The School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (SEES) is one of the flagship academic units in Australia and a growing global force, with research and teaching strengths across geology, physical geography, and the environmental and archaeological sciences.
We are a group of 35 teaching and research staff that offer undergraduate majors in Geology, Physical Geography and Environmental Geosciences and Environment, and also the Bachelor of Environmental Science, together with a comprehensive postgraduate program in all areas of Earth and Environmental Sciences. The School is particularly well-imbued with state-of-the-art research infrastructure for field and laboratory investigations, including world-class geochemical facilities for the preparation and analysis of a wide range of geological samples. These include X-ray fluorescence and diffraction, Raman and FT-IR spectroscopy, clean laboratories for isotope geochemistry, clumped-isotope mass spectrometry and laser ablation ICP-MS (quadrupole and multi-collector).
The School is seeking an enthusiastic geochemist with the capacity to teach in a multidisciplinary, team-teaching setting and to undertake focused research on aspects of geochemistry with a strong background in geological and/or geomorphological applications. The applicant should hold a PhD, a proven track record of international publications and demonstrate the potential to obtain research funding and supervise honours and postgraduate students. The position will be required to show a strong commitment to develop and deliver high-quality and innovative subjects in the undergraduate courses offered by the School.
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