the University of Hertfordshire, actively working in this area, are Drs. Kristen Coppin (project lead), Jim Geach, Jason Stevens, and Dan Smith. This project is funded by an award from the UK Science & Technology Facilities Council.
The position is available for up to 2.5 years with a start date ideally between March 1 and July 1 2019. Candidates should have a PhD in astronomy/astrophysics before taking up the post. The starting salary is expected to be £33,199 per annum, incrementing annually, with higher salary possible based on previous postdoctoral experience.
Applications should be submitted online and should be accompanied by an uploaded CV; list of publications; a summary of previous research and current interests (not exceeding two sides of A4 paper, in PDF format); and the contact details of 2 referees willing to write on your behalf.
The Astrophysics group is part of the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics, and is a thriving research group of ~60 academic staff, research fellows and postgraduate students. The School takes pride in the diversity of its staff, and holds both an IoP Juno Practitioner and an Athena-Swan Silver award. We encourage applications from all individuals meeting our essential criteria, irrespective of gender or membership of underrepresented groups.