[ES_JOBS_NET] 2 year research fellowship at Monash University, Australia groundwater-surface water interaction

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Mon Apr 14 09:07:03 MDT 2014

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From: Ian Cartwright <ian.cartwright at monash.edu>
Date: Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 1:45 AM

 Dear All

Apologies for cross-posting and please don't reply to the list

We have funding for a two year research fellow at level A/B at Monash in
the broad field of groundwater-surface water interaction. The position is
described below - basically we are looking for someone to either
continue/extend our tracer-based approach or compliment it with other
techniques (eg modelling or heat). The position is open from mid year and
the tenure will be two years from the starting date. Could you promote this
to any recently finished PhD students or postdocs who you think would be
suitable and interested; have them get in touch with me if they have
questions (ian.cartwright at monash.edu).

The online link is


and this should take the candidate through the application process as well
as outlining the position description and selection criteria. Applications
need to be made through this link. Closing date is May 11th AEST (although
I might extend it further).




The School of Geosciences seeks to appoint a Research Fellow to conduct
research in groundwater-surface water interaction, in particular the
application and integration of techniques such as isotopic tracers, heat,
and/or numerical modelling. In this role, you will be expected to conduct
research in this field leading to publications and conference presentations
and will also to be involved in research proposal submission to external
funding bodies and co-supervision of undergraduate and/or post graduate

As the successful candidate, you will have extensive experience in research
into groundwater-surface water interaction and will have a proven record of
success in competitive research grant funding, peer-reviewed publication,
and teaching and mentoring, relative to experience.

If you believe you meet these requirements, we welcome your application.

Appointment will be made at the level deemed suitable to the selected
candidates skills and experience

Prof. Ian Cartwright
School of Geosciences
Monash University
Clayton Vic. 3800, Australia
t: 03 9905-4887 / 4879, f: 03 9905-4903

Chief Investigator, National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training

Vice President, International Association of Geochemistry

 ...water, our greatest resource
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