Postdoctoral Fellowship in Antarctic Marine Science
We are seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to contribute to the Marsden-funded research project 'How vulnerable are Antarctica's coasts to colonisation'. In this role you will work on a project that will bring together interdisciplinary approaches in genomic, ecological, physiological, and oceanographic / sea ice modelling to build a comprehensive picture of the scale of biological incursions to Antarctica via macroalgal rafting.
This position represents an exciting opportunity to join one of the country's most research-intensive Universities and become part of a team helping to lead Antarctic research in New Zealand.
Your skills and experience
The successful candidate will bring high-level computational skills in EITHER genomic (bioinformatic) analyses OR physical environmental modelling (oceanographic particle dispersal / modelling coastal polynya / habitat modelling with climate change).
In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to have:
Expertise in any of the following areas could be an advantage:
This is a fixed term (three years), full-time position available from March 2021 (mid-2021 at the latest) or a date to be mutually agreed with the successful candidate.
For more information, see https://otago.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=2002326