[R] Data Miner position

Lee Belbin lee.belbin at aad.gov.au
Mon Nov 5 01:41:26 CET 2001

Australian Antarctic Division Band 6-7 (Research Scientist)
AUS$47,563 - 63,922 pa

The Exploratory Data Analyst (Data Miner) will use exploratory data analysis
techniques to identify patterns in scientific data held in the Australian
Antarctic Data Centre and elsewhere. The position has an equal emphasis on the
exploratory and confirmatory aspects of statistics. An important quality
required of the position is advanced skills in communicating with data
custodians and scientists that may not necessarily have good quantitative or
statistical backgrounds.

The Data Miner will be expected to have advanced skills in statistical tools.
The successful applicant will have a Doctor of Philosophy or equivalent
qualification, scientific research ability, and a breadth and depth of
scientific interests and the potential to vary those scientific interests. Other
mandatory and job specific criteria apply.

The estimated period of engagement in this non-ongoing task position is 3 years.
Contact Officer for further information : Lee Belbin +61 0417 541 016.

Applicants must frame their application to address the specific selection
criteria. These may be obtained by visiting our web site at :
http://www.antdiv.gov.au/employ/Current_Vacancies/dataan.asp or by contacting
the Human Resources Officer on 1800 030 755. Please send applications to Human
Resources Officer, Australian Antarctic Division, Channel Highway, Kingston, TAS
7050 no later than 17 August 2001.

Note: Applications will not be acknowledged.


Lee Belbin                                     ! "I have never been lost,
Manager, Australian Antarctic Data Centre      ! but I will admit to being
Australian Antarctic Division                  ! confused for several weeks".
Channel Highway, Kingston, Tas, Australia 7050 !
E-mail lee.belbin at aad.gov.au                   ! - Daniel Boone
phone: +61 3 6232 3460  fax: +61 3 6232 3351
Web: http://www-aadc.aad.gov.au/

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