[R] Population dynamicist job in Queensland, Australia

Bill.Venables@cmis.csiro.au Bill.Venables at cmis.csiro.au
Wed Aug 21 07:53:03 CEST 2002

My apologies for he very short time before things close, but it's not my
fault.  If necessary get your hat in the ring by Friday and see to the
niceties later, may I suggest.

This is a vacancy in my group in Cleveland.  The work is interesting and the
challenges large.

Bill Venables.

Division of Marine Research
Cleveland, Queensland

Ref: MRC/02

$68K to $82K pa + superannuation

In collaboration with other research scientists in the Tropical Marine
Ecosystem Management Sub-Program, you will formulate, direct and conduct
research into the assessment of marine species population dynamics.  This
will involve:
	*	Leading a small scientific team researching the development
and application of population and ecosystem models for tropical species or
	*	Integrating fishery, ecosystem and oceanographic dynamics
into the modelling environment;
	*	Developing field data collection programs;
	*	Proactively engaging in multi-disciplinary collaboration
across CSIRO Marine Research, and other international fishery and
oceanographic research organizations; and 
	*	Acting as an adviser to the fisheries manager bodies.
A PhD (or equivalent) and relevant work experience is required in population
dynamics, quantitative ecology, fisheries science, applied mathematics,
statistics or a related field. Experience in a marine environment is
advantageous, but candidates with experience in allied systems will be
favourably considered. 
For enquiries about this role, please contact Cathy Dichmont, on (07) 3826
7219, or email cathy.dichmont at csiro.au <mailto:cathy.dichmont at csiro.au> .
Applications should be made on-line, at www.csiro.au/careers
<http://www.csiro.au/careers> .

Bill Venables, 
CMIS, CSIRO Marine Laboratories, 
PO Box 120, Cleveland, Qld. 4163
Phone:  +61 7 3826 7251  
Fax:    +61 7 3826 7304
Mobile: +61 419 634 642
<mailto: Bill.Venables at csiro.au>

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