Experimental Scientist - Magnetic Resonance
CSIRO's Sensing and Sorting Program is looking to appoint a person within their Ore Sorting Team, at our Lucas Heights laboratory located on the southern edge of Sydney.
The team are currently working on several large radiofrequency based projects and as the successful applicant you will be involved in the development of novel radio frequency based on-line instruments, to solve a range of challenging, real-world problems in the mining industry.
Your duties will include:
Location:Lucas Heights NSW
To be successful you will need:
Before you apply please view the full position details and selection criteria here: Position description
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Applications close: 11:59pm AEDT, 6 May 2018