- Level A, research-only academic
- $66,706 to $90,532pa + 9.5% superannuation
- Full-time, starting late 2018
- Two-year, fixed-term
- Monash University Clayton campus
Professor Dustin Marshall is seeking a marine larval biologist, with strong quantitative skills, to explore the ways in which temperature affects the energetics of development in marine invertebrates. This position will be with the Centre for Geometric Biology within the School of Biological Sciences at Monash University.
As the successful candidate, you will be expected to undertake experiments to determine the relative performance of different larval types across every stage of the life history, but more importantly demonstrate a strong conceptual understanding of relevant life history theory and have a demonstrated track record in producing high quality publications.
Key selection criteria
- A doctoral qualification in larval biology
- Demonstrated analytical and manuscript preparation skills; including an excellent track record of refereed research publications in high impact journals
- Demonstrated experience in empirical research using cutting-edge quantitative approaches
- Ability to solve complex problems by using discretion, innovation and the exercise of diagnostic skills and/or expertise
- Well-developed planning and organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise multiple tasks and set and meet deadlines
- Excellent written communication and verbal communication skills with proven ability to produce clear, succinct reports and documents
- A demonstrated awareness of the principles of confidentiality, privacy and information handling
- A demonstrated capacity to work in a collegiate manner with other staff in the workplace
- Demonstrated computer literacy and proficiency in the production of high level work using software such as Microsoft Office applications and specified University software programs, with the capability and willingness to learn new packages as appropriate.
Enquiries to Professor Dustin Marshall on +61 3 9902 4449