The envisaged starting date is July 1, 2012. Funding for this position is presently
available until October 31, 2012. Additional funds to extend the position are
applied for. The position is initially to be filled for 4 months. Under the condition of
the funding of the proposal the position is to be filled up to 2 years with an optional
extension of one year depending on an evaluation. Applicants are required to
have a PhD in one of the following fields:
sedimentology, coastal geosciences & engineering,
marine resources, petrology, geophysics
The main tasks of the Associate Scientists will be to stimulate interdisciplinary
exchange within the Graduate School, in establishing topical courses and monthly
PhD workshops, and in supporting the PhD students. In addition, the Associate
Scientists are expected to develop their own research with respect to sea floor
studies within the thematic framework of the school. The webpages
www.marum.de/GLOMAR.html and www.marum.de/en/Research.html give
information about research topics presently covered.
Further details and application forms are available at
www.marum.de/GLOMAR.html. Applicants should submit under the reference
number A 59/12 a letter of motivation, their CV and publication list, an outline of
their own research plans (max. 1000 words) and the application form preferably by
e-mail combined into one single PDF document to glomar(at)marum.de. In
addition, they are requested to arrange for two letters of reference to be sent to
the same e-mail address. Deadline for the applications is May 4, 2012.
The University of Bremen is an equal opportunity employer. Women are especially
encouraged to apply. Disabled persons with comparable qualification receive
Applicants from a migrant background are welcome.
This position is suited for part-time work.
Further enquiries can be addressed to:
Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln