Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Job posting: postdocs for the Australian Synchotron

From the inbox:
Job Description: The Australian Synchrotron is seeking highly motivated research scientists driven by the opportunity to engage and collaborate with industry to deliver scientific outcomes in the role of Industry Support Scientists. 
Industry Support Scientists will play a key role in the development of partnerships and support of commercial and non-commercial users in experiment design and the effective application of the Australian Synchrotron beamline facilities. In addition, the roles will provide post-experiment support to users including the analysis of data and the writing of commercial reports. 
There exist 3 vacancies for Industry Support Scientists in the following key areas: 
Industry Support Scientist - Spectroscopy: Infra-red spectroscopy/microscopy experimentation and analysis. X-ray fluorescence, XANES and EXAFS experimentation and analysis

Industry Support Scientist - Biological Diffraction: Protein crystallography, experimentation and analysis. Small Angle X-ray Scattering from macromolecules, experimentation and analysis

Industry Support Scientist - Materials Diffraction and Scattering: Powder diffraction experimentation with whole pattern fitting (Rietveld) analysis for quantitative analysis and/or structure solution. Single crystal diffraction experimentation and analysis for small molecule structure determination. Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) from solutions or solids, experimentation and analysis. 
 Best wishes -- click here to apply. (Nice salary! starting at $75k US.) 

1 comment:

  1. Urban Australia is supposedly a bit expensive for some of your readers tastes, but I think that salary will still go far enough.