Thanks to Martine Maron for sharing this recent job offer for a postdoc at University of Queensland, Australia.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Positions: National Environmental Science Programme – Threatened Species Recovery Hub
We are seeking highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Fellows (up to five positions) to be part of an exciting team committed to improving the outcomes of Australia’s threatened species and ecological communities. The roles will involve specific outcome-oriented research related to a range of projects focusing on: cost effective biodiversity offsetting; threatened plants conservation listing and prioritisation; threatened species monitoring and environmental accounts; ecosystem modelling; prioritisation of threat eradication and species reintroduction; spatial planning; and threatened species management, particularly invasive predators.
Appointed Postdoctoral Research Fellows will be required to work on one or more of the above topics to develop solutions that will meet the research priorities of the Threatened Species Recovery Hub.
More information including the application process (online) can be found here:
Applications close: 25 Sep 2015 (11:55 PM) E. Australia Stand