Postdoctoral Fellows - Southern Hemisphere Ocean Research
Centre for Southern Hemisphere Ocean Research (CSHOR), which is a joint initiative between the Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine Science (China), CSIRO, University of New South Wales (UNSW) and University of Tasmania (UTAS). The CSHOR objective is to increase investment in ocean-climate research in order to improve our understanding of how the southern hemisphere oceans influence global and regional climate, and how the climate influences these oceans. These positions will based in CSIRO, and will work on one of many projects funded by CSHOR, to study dynamics of ENSO and the IOD, their impacts, and their response to climate change.
CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellowships provide scientists and engineers opportunities to launch their careers, extend their professional networks and enhance their career prospects. As a Postdoctoral Fellow with CSIRO's Centre for Southern Hemisphere Ocean Research
Specifically you will:
Locations: Australia - Hobart, Tasmania (Jobs 42201, 42202, 42965) Aspendale, Vic (jobs 42203, 43862) Perth, WA (Job 43001)
To be considered you will have
*To be appointed candidates must have submitted their PhD by the time they commence, if a PhD has not been conferred.
Click on the Position Details links on our website to view the contact details and selection criteria for these 5 positions.
42201 Ocean Change and Sea Level Rise
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Together the CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology comprise the largest team of bluewater oceanographers and climate scientists in Australia. This team is renowned for ocean and atmospheric observations and research, as well as oceanography and coupled ocean-atmosphere modelling. You will benefit from direct access to this broad expertise reaching across observations through to climate modelling. In addition there is a large peer group of Ph. D. students and postdoctoral researchers to enrich you experience, including interactions with the large body of researchers contributing to the Australian Research Council's Climate System Science Centre of Excellence.
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How to Apply:
Please provide enough relevant information to enable the Selection Panel to determine your suitability. Upload your CV/resume and cover letter as one document (in MS Word).
Applications close: Open until filled
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