Lecturer in Geochemistry
James Cook University
James Cook University is located in tropical North Queensland, and is ranked among the top 2% of universities worldwide. The university has a world class research profile in geology and geochemistry, with advanced analytical facilities and access to fantastic geological field sites including outback Queensland and the great barrier reef.
Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology (GMPV)
Stratigraphy, Sedimentology and Palaeontology (SSP)
The Lecturer, Geochemistry will undertake teaching and research within the Geoscience discipline, in addition to providing administrative, marketing and outreach for the Earth and Environmental Sciences academic group and the university.
The lecturer will demonstrate the ambition to develop new strategic research and teaching subjects and programs in geochemistry, including areas such as radiogenic isotopes, geochronology, climate science or economic geology. Capacity to establish a high quality research portfolio, a desire to contribute to future growth of Earth & Environmental Sciences, as well as a track record of research publication, attracting research funding, clean/geochemistry laboratory experience, teaching and supervision of students are also inherent to this position.
Laboratories facilities available to the position include a class 350 clean lab, several ICP-MS instruments including a Neptune multicollector ICPMS, SEM, Electron probe, raman, etc.. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
Details on the application process can be found at: https://www.jcu.edu.au/careers-at-jcu/vacancies
Closing date for applications is 30th May 2019.
Prior to commencing your application please ensure you have downloaded the academic duty descriptor or
position description to determine your ability to meet the inherent requirements of the role. Prepare your
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