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Laboratory Data Analyst is the most popular profession in in the category Science & Research. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 6. The average salary of the profession of Laboratory Data Analyst is 1400 aud

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The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: Academic Level C (Fellow) or D (Associate Professor) or E (Professor) – 2 x positions availableSalary package: $119,844 – $187,079 per annum plus 17% superannuationTerm: Full time, ContinuingOverviewThe ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) operates Australia’s largest optical observatory and has access to the world’s largest optical telescopes.Our staff and students have made major contributions to astronomy, mapping the structure and formation of the Milky Way, discovering planets orbiting other stars, measuring dark matter both within our Galaxy and in the wider Universe, and discovering the accelerating expansion of the Universe. Our researchers include winners of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science and the Nobel Prize.Our main campus at Mount Stromlo Observatory in Canberra hosts the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre, a national facility established to support the development of the next generation of instruments for astronomy and space science.Our research telescopes are situated at Siding Spring Observatory in the Warrumbungle region of New South Wales. The observatory is Australia’s premier optical and infrared observatory and operates the 3.9-metre Anglo-Australian Telescope, the ANU 2.3-metre telescope, the UK Schmidt Telescope, and the SkyMapper survey telescope.RSAA researchers also have access to the ESO telescopes at Paranal and La Silla, to the Australian SKA Pathfinder and the Australia Telescope Compact Array, and to other major international facilities. ANU is a partner in the Giant Magellan Telescope project.The PositionWe are seeking to appoint two outstanding academic leaders with proven track records who will play a leading role in all aspects of research and teaching, including setting research and teaching agendas, ensuring ongoing funding, promoting the graduate student program, and driving a strong impact and innovation culture.Candidates in all fields of astronomy and astrophysics will be considered on their merits, with the primary criterion for selection being academic excellence. To support the identified areas of research focus for the School, preference will be given to candidates with a demonstrated track record and active research program in the fields of stellar physics, Galactic astronomy, cosmology and radio astronomy.Female candidates are strongly encouraged: at least one of these two positions will be awarded to a woman.To excel in this role you will have:A PhD in a relevant area.An outstanding track record of articulating and prosecuting innovative research in astronomy and astrophysics (with strong preference for work in the fields of stellar physics, Galactic astronomy, cosmology and radio astronomy) as evidenced by highly cited publications in leading peer-reviewed journals and conferences, a record of developing and maintaining collaborations with world leading researchers and institutes, and by other measures such as prestigious awards, invitations to give keynote addresses at leading conferences, or elite membership of professional institutions.A compelling vision for the activities you will undertake and lead at the ANU.An extensive record of leading and winning bids for competitive external funding to support individual and collaborative research activities, and the demonstrated ability to identify such opportunities for others and to provide mentoring in the process.Evidence of effective teaching at all levels and a demonstrated ability to set the education agenda of the School in the applicant’s area of expertise.An outstanding track record of successfully supervising and graduating high quality PhD and Masters Research students as evidenced by, for example, the subsequent positions held by these students.Proven success in academic leadership, including mentoring and developing colleagues to achieve goals.Excellent oral and written English language skills and a demonstrated ability to communicate and interact effectively with a variety of staff and students in a cross-disciplinary academic environment and to foster respectful and productive working relationships with staff, students and colleagues at all levels.A demonstrated high-level understanding of the principles of inclusion, diversity, equity and access, and a commitment to the application of these principles in a University context.The Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs, including on-campus childcare facilities, to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please click here. To see what the Science at ANU community is like, we invite you to follow us on social media at Instagram and Facebook.For further information about these positions please contact the RSAA Director, Professor Matthew Colless, on T: +61 2 6125 0266 or E: matthew.colless@anu.edu.au.ANU Values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. People with a disability are encouraged to apply. For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here.Application Information In order to apply for his role, please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria, andA current curriculum vitae (CV)Please note the successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Postdoctoral Fellow (Object Detection)
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
The Biological Data Science Institute (BDSI) is a academic unit in the College of Science that sits at the interface of data science and biological science. It aims to recruit, build and coordinate expertise in biological data science to accelerate the translation of biological data to biological knowledge. Operating in the space between traditional disciplines, the BDSI is positioned to collaborate across the ANU campus and with partner organisations to solve problems that have impact.Multiple BDSI positions are being recruited in formal partnership with CSIRO to support their Future Science Platform in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (MLAI FSP). This cohort will work with top scientists and engineers to develop, extend and leverage MLAI approaches to advance analytical frontiers in areas with direct applications to animal and plant breeding. The Postdoctoral Fellows will be embedded in a collaborative FSP research team at the CSIRO Black Mountain site adjacent to the ANU Acton campus, while also being members of the ANU Biological Data Science Institute.These positions are being recruited into the “Object Detection” activity within the MLAI FSP. The Postdoctoral Fellows will focus on the development of new machine learning algorithms and research to tackle problems relevant to Agriculture, Aquaculture and Livestock industries. These problems require new solutions to: (1) bypass the limitations of hand-labelling data by incorporating domain knowledge or synthetic data; (2) integrate data from multiple streams with differing dimensionality (e.g. images, videos, 3D data, or non-imaging sensors); and, (3) capture signals in the temporal domain. In contributing to these solutions, the Postdoctoral Fellow will work at the interface between machine learning research and specific domain applications, and will interact with experts in both areas.There is funding to support this position for three years.For further information, please contact Professor Eric Stone E: director.bdsi@anu.edu.auTo see what the Science at ANU community is like, we invite you to follow us on social media at Instagram and FacebookThe Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please click here.ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. People with a disability are encouraged to apply. For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here.Application informationIn order to apply for his role, please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Other documents, if required.This position may close prior to the advertisement closing date, as applications will be reviewed on a regular basis. Suitable candidates will be contacted for interview.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Java Developer
Addon Technologies Inc, ACT, AU
• Should have working experience in Java web application development.• Strong in Java, Spring framework, UI Design & design patterns.• Good understanding of HTML, CSS & JavaScript .• Must be able to work closely with business users.• Knowledge of Unix / Linux operating system• Knowledge of CI/CD pipelines, Docker, Kubernates and DevOps principles.• Experience implementing and managing microservices.• Excellent analytical, logical and research skills. Good communication and professional interpersonal skills required.• Ability to articulate technical concepts in written form for emails, proven ability to proactively address user concerns and exceed expectations.Addon Technologies Inc is a Michigan based professional IT Services Company in the USA, providing software consulting, development, support, maintenance and training services in a variety of industries. We assist clients in finding simple and timely solutions to business problems. Our Direct Client list includes several Fortune 500 companies like JP Morgan, Ebay, Chase bank, Fannie Mae, General Motors, Ford Motors, Chrysler Automotive, Quicken Loans, CISCO, IBM, HP, AT&T to name a few.What ADDON expect from Consultant?Ø Masters or Bachelor in IT/ Computer science /Engg.Ø Should have minimum 5years industrial experienceØ Willing to relocate anywhere in the United StatesØ Excellent Communication SkillsWhy CONSULTANT should pursue an opportunity in the United States?Ø Competitive SalaryØ Better quality of lifeØ Cost of living is lower than what you are experiencing now.Ø Multiple opportunities to explore a career in ITØ Ease process to get E3 visa.Please feel free to email me if you have any queries.Job Types: Full-time, ContractExperience needed : more than 5 yearsSalary: Up to $100,000.00USD per year
2021/2022 CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Oceans & Atmosphere
CSIRO, Black Mountain, ACT
Are you passionate about a career in research?Want to access CSIRO's world-class facilities and staff?Apply for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship now!CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships provide enhanced opportunities in science and engineering for outstanding graduates enrolling in a PhD each year at Australian tertiary institutions as postgraduates. CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are now being offered in over 30 CSIRO research areas, for funding commencing in financial year 2021-22.CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are available to postgraduate students who have gained (or expect to gain), first or upper second class honours or equivalent, in relevant research areas. Students must also be in receipt of, or expect to receive, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or an equivalent primary scholarship commencing in 2021 or early 2022. Joint supervision of students by a university and a CSIRO supervisor is required and such joint supervisory arrangements must be consistent with the Higher Degree by Research Regulations of the host university. The students’ research will be co-supervised by CSIRO and university researchers. A CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is a supplementary award, which adds to the student’s support from a principal scholarship awarded by another body, e.g. RTP scholarship. In all respects recipients of awards will be regarded as students of the University at which they are registered, and all rules relating to degree candidature and the primary award will apply. In particular, recipients will undertake research at CSIRO as a student of the university concerned and will not be employees of CSIRO.Recipients of CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are generally required to be Australian citizens or permanent residents. However, in fields in which there is a national skill shortage, awards may be awarded to overseas candidates.Understanding our oceans, coasts, climate and atmosphere is fundamental to Australia's sustainable development and prosperity. CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere undertakes science to ensure a healthy coastal and marine ecosystem and atmospheric environment now and into the future. For more information, please see our website at Oceans and Atmosphere.Research areas: for details of research areas and how to apply please see document CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Oceans and Atmosphere (link to Excel document)Location: Various locations across AustraliaScholarship: Top-Up Scholarship of $10,000 per annum, plus a learning and development budget of $5,000 over the term of the studentshipReference: 77653EligibilityTo be eligible to apply you must have (or expect to gain):first or upper second-class honours or equivalent in a relevant research area;admission to an Australian University as a PhD student;hold an appropriate visa to study in Australia (if international)*be no further than one year (FTE) into a PhD on commencing at CSIROhold a primary scholarship; for example, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or other primary scholarship of similar valuenot be in receipt of any other Top-Up Scholarshipbe available to commence with CSIRO no later than 30 June 2022a university supervisor who is willing and able to supervise you.* International applicants must have the appropriate immigration approvals to allow them to take up the scholarship. The successful student must be residing in Australia in order to commence their PhD and take up the CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship by no later than 30 June 2022.The successful applicant will be required to obtain and provide a National Police Check or equivalent.Applications will be assessed on:Quality and relevance of student project: The primary assessment criterion for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is the quality and relevance of the project being proposed. The research must be aligned with the advertised priority research area.Academic calibre of the student: The quality of the student is also critical to the assessment of a scholarship and candidates must hold (or expect to gain) a relevant first or upper second class honours (or equivalent) degree from a recognised university.Availability of appropriate university supervision: The relevance of the university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO supervisor should also be made clear. How to apply:You will be required to:submit a Resume/CV and Cover Letter (as one document) in the ‘Resume/CV’ field which includes:the reasons why the research project/s you have selected are of interest to you and how your skills/knowledge meet the project requirements;the names and contact details of two academic referees; andan outline of your longer-term career aspirations and how this program will help you achieve them.upload your academic results in the ‘Cover Letter’ field;in the ‘Education’ section, select your university from the Educational Institute list; in the ‘Job-Specific Information’ section, select your preferred research project/s in order of preference. You are not required to provide your Grade Point Average (GPA), please select ‘Not Applicable’.If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 984 220 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: .Diversity and InclusionWe are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIROAt CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
2021/2022 CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Health & Biosecurity
CSIRO, Black Mountain, ACT
Are you passionate about a career in research?Want to access CSIRO's world-class facilities and staff?Apply for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship now!CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships provide enhanced opportunities in science and engineering for outstanding graduates enrolling in a PhD each year at Australian tertiary institutions as postgraduates. CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are now being offered in over 30 CSIRO research areas, for funding commencing in financial year 2021-22.CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are available to postgraduate students who have gained (or expect to gain), first or upper second class honours or equivalent, in relevant research areas. Students must also be in receipt of, or expect to receive, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or an equivalent primary scholarship commencing in 2021 or early 2022. Joint supervision of students by a university and a CSIRO supervisor is required and such joint supervisory arrangements must be consistent with the Higher Degree by Research Regulations of the host university. The students’ research will be co-supervised by CSIRO and university researchers. A CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is a supplementary award, which adds to the student’s support from a principal scholarship awarded by another body, e.g. RTP scholarship. In all respects recipients of awards will be regarded as students of the University at which they are registered, and all rules relating to degree candidature and the primary award will apply. In particular, recipients will undertake research at CSIRO as a student of the university concerned and will not be employees of CSIRO.Recipients of CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are generally required to be Australian citizens or permanent residents. However, in fields in which there is a national skill shortage, awards may be awarded to overseas candidates.CSIRO Health & Biosecurity’s research programs focus on health and biosecurity preparedness and responsiveness, digital health, and health and wellbeing. For more information please see our website at Health & Biosecurity (link). Research areas: for details of research areas and how to apply please see document CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Health and Biosecurity (link to Excel document)Location: Various locations across AustraliaScholarship: Top-Up Scholarship of $10,000 per annum, plus a learning and development budget of $5,000 over the term of the studentshipReference: 77648EligibilityTo be eligible to apply you must have (or expect to gain):first or upper second-class honours or equivalent in a relevant research area;admission to an Australian University as a PhD student;hold an appropriate visa to study in Australia (if international)*be no further than one year (FTE) into a PhD on commencing at CSIROhold a primary scholarship; for example, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or other primary scholarship of similar valuenot be in receipt of any other Top-Up Scholarshipbe available to commence with CSIRO no later than 30 June 2022a university supervisor who is willing and able to supervise you.* International applicants must have the appropriate immigration approvals to allow them to take up the scholarship. The successful student must be residing in Australia in order to commence their PhD and take up the CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship by no later than 30 June 2022.The successful applicant will be required to obtain and provide a National Police Check or equivalent.Applications will be assessed on:Quality and relevance of student project: The primary assessment criterion for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is the quality and relevance of the project being proposed. The research must be aligned with the advertised priority research area.Academic calibre of the student: The quality of the student is also critical to the assessment of a scholarship and candidates must hold (or expect to gain) a relevant first or upper second class honours (or equivalent) degree from a recognised university.Availability of appropriate university supervision: The relevance of the university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO supervisor should also be made clear. How to apply:You will be required to:submit a Resume/CV and Cover Letter (as one document) in the ‘Resume/CV’ field which includes:the reasons why the research project/s you have selected are of interest to you and how your skills/knowledge meet the project requirements;the names and contact details of two academic referees; andan outline of your longer-term career aspirations and how this program will help you achieve them.upload your academic results in the ‘Cover Letter’ field;in the ‘Education’ section, select your university from the Educational Institute list; in the ‘Job-Specific Information’ section, select your preferred research project/s in order of preference. You are not required to provide your Grade Point Average (GPA), please select ‘Not Applicable’.If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 984 220 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: .Diversity and InclusionWe are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIROAt CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
2021/2022 CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Manufacturing
CSIRO, Black Mountain, ACT
Are you passionate about a career in research?Want to access CSIRO's world-class facilities and staff?Apply for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship now!CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships provide enhanced opportunities in science and engineering for outstanding graduates enrolling in a PhD each year at Australian tertiary institutions as postgraduates. CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are now being offered in over 30 CSIRO research areas, for funding commencing in financial year 2021-22.CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are available to postgraduate students who have gained (or expect to gain), first or upper second class honours or equivalent, in relevant research areas. Students must also be in receipt of, or expect to receive, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or an equivalent primary scholarship commencing in 2021 or early 2022. Joint supervision of students by a university and a CSIRO supervisor is required and such joint supervisory arrangements must be consistent with the Higher Degree by Research Regulations of the host university. The students’ research will be co-supervised by CSIRO and university researchers. A CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is a supplementary award, which adds to the student’s support from a principal scholarship awarded by another body, e.g. RTP scholarship. In all respects recipients of awards will be regarded as students of the University at which they are registered, and all rules relating to degree candidature and the primary award will apply. In particular, recipients will undertake research at CSIRO as a student of the university concerned and will not be employees of CSIRO.Recipients of CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are generally required to be Australian citizens or permanent residents. However, in fields in which there is a national skill shortage, awards may be awarded to overseas candidates.CSIRO Manufacturing helps Australian businesses develop new products, components and materials. Whether you’re a start-up, SME or multinational, CSIRO can help deliver innovative solutions for your business. For more information please see our website at Manufacturing (link).Research areas: for details of research areas and how to apply please see document CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Manufacturing (link to Excel document)Location: Various locations across AustraliaScholarship: Top-Up Scholarship of $10,000 per annum, plus a learning and development budget of $5,000 over the term of the studentshipReference: 77650EligibilityTo be eligible to apply you must have (or expect to gain):first or upper second-class honours or equivalent in a relevant research area;admission to an Australian University as a PhD student;hold an appropriate visa to study in Australia (if international)*be no further than one year (FTE) into a PhD on commencing at CSIROhold a primary scholarship; for example, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or other primary scholarship of similar valuenot be in receipt of any other Top-Up Scholarshipbe available to commence with CSIRO no later than 30 June 2022a university supervisor who is willing and able to supervise you.* International applicants must have the appropriate immigration approvals to allow them to take up the scholarship. The successful student must be residing in Australia in order to commence their PhD and take up the CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship by no later than 30 June 2022.The successful applicant will be required to obtain and provide a National Police Check or equivalent.Applications will be assessed on:Quality and relevance of student project: The primary assessment criterion for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is the quality and relevance of the project being proposed. The research must be aligned with the advertised priority research area.Academic calibre of the student: The quality of the student is also critical to the assessment of a scholarship and candidates must hold (or expect to gain) a relevant first or upper second class honours (or equivalent) degree from a recognised university.Availability of appropriate university supervision: The relevance of the university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO supervisor should also be made clear. How to apply:You will be required to:submit a Resume/CV and Cover Letter (as one document) in the ‘Resume/CV’ field which includes:the reasons why the research project/s you have selected are of interest to you and how your skills/knowledge meet the project requirements;the names and contact details of two academic referees; andan outline of your longer-term career aspirations and how this program will help you achieve them.upload your academic results in the ‘Cover Letter’ field;in the ‘Education’ section, select your university from the Educational Institute list; in the ‘Job-Specific Information’ section, select your preferred research project/s in order of preference. You are not required to provide your Grade Point Average (GPA), please select ‘Not Applicable’.If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 984 220 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: .Diversity and InclusionWe are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIROAt CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
2021/2022 CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship - Space & astronomy
CSIRO, Black Mountain, ACT
Are you passionate about a career in research?Want to access CSIRO's world-class facilities and staff?Apply for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship now!CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships provide enhanced opportunities in science and engineering for outstanding graduates enrolling in a PhD each year at Australian tertiary institutions as postgraduates. CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are now being offered in over 30 CSIRO research areas, for funding commencing in financial year 2021-22.CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are available to postgraduate students who have gained (or expect to gain), first or upper second class honours or equivalent, in relevant research areas. Students must also be in receipt of, or expect to receive, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or an equivalent primary scholarship commencing in 2021 or early 2022. Joint supervision of students by a university and a CSIRO supervisor is required and such joint supervisory arrangements must be consistent with the Higher Degree by Research Regulations of the host university. The students’ research will be co-supervised by CSIRO and university researchers. A CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is a supplementary award, which adds to the student’s support from a principal scholarship awarded by another body, e.g. RTP scholarship. In all respects recipients of awards will be regarded as students of the University at which they are registered, and all rules relating to degree candidature and the primary award will apply. In particular, recipients will undertake research at CSIRO as a student of the university concerned and will not be employees of CSIRO.Recipients of CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are generally required to be Australian citizens or permanent residents. However, in fields in which there is a national skill shortage, awards may be awarded to overseas candidates.Our space and astronomy research enables humanity to better understand the Earth and Universe. It contributes to solving the greatest challenges and building future industry. For more information please see our website at Space and Astronomy (link).Space and Astronomy is offering a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship in the following research area:Project Title: Near-field adaptive beamforming in widely-spaced arbitrary arraysProject Details: CSIRO is developing techniques to use its radio telescopes for tracking objects in space to contribute to Space Situational Awareness (SSA). This requires direction of arrival (DOA) estimation of received signals, and for our array telescopes, these objects are in the near field, where the wavefront curvature is significant. Conventional adaptive beamforming techniques assume the objects are in the far field. The research project aims to study and develop efficient self-calibration techniques to address the near-field array manifold correction in the presence of phase and amplitude errors and noise. The theoretical study is expected to be illustrated by data from one or more of our telescopes, such as the Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) which consists of six 22-meter dishes. While our interest is in the use of our telescopes, this field of study has applications in many other areas including acoustics and radio communications.Contact: For more information on the research project please contact Hamed Nosrati via email at Location: Marsfield (Sydney), NSWScholarship: Top-Up Scholarship of $10,000 per annum, plus a learning and development budget of $5,000 over the term of the studentshipReference: 77654EligibilityTo be eligible to apply you must have (or expect to gain):first or upper second-class honours or equivalent in a relevant research area;admission to an Australian University as a PhD student;hold an appropriate visa to study in Australia (if international)*be no further than one year (FTE) into a PhD on commencing at CSIROhold a primary scholarship; for example, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or other primary scholarship of similar valuenot be in receipt of any other Top-Up Scholarshipbe available to commence with CSIRO no later than 30 June 2022a university supervisor who is willing and able to supervise you.* International applicants must have the appropriate immigration approvals to allow them to take up the scholarship. The successful student must be residing in Australia in order to commence their PhD and take up the CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship by no later than 30 June 2022.The successful applicant will be required to obtain and provide a National Police Check or equivalent.Applications will be assessed on:Quality and relevance of student project: The primary assessment criterion for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is the quality and relevance of the project being proposed. The research must be aligned with the advertised priority research area.Academic calibre of the student: The quality of the student is also critical to the assessment of a scholarship and candidates must hold (or expect to gain) a relevant first or upper second class honours (or equivalent) degree from a recognised university.Availability of appropriate university supervision: The relevance of the university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO supervisor should also be made clear. How to apply:You will be required to:submit a Resume/CV and Cover Letter (as one document) in the ‘Resume/CV’ field which includes:the reasons why the research project/s you have selected are of interest to you and how your skills/knowledge meet the project requirements;the names and contact details of two academic referees; andan outline of your longer-term career aspirations and how this program will help you achieve them.upload your academic results in the ‘Cover Letter’ field;in the ‘Education’ section, select your university from the Educational Institute list; in the ‘Job-Specific Information’ section, select ‘Not Applicable’ for both Preference 1 and Preference 2; and for the Grade Point Average (GPA), as you are not required to provide this information.If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 984 220 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: .Diversity and InclusionWe are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIROAt CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
2021/2022 CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Mineral Resources
CSIRO, Black Mountain, ACT
Are you passionate about a career in research?Want to access CSIRO's world-class facilities and staff?Apply for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship now!CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships provide enhanced opportunities in science and engineering for outstanding graduates enrolling in a PhD each year at Australian tertiary institutions as postgraduates. CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are now being offered in over 30 CSIRO research areas, for funding commencing in financial year 2021-22.CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are available to postgraduate students who have gained (or expect to gain), first or upper second class honours or equivalent, in relevant research areas. Students must also be in receipt of, or expect to receive, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or an equivalent primary scholarship commencing in 2021 or early 2022. Joint supervision of students by a university and a CSIRO supervisor is required and such joint supervisory arrangements must be consistent with the Higher Degree by Research Regulations of the host university. The students’ research will be co-supervised by CSIRO and university researchers. A CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is a supplementary award, which adds to the student’s support from a principal scholarship awarded by another body, e.g. RTP scholarship. In all respects recipients of awards will be regarded as students of the University at which they are registered, and all rules relating to degree candidature and the primary award will apply. In particular, recipients will undertake research at CSIRO as a student of the university concerned and will not be employees of CSIRO.Recipients of CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are generally required to be Australian citizens or permanent residents. However, in fields in which there is a national skill shortage, awards may be awarded to overseas candidates.CSIRO Mineral Resources are delivering breakthrough innovation to create a more productive, sustainable and globally competitive mining and mineral resources industry for the benefit of Australia and the world. For more information please see our website at Mineral Resources (link).Research areas: for details of research areas and how to apply please see document CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Mineral Resources (link to Excel document)Location: Various locations across AustraliaScholarship: Top-Up Scholarship of $10,000 per annum, plus a learning and development budget of $5,000 over the term of the studentshipReference: 77651EligibilityTo be eligible to apply you must have (or expect to gain):first or upper second-class honours or equivalent in a relevant research area;admission to an Australian University as a PhD student;hold an appropriate visa to study in Australia (if international)*be no further than one year (FTE) into a PhD on commencing at CSIROhold a primary scholarship; for example, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or other primary scholarship of similar valuenot be in receipt of any other Top-Up Scholarshipbe available to commence with CSIRO no later than 30 June 2022a university supervisor who is willing and able to supervise you.* International applicants must have the appropriate immigration approvals to allow them to take up the scholarship. The successful student must be residing in Australia in order to commence their PhD and take up the CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship by no later than 30 June 2022.The successful applicant will be required to obtain and provide a National Police Check or equivalent.Applications will be assessed on:Quality and relevance of student project: The primary assessment criterion for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is the quality and relevance of the project being proposed. The research must be aligned with the advertised priority research area.Academic calibre of the student: The quality of the student is also critical to the assessment of a scholarship and candidates must hold (or expect to gain) a relevant first or upper second class honours (or equivalent) degree from a recognised university.Availability of appropriate university supervision: The relevance of the university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO supervisor should also be made clear. How to apply:You will be required to:submit a Resume/CV and Cover Letter (as one document) in the ‘Resume/CV’ field which includes:the reasons why the research project/s you have selected are of interest to you and how your skills/knowledge meet the project requirements;the names and contact details of two academic referees; andan outline of your longer-term career aspirations and how this program will help you achieve them.upload your academic results in the ‘Cover Letter’ field;in the ‘Education’ section, select your university from the Educational Institute list; in the ‘Job-Specific Information’ section, select your preferred research project/s in order of preference. You are not required to provide your Grade Point Average (GPA), please select ‘Not Applicable’.If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 984 220 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: .Diversity and InclusionWe are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIROAt CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
Research Fellow, Humanising Machine Intelligence (HMI) project
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: Level BSalary package: $101,805 - $115,428 per annum, plus 17% SuperTerm: Full time, continuing contingent appointment, with an expected end date in 2 years from the startJoin a multidisciplinary project advancing the study and design of democratically legitimate data and AI systems.Connect with an international network of world-class researchers working on AI and society.Contribute to ground-breaking and impactful research addressing one of the grand challenges of the twenty-first century.Position overviewThe ANU is seeking a world-class researcher to join a team of philosophers, computer scientists, lawyers and social scientists, on the Humanising Machine Intelligence (HMI) Grand Challenge project. Our goal is to contribute to the design and adoption of sociotechnical systems necessary for democratically legitimate data and AI—that is data and AI systems that are responsive to the values and decision-making procedures of democratic societies. Knitting together insights from computer science, law, philosophy, political science, and sociology, HMI is helping to shape government regulation of AI systems; to enable industry practitioners to develop AI systems that comply with, and exceed, those regulatory standards; and to build an international research community that supports those two goals.We seek to appoint a 24 month postdoctoral fellow who can advance these research objectives, with a particular view to the research programmes described in the Position Description (though other research agendas on complementary themes will be considered). Our primary criterion is demonstrated research excellence in a discipline area relevant to the project, and the clear potential to make internationally-recognised progress on these and related themes. An interdisciplinary background is not required, but successful applicants will be ready and equipped to engage with scholars from other disciplines. We are keen to appoint someone who can collaborate with lawyers on the HMI team, though this is not a strict requirement.Successful applicants will publish internationally influential research in leading peer-reviewed venues (as suited to their discipline). We expect them to go on from the ANU to leading positions in academia and industry. A crucial component of their role will be to help maintain and build the HMI community at ANU and globally, through active participation in the collective research life of the project, and service roles such as convening a seminar series and international workshops.The position is open with respect to discipline and subfield. A prior track record of work on AI and society (and related issues as appropriate to their training) is desirable but not required. The successful applicant will be expected to begin the role in a position to work on these themes, and to focus their work on topics that advance the HMI research agenda.This position will be attached to the HMI project, and will be supervised by one of the project executive team (Lazar, Davis, Xie, Kurniawati, Erskine) on behalf of the project executive as a whole, and based in the corresponding school. We strongly encourage anyone who meets the selection criteria to apply, regardless of disciplinary background.ANU is regarded as one of the world's leading research universities. It is ranked 1st in Australia and the whole of Oceania, and 27th in the world (2021 QS World University Rankings). Our location in the nation’s capital and close connections to government and industry means we are in a unique position to bridge government, industry and academia to inform and influence Australian public policy. The University is engaged in social discourse and public policy development while being research intensive.Our research is second to none in quality and impact. We continue to attract the most exciting academic talent globally and support their success. We provide the platforms and investment to enable the co-creation of new approaches to interdisciplinary problem-solving and support our academics to realise the possibilities of their discoveries in society and business. Above all, we champion the value of pure research as the building blocks of all new knowledge: “first, to know the nature of things.”As a member of the HMI project you would join a truly interdisciplinary team of scholars across the humanities, computer science and law who are pushing the bounds of foundational research in creating democratically legitimate sociotechnical AI systems.Enquiries: Professor Seth Lazar T: +61 42032954 E: seth.lazar@anu.edu.auANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusionApplication informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.A writing sample (recent published or unpublished paper, solo-, lead-, or equal co-authored)A detailed statement of research plans if appointed to the position (1-2 pages)Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Research Fellow
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: Academic Level B (2 x positions available)Salary package: $101,805 - $115,428 per annum plus 17% SuperannuationTerm: Full-time, Continuing Contingent Funded, 5 yearsExcellent employer superannuation contributionsOn campus childcare facilitiesSupport network and mentoring program for early career academicsThe AreaThe ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) is the leading research school in Australia in the field of astronomy and astrophysics.Our staff and students have made major contributions to astronomy, mapping the structure and formation of the Milky Way, discovering planets orbiting other stars, measuring dark matter both within our Galaxy and in the wider Universe, and discovering the accelerating expansion of the Universe.Our astronomers include winners of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science and the Nobel Prize.At our administrative home at the Mount Stromlo Observatory we host the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre which is a national facility established to support the development of the next generation of instruments for astronomy and space science.The vibrant and diverse astronomical research community at RSAA has access to a broad array of facilities, including optical telescopes operated by ANU at Siding Spring Observatory, located in the Warrumbungle region of New South Wales and national radio telescopes (ATCA, Parkes, ASKAP, MWA). RSAA has access to excellent computational facilities through the National Computational Infrastructure supercomputer and in-house compute clusters. The PositionThe Research Fellow will undertake internationally competitive research in magnetic fields and/or atomic hydrogen in the Magellanic System or Milky Way using the Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP). The Research Fellow will work with Professor Naomi McClure-Griffiths as a member of the ASKAP surveys GASKAP and/or POSSUM and will be part of Prof McClure-Griffiths’s ARC Laureate radio astronomy group at RSAA. This position will operate in partnership with other academic researchers within the School, CSIRO Space & Astronomy, and other Australian and international Universities.The PersonTo excel in this role you will have:A PhD (or awarding of a PhD within six months of appointment commencement) in astronomy and astrophysics.Ability to deliver high-quality research outputExpertise in radio astronomy and/or large survey managementExcellent oral and written English language skills and a demonstrated ability to communicate and interact effectively with a variety of staff and students in a cross-disciplinary academic environmentThe Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please click here.To see what the Science at ANU community is like, we invite you to follow us on social media at Instagram and Facebook.For more information about the position please contact Professor Naomi McClure-Griffiths on T: +61 02 6125 4158 or E: naomi.mcclure-griffiths@anu.edu.au.ANU Values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. People with a disability are encouraged to apply. For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here.Application informationIn order to apply for his role, please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.A short (maximum 3 pages, excluding references) summary of past research accomplishments and future research interests.Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results.
Postdoctoral Fellow
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: Academic Level A Salary package: $74,775 - $93,855 per annum plus 17% SuperannuationTerm: Full-time, Continuing Contingent Funded, 3 yearsExcellent employer superannuation contributionsOn campus childcare facilitiesSupport network and mentoring program for early career academicsThe AreaThe ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) is the leading research school in Australia in the field of astronomy and astrophysics.Our staff and students have made major contributions to astronomy, mapping the structure and formation of the Milky Way, discovering planets orbiting other stars, measuring dark matter both within our Galaxy and in the wider Universe, and discovering the accelerating expansion of the Universe.Our astronomers include winners of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science and the Nobel Prize.At our administrative home at the Mount Stromlo Observatory we host the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre which is a national facility established to support the development of the next generation of instruments for astronomy and space science.The vibrant and diverse astronomical research community at RSAA has access to a broad array of facilities, including optical telescopes operated by ANU at Siding Spring Observatory, located in the Warrumbungle region of New South Wales and national radio telescopes (ATCA, Parkes, ASKAP, MWA). RSAA has access to excellent computational facilities through the National Computational Infrastructure supercomputer and in-house compute clusters. The PositionThe Postdoctoral Fellow will undertake internationally competitive research in magnetic fields and/or atomic hydrogen in the Magellanic System or Milky Way using the Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP). The Postdoctoral Fellow will work with Professor Naomi McClure-Griffiths as a member of the ASKAP surveys GASKAP and/or POSSUM and will be part of Prof McClure-Griffiths’s ARC Laureate radio astronomy group at RSAA. This position will operate in partnership with other academic researchers within the School, CSIRO Space & Astronomy, and other Australian and international Universities.The PersonTo excel in this role you will have:A PhD (or awarding of a PhD within six months of appointment commencement) in astronomy and astrophysics.Ability to deliver high-quality research outputExpertise in radio astronomy and/or large survey managementExcellent oral and written English language skills and a demonstrated ability to communicate and interact effectively with a variety of staff and students in a cross-disciplinary academic environmentThe Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please click here.To see what the Science at ANU community is like, we invite you to follow us on social media at Instagram and Facebook.For more information about the position please contact Professor Naomi McClure-Griffiths on T: +61 02 6125 4158 or E: naomi.mcclure-griffiths@anu.edu.au.ANU Values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. People with a disability are encouraged to apply. For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here.Application informationIn order to apply for his role, please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.A short (maximum 3 pages, excluding references) summary of past research accomplishments and future research interests.Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results.
Senior Technical Officer (Microanalytical Engineer)
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: ANU Officer Grade 7 (Technical)Salary package: $90,294 - $94,817 per annum plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, 3 years, Continuing (Contingent Funding) The PositionThe Centre for Advanced Microscopy (CAM) is looking for a dynamic microanalytical engineer who will have extensive experience in the use of electronprobe microanalysers (EPMAs) and scanning electron microscopes (SEM) and will provide technical support and research advice to academic and professional staff and students from a wide range of disciplines across the ANU and external users and industry clients of CAM.The PersonThe microanalytical engineer will be responsible for user training, methods development and equipment management and maintenance on a JEOL JXA8530F Field Emission Gun electronprobe microanalyser (EPMA) at CAM. Experience in mineral chemistry as well as experience with general SEM (and TEM) operation will be a distinct advantage.The Centre for Advanced MicroscopyThe Centre for Advanced Microscopy (CAM) is the ANU’s core microscopy and analytical facility, covering a wide range of applications related to biological and materials characterisation and imaging. The Centre’s goal is to facilitate and provide research excellence through a focus on world-class capabilities matched with staff expertise relevant to a wide range of manufacturing, environmental and biological processes. It achieves this through consultation, training, teaching, data collection and their analysis to meet the characterisation requirements of local, national and international researchers and industry. CAM is also part of a national grid of Microscopy Australia (MA) facilities, further enabling shared access to an even wider range of unique equipment, and technical staff experience. CAM is a purpose-built facility which comprises 8 research professional and administrative staff supporting a diverse range of instrument platforms. The Centre currently houses world class facilities equipped with state-of-the-art instruments and techniques in basic and advanced light, electron and X-ray microscopy and analysis. CAM currently houses 3 high-end TEMs, 3 FESEMs, a recently installed FIB/SEM (Crossbeam) and a JEOL JXA8530F Field Emission Gun electronprobe microanalyser (EPMA).Further information about CAM may be accessed on the ANU’s web site at microscopy.anu.edu.au.Microscopy AustraliaMicroscopy Australia (formerly known as the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility) is a national grid of university-based microscopy and microanalysis laboratories, providing open access to world-class instrumentation and expert knowledge to all Australian researchers. Funded by the Commonwealth government under the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS), relevant state governments and with co-investment by the institutional partners, Microscopy Australia’s mission is to enable world-class outcomes from Australian research by providing essential infrastructure for the characterisation of materials at the micro, nano and atomic scales in the material and life sciences. Comprising nine core institutions with linkages to another nine laboratories,  Microscopy Australia is a large collaborative research infrastructure facility governed as an unincorporated joint venture that develops and implements a business plan annually in accordance with the overall Microscopy Australia project plan. Information about Microscopy Australia may be accessed on the web site at www.micro.org.auThe CollegeThe ANU College of Science encompasses the disciplines of: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environment and Society, Mathematics, Physics, and Science Communication and is also home to a number of cross-disciplinary and specialist Institutes and Centres.  Staff and students within the ANU College of Science conduct research and deliver a research-led education program that encompasses the breadth of the sciences, supported by extensive international networks and by world-class facilities. To find out more about the Science at ANU community, follow us on social media at Instagram and FacebookFor further information please contact, Dr. Melanie Rug, T: +61 2 6125 7649, E: melanie.rug@anu.edu.au.  ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to people of all backgrounds and identities.  For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here. For enquiries about the application process, or if you require reasonable adjustment to apply for this role, please contact the hiring manager on the above listed details.Application informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results.
Hiring IT Software Professionals with E3 Visa Sponsorship Java Develop
Addon Technologies Inc, ACT, AU
• Should have working experience in Java web application development.• Strong in Java, Spring framework, UI Design & design patterns.• Good understanding of HTML, CSS & JavaScript .• Must be able to work closely with business users.• Knowledge of Unix / Linux operating system• Knowledge of CI/CD pipelines, Docker, Kubernates and DevOps principles.• Experience implementing and managing microservices.• Excellent analytical, logical and research skills. Good communication and professional interpersonal skills required.• Ability to articulate technical concepts in written form for emails, proven ability to proactively address user concerns and exceed expectations.Addon Technologies Inc is a Michigan based professional IT Services Company in the USA, providing software consulting, development, support, maintenance and training services in a variety of industries. We assist clients in finding simple and timely solutions to business problems. Our Direct Client list includes several Fortune 500 companies like JP Morgan, Ebay, Chase bank, Fannie Mae, General Motors, Ford Motors, Chrysler Automotive, Quicken Loans, CISCO, IBM, HP, AT&T to name a few.What ADDON expect from Consultant?Ø Masters or Bachelor in IT/ Computer science /Engg.Ø Should have minimum 5years industrial experienceØ Willing to relocate anywhere in the United StatesØ Excellent Communication SkillsWhy CONSULTANT should pursue an opportunity in the United States?Ø Competitive SalaryØ Better quality of lifeØ Cost of living is lower than what you are experiencing now.Ø Multiple opportunities to explore a career in ITØ Ease process to get E3 / TN visa.Please feel free to call/email me if you have any queries.Job Types: Full-time, ContractExperience needed: more than 5 yearsSalary: Up to $70,000.00USD per yearEmail id:
2021/2022 CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship - National Collections and Marine Infrastructure
CSIRO, Black Mountain, ACT
Are you passionate about a career in research?Want to access CSIRO's world-class facilities and staff?Apply for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship now!CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships provide enhanced opportunities in science and engineering for outstanding graduates enrolling in a PhD each year at Australian tertiary institutions as postgraduates. CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are now being offered in over 30 CSIRO research areas, for funding commencing in financial year 2021-22.CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are available to postgraduate students who have gained (or expect to gain), first or upper second class honours or equivalent, in relevant research areas. Students must also be in receipt of, or expect to receive, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or an equivalent primary scholarship commencing in 2021 or early 2022. Joint supervision of students by a university and a CSIRO supervisor is required and such joint supervisory arrangements must be consistent with the Higher Degree by Research Regulations of the host university. The students’ research will be co-supervised by CSIRO and university researchers. A CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is a supplementary award, which adds to the student’s support from a principal scholarship awarded by another body, e.g. RTP scholarship. In all respects recipients of awards will be regarded as students of the University at which they are registered, and all rules relating to degree candidature and the primary award will apply. In particular, recipients will undertake research at CSIRO as a student of the university concerned and will not be employees of CSIRO.Recipients of CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are generally required to be Australian citizens or permanent residents. However, in fields in which there is a national skill shortage, awards may be awarded to overseas candidates.National Collections and Marine Infrastructure’s goal is to solve Australia’s greatest challenges by leading Australia’s landmark marine and biodiversity infrastructure and carrying out innovative science. For more information please see our website at National Collections and Marine Infrastructure (link).National Collections and Marine Infrastructure is offering a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship in the following research area:Project Title: Tracing the impacts of climate change on vertebrate reproduction using an epigenomic time-machineProject Details: This project will use novel epigenomic techniques designed for use in degraded museum specimens to study the temporal evolution of gene regulation in reptiles. A focus will be on understanding the epigenomic mechanisms of annually cued traits (such as the onset of reproduction) and the impact of altered climate regimes on these traits over the last 120 years of accelerated change.Contact: For more information on the research project please contact Clare Holleley: Location: Canberra, ACTScholarship: Top-Up Scholarship of $10,000 per annum, plus a learning and development budget of $5,000 over the term of the studentshipReference: 77652EligibilityTo be eligible to apply you must have (or expect to gain):first or upper second-class honours or equivalent in a relevant research area;admission to an Australian University as a PhD student;hold an appropriate visa to study in Australia (if international)*be no further than one year (FTE) into a PhD on commencing at CSIROhold a primary scholarship; for example, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or other primary scholarship of similar valuenot be in receipt of any other Top-Up Scholarshipbe available to commence with CSIRO no later than 30 June 2022a university supervisor who is willing and able to supervise you. * International applicants must have the appropriate immigration approvals to allow them to take up the scholarship. The successful student must be residing in Australia in order to commence their PhD and take up the CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship by no later than 30 June 2022.The successful applicant will be required to obtain and provide a National Police Check or equivalent.Applications will be assessed on:Quality and relevance of student project: The primary assessment criterion for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is the quality and relevance of the project being proposed. The research must be aligned with the advertised priority research area.Academic calibre of the student: The quality of the student is also critical to the assessment of a scholarship and candidates must hold (or expect to gain) a relevant first or upper second class honours (or equivalent) degree from a recognised university.Availability of appropriate university supervision: The relevance of the university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO supervisor should also be made clear. How to apply:You will be required to:submit a Resume/CV and Cover Letter (as one document) in the ‘Resume/CV’ field which includes:the reasons why the research project/s you have selected are of interest to you and how your skills/knowledge meet the project requirements;the names and contact details of two academic referees; andan outline of your longer-term career aspirations and how this program will help you achieve them.upload your academic results in the ‘Cover Letter’ field;in the ‘Education’ section, select your university from the Educational Institute list; in the ‘Job-Specific Information’ section, select ‘Not Applicable’ for both Preference 1 and Preference 2; and for the Grade Point Average (GPA), as you are not required to provide this information. If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 984 220 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: .Diversity and InclusionWe are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIROAt CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
2021/2022 CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Data61
CSIRO, Black Mountain, ACT
Are you passionate about a career in research?Want to access CSIRO's world-class facilities and staff?Apply for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship now!CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships provide enhanced opportunities in science and engineering for outstanding graduates enrolling in a PhD each year at Australian tertiary institutions as postgraduates. CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are now being offered in over 30 CSIRO research areas, for funding commencing in financial year 2021-22.CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are available to postgraduate students who have gained (or expect to gain), first or upper second class honours or equivalent, in relevant research areas. Students must also be in receipt of, or expect to receive, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or an equivalent primary scholarship commencing in 2021 or early 2022. Joint supervision of students by a university and a CSIRO supervisor is required and such joint supervisory arrangements must be consistent with the Higher Degree by Research Regulations of the host university. The students’ research will be co-supervised by CSIRO and university researchers. A CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is a supplementary award, which adds to the student’s support from a principal scholarship awarded by another body, e.g. RTP scholarship. In all respects recipients of awards will be regarded as students of the University at which they are registered, and all rules relating to degree candidature and the primary award will apply. In particular, recipients will undertake research at CSIRO as a student of the university concerned and will not be employees of CSIRO.Recipients of CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships are generally required to be Australian citizens or permanent residents. However, in fields in which there is a national skill shortage, awards may be awarded to overseas candidates.CSIRO’s Data61 is the data and digital specialist arm of Australia’s national science agency. We are solving Australia’s greatest data-driven challenges through innovative science and technology. For more information please see our website at Data61 (link).Research areas: for details of research areas and how to apply please see document CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarships - Data61 (link to Excel document)Location: Various locations across AustraliaScholarship: Top-Up Scholarship of $10,000 per annum, plus a learning and development budget of $5,000 over the term of the studentshipReference: 77646EligibilityTo be eligible to apply you must have (or expect to gain):first or upper second-class honours or equivalent in a relevant research area;admission to an Australian University as a PhD student;hold an appropriate visa to study in Australia (if international)*be no further than one year (FTE) into a PhD on commencing at CSIROhold a primary scholarship; for example, a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or other primary scholarship of similar valuenot be in receipt of any other Top-Up Scholarshipbe available to commence with CSIRO no later than 30 June 2022a university supervisor who is willing and able to supervise you.* International applicants must have the appropriate immigration approvals to allow them to take up the scholarship. The successful student must be residing in Australia in order to commence their PhD and take up the CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship by no later than 30 June 2022.The successful applicant will be required to obtain and provide a National Police Check or equivalent.Applications will be assessed on:Quality and relevance of student project: The primary assessment criterion for a CSIRO PhD Top-Up Scholarship is the quality and relevance of the project being proposed. The research must be aligned with the advertised priority research area.Academic calibre of the student: The quality of the student is also critical to the assessment of a scholarship and candidates must hold (or expect to gain) a relevant first or upper second class honours (or equivalent) degree from a recognised university.Availability of appropriate university supervision: The relevance of the university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO supervisor should also be made clear. How to apply:You will be required to:submit a Resume/CV and Cover Letter (as one document) in the ‘Resume/CV’ field which includes:the reasons why the research project/s you have selected are of interest to you and how your skills/knowledge meet the project requirements;the names and contact details of two academic referees; andan outline of your longer-term career aspirations and how this program will help you achieve them.upload your academic results in the ‘Cover Letter’ field;in the ‘Education’ section, select your university from the Educational Institute list; in the ‘Job-Specific Information’ section, select your preferred research project/s in order of preference. You are not required to provide your Grade Point Average (GPA), please select ‘Not Applicable’.If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 984 220 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: .Diversity and InclusionWe are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIROAt CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
Research Officer
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: ANU Officer Grade 5/6 (Research)Salary package: $73,316 - $86,140 per annum, plus 17% SuperannuationTerm: Fixed term, Part-time (0.8 FTE) until 31 December 2021The PositionThe Research Officer works as part of a small team, liaising with a wide range of stakeholders and providing assistance with the development and implementation of research directions.The PersonAn experienced graduate research assistant with a background in science communication, and/or public understanding of science, and/or journalism, will provide general research support for small projects, particularly in reviewing of literature to develop a book chapter,  conducting a desktop review of institutional websites, and data coding and analysis of a large scale media project under close supervision by CPAS academics.The SchoolThe Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS) at ANU was the first science communication centre in Australia. The Centre’s mission is to encourage a confident democratic ownership of modern science nationally and internationally by increasing science awareness in the community, fostering public dialogue about science, and improving the communication skills of scientists.The CollegeThe ANU College of Science encompasses the disciplines of: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environment and Society, Mathematics, Physics, and Science Communication and is also home to a number of cross-disciplinary and specialist Institutes and Centres.  Staff and students within the ANU College of Science conduct research and deliver a research-led education program that encompasses the breadth of the sciences, supported by extensive international networks and by world-class facilities. To find out more about the Science at ANU community, follow us on social media at Instagram and FacebookFor further information please contact, Dr Merryn McKinnon, E: merryn.mckinnon@anu.edu.au  The Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please click here.ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. People with a disability are encouraged to apply. For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here.Application informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results.
Software Development Manager
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: ANU Senior Manager 1 (IT)Salary package: $115,689 - $121,216Term: Fulltime Continuing (Contingent Funding)College overviewThe ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) is dedicated to contributing to The Australian National University’s reputation for excellence in research and research-led education, bringing together expertise across a range of areas to reimagine the role of engineering and computing for future generations. CECS is a diverse and vibrant community dedicated to discovery and to making knowledge matter. Our academics and students are engaged in ground-breaking, cutting-edge research, in exciting areas such as renewable energy, robotics, telecommunications, biomaterials, human-machine interaction, and artificial intelligence.The school of Engineering is unique in Australia. It includes a creative mix of staff and students that embrace the breadth of computer science profession. It is a diverse and vibrant community dedicated to discovery and to making knowledge matter. It contains world-class academics undertaking high-quality research, training of research students and delivering coursework teaching programs.Position overviewThis position is a continuing (contingent funded) appointment to contribute to  developing, deploying and maintaining software capabilities and system support research, projects and activities.  Applications are particularly invited from researchers whose interests are in the areas of software development. We welcome and develop diversity of backgrounds, experiences and ideas and encourage applications from individuals who may have had non-traditional career paths, who may have taken a career break or who have achieved excellence in careers outside of academia.To enquire about these positions please contact Ben Weise at benjamin.weise@anu.edu.au  ANU values diversity and inclusion and believes employment opportunities must not be limited by socio-economic background, race, religion or gender. The University actively encourages applications from women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and candidates from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Furthermore, it is policy in the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science to require selection panels to seek a gender balance when compiling shortlists of candidates for interview. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion  The ANU provides attractive benefits and excellent support to maintain a healthy work/life balance and offers generous remuneration benefits, including four weeks paid vacation per year, assistance with relocation expenses and 17% employer contribution to superannuation. This also includes generous parental leave, the possibility of flexible and part time working arrangements, a parental and aged care support program, dual career hire programs, ANU school holiday programs, and childcare facilities on campus. For more information, please visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resourcesApplication informationApplicants must apply online via the ANU recruitment portal and should upload the following separate documents:A detailed curriculum vitae including a full publication list and the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.A statement addressing the selection criteria.A 1-2 page statement outlining your approach to coursework education and student project supervision.A 1-2 page statement outlining your research objectives for the next 3 years if appointed.(Optional) a statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to diversity through research, teaching, and/or serviceOther documents, if required.The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Postdoctoral Fellow
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: Academic Level A  (Two Positions Available)      Salary package: $73,309 - $93,855 per annum plus 17% SuperannuationTerm: Full-time/Part-time (0.5 to 0.8 FTE), Continuing Contingent Funded (3 years)Flexible work arrangements and on campus childcare facilities Excellent employer superannuation contributionsSupport network and mentoring program for early career academicsThe AreaThe ARC Centre of Excellence for Dark Matter Particle Physics (Dark Matter Centre) brings together six Australian and eight leading international universities as well as four Australian and global research organizations to deliver breakthroughs in our understanding of the Universe through the pursuit of the discovery of dark matter particles, with dark matter comprising 80% of the mass of the universe. The Centre has received $35 million funding from the Australian Research Council to operate from 2020-2027.The Dark Matter Centre (CDM) assembles for the first time a strong and diverse team of physicists from particle, nuclear, and quantum physics as well as particle astrophysics. It will deliver high-profile experiments using cutting-edge technologies. The Centre will exploit the unique geographical location of the first underground physics laboratory in the Southern Hemisphere. The ultra-sensitive detectors and ultra-low radiation techniques will translate into a broad range of industrial applications.As a Centre, we strongly believe that diversity improves ideas and innovation and leads to better outcomes and productivity. Diversity and fostering a culture of inclusiveness will be a key contributor to the scientific excellence of CDM. Along with other initiatives, we will provide carer grants to support our centre members with caring / family responsibilities to participate in professional activities.CDM aims to develop a multidisciplinary, dynamic, interactive and collaborative culture fostering future research leaders who thrive in academic excellence and are equipped with strong transferable skills. The centre will also offer a mentoring program for early career researchers while providing opportunities to hone other skills such as outreach, industry engagement, and building international networks. The positions are located at the Australian National University, within the Research School of Physics.The Research School of Physics (RSPhys) represents Australia's largest university based research and teaching activity in the physics discipline. The School is home to a number of major national facilities such as Australia's largest heavy-ion accelerator. Hundreds of academics, technical staff and students form the School's greatest asset, its people. This critical mass of researchers is of fundamental importance in fostering the kind of interdisciplinary interactions that create modern research excellence.The underlying impetus of our research is a belief in the fundamental importance of physics to all of science and technology and the key role physics must play in addressing the challenges facing the modern world. For example, in addressing climate change, we must better understand the physics of the atmosphere and develop new clean sources of energy. In medicine, further development of new procedures, such as positron, hadron and Auger therapy for cancer treatment, will not be possible without advancing the basic physics that underlies them.There is no better place to study and research physics than the Research School of Physics at The Australian National University.The PositionsBased in the Department of Nuclear Physics and Accelerator Applications within the Research School of Physics. Up to two positions specialising in the direct detection of dark matter by nuclear techniques are available to be filled in this recruitment round. One position includes metrology on radio-impurities in detector materials by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) and/or Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICPMS).The PersonTo excel in these roles you will have:A PhD in physics, engineering or a related disciplineProven ability to conduct high quality research, evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and conference presentationsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExperience in at least one or more of the following areas:Radiation detection technology, particularly in research and developmentAccelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) and/or Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICPMS)  Gas time projection chambers (TPC), directional detection, or related technologyData analysis and simulation of experiment, particularly detector responseThe Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please click here.To see what the Science at ANU community is like, we invite you to follow us on social media at Instagram and Facebook.For more information about the positions please contact Professor Andrew Stuchbery, E: Andrew.Stuchbery@anu.edu.auor Professor Greg Lane, E: Gregory.Lane@anu.edu.au Application informationIn order to apply for his role, please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria, andA current curriculum vitae (CV).Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results.
Research Services Officer
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
The Research Services Officer works closely with the other members of the Research Services team and with colleagues across campus, liaising with and providing quality support and service to a variety of academic and professional staff. The Research Services Officer is responsible for the supporting the provision of day-to-day research administration, pre and post-award processes, data analysis and general advice as well as advice on a wide range of matters related to strategic research development opportunities, research funding and grant applications, ensuring compliance with the University’s policies and procedures, adherence to deadlines, data accuracy, and timely escalation of more complex aspects to the relevant team membersThe ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) is one of seven Colleges at ANU. The College, which is structured into two main research schools, offers degrees in more than 20 discipline areas and excels in research across the creative arts, humanities and social sciences. The College has a substantial international research presence and is a major source of national policy advice. Our academic staff are internationally recognised for their research, and 57 are members of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Academy of the Social Sciences of Australia, or both. We also host 13 Australian Research Council Future Fellows and three ARC Laureates. A hub of vibrant activity, we host more than 270 lectures, concerts and exhibitions each year, most of which are open to the public. Our students, staff and graduates come from more than 60 nations, bringing a diversity of perspective to campus life.Enquiries: Rohan Yargop, Deputy Research Manager, E: rohan.yargop@anu.edu.auThe University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant on indigenous.employment@anu.edu.au ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusionApplication informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Sleep Scientist
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care together.Our Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our community.Our Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind.Position OverviewCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focused on the delivery of high quality, effective, person-centred care. It provides acute, subacute, primary and community‐based health services to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website: https://www.health.act.gov.au/The Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine (DRSM) provides both inpatient and outpatient services to the ACT and surrounding region. The department manages approximately 1,300 in-patient admissions annually. The department receives around 8,500 referrals per year for outpatient services, including medical clinics, nursing clinics, bronchoscopy, along with respiratory and sleep diagnostic investigations and therapeutic interventions.The Sleep Disorders Unit (SDU) provides 24-hour clinical services to adult patients for the assessment and management of sleep disorders. These positions require knowledge and competency to work autonomously to conduct routine, and assist in complex, polysomnography and positive airways pressure therapy management according to procedures and published standards. The role includes supporting the operational and quality management requirements of the sleep service with the provision to educate and train staff and students. The role requires participation in and contribution to continual professional development of the sleep scientist group.Within CHS, the sleep science profession is part of the Clinical Measurement Science (CMS) disciplines. The CMS disciplines are cardiac, neurophysiology, respiratory and sleep sciences. Scientific staff employed across CMS work under a collective vision; Clinical Measurement Science professionals deliver compassionate service through collaboration and excellence. The Clinical Measurement Sciences Competency Framework outlines the knowledge, skills, behaviours and attributes required of all scientific staff in order to fulfil this vision, and aligns with the CHS values of being reliable, progressive, respectful and kind. The competency framework consists of five (5) generic competency domains that allow for consistent application across all of the disciplines: Professional Conduct, Scientific Knowledge, Clinical Skills, Procedural Proficiency and Professional Development.About YouCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesDemonstrates strong organisational skills with a high degree of drive and resilience.Displays adaptability and the flexibility necessary to accommodate change and provide a service which is responsive to clients’ needs.Position Requirements/Qualifications:Mandatory:Bachelor of Science/Applied Science, or equivalentMinimum of one-years post-qualification experience in conducting in-laboratory polysomnography and positive airway pressure titration.Be registered under the Working for Vulnerable People Act 2011.The successful applicant will need to be available for shift work (day, evening and overnight shifts) with ad-hoc shifts rostered up to 12 hours in duration to cover operational and staffing level requirements.DesirableBe eligible for membership with Australia and New Zealand Sleep Science Association (ANZSSA).Be eligible for accreditation with the Australian Council for Clinical Physiologists (ACCP).Competently analyse polysomnography data in accordance to current published standards and guidelines.Have an understanding of how the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role in alignment to the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Please note prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to:Comply with CHS credentialing and scope of clinical practice requirements for allied health professionals.Obtain a Compliance Certificate from OMU (Occupational Medicine Unit) relating to assessment, screening and vaccination processes against specified infectious diseases.Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Note: Several exciting opportunities exist for a sleep scientists (full-time or part-time) to become a part of the allied health team. The full-time salary noted above will be paid pro-rata for part time positions.