Experimental Scientist - Ecosystem Change Ecology
This position represents an exciting opportunity within the Ecosystem Change Ecology team based in Perth, Western Australia. The team generates knowledge on the mechanistic links and synergistic interactions between landscape change, species invasions and native species resilience in terrestrial e cosystems. Working in both natural and agricultural systems, we undertake research and develop theory to underpin more effective policy and management actions for conservation, invasion and production challenges in the face of rapid global change.
Our location provides an exceptional opportunity to work on highly endemic and unique ecosystems across temperate and tropical climates, including the rugged and remote Kimberley and Pilbara regions, and the Southwest Australian Ecoregion, one of the world's biodiversity hotspots.
The appointee will contribute to delivering the portfolio of projects managed by the team, involving quantitative ecology and ecophysiology with a focus on plants and invertebrates. The role will involve experimental design and execution, including the provision and analysis of reliable and accurate data from across field, glasshouse and laboratory situations.
Location: Floreat, Perth, WA
The successful candidate will have:
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How to Apply: Candidates should develop a 1-2 A4 page research plan outlining their concepts for research they would like to undertake in this role should they be successful. Candidates should show how they can meet the research vision of Deep Earth Imaging.
Before you apply please view the full position description and selection criteria here: [Position Description]