From: GILBERT, Elliot Paul [email@example.com]
Sent: mercredi 19 mai 2010 02:17
Subject: [Neutron] Post Doctoral Fellowship in Food Structure and Dynamics - ANSTO, Sydney, Australia [SEC=IN-CONFIDENCE]
Post Doctoral Fellowship
Food Structure and Dynamics
2 year term (with possible 1 year extension)
Salary: A$72,358 (plus 15.4% superannuation)
The Bragg Institute at the Australian Nuclear Science
and Technology Organisation is the research centre for the construction and use
of neutron-scattering instrumentation at the new OPAL reactor close to
We are seeking a recent PhD graduate in chemistry, biology, materials science or a related area with a strong innovation focus, good communication skills and a proven publication record who can work well within small cross-disciplinary teams and can collaborate strongly with other research groups. Experience in the application of small-angle neutron or X-ray scattering methods including data analysis and an interest in community outreach are essential.
The fellow will join ANSTO’s Food Science Project and
work in a major initiative applying a multidisciplinary approach to understand
the structure and dynamics in food-based systems. The current activities of the
group relate to, but are not limited to, proteins and polysaccharides. The
fellow will interact closely with collaborators both in
To be eligible for appointment, applicants will require a security and medical assessment.
For further technical information relating to this position please contact Elliot Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org
TO APPLY or for further information please consult the vacancies page of our website www.ansto.gov.au or contact Megan Lusty on (61)-2-9717-3094. Applications must address the selection criteria, include details for 3 referees and should be submitted on-line via our website.
Applications close: 9th June 2010
Dr. Elliot Paul Gilbert FRSA RPM
Project Leader, Quokka (SANS)
Project Leader, Food Science
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