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[SA_scat] Advertisement for SANS Instrument Scientist at the BraggInstitute, Sydney, Australia

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  • Subject: [SA_scat] Advertisement for SANS Instrument Scientist at the BraggInstitute, Sydney, Australia
  • From: "King, SM (Stephen)" <S.M.King@rl.ac.uk>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2008 11:46:11 +0100

Instrument Scientist - Neutron Scattering
Salary range $79K to $83K (plus super)


You're invited to be part of one of Australia's foremost scientific
research and development organisations, focused on delivering the
benefits of nuclear science to the Australian community.  


Based in southern Sydney, and close to the Pacific Ocean, at Lucas
Heights, our neutron scattering scientists are responsible for the
operation, research use, and development of a range of neutron beam


We are seeking a scientist to participate in the operation of the
state-of-the-art small angle neutron scattering instrument at
Australia's new Research Reactor OPAL, which has recently been


Successful candidates will be expected to conduct a high-quality
research program, in collaboration with Australian universities,
industry, other ANSTO institutes and overseas scientists.  Possible
areas of work may include soft-matter physics, magnetism, chemistry,
structural biology, or materials science.  


Successful candidates must hold a Ph.D. in condensed-matter physics,
chemistry, materials science or a related area, excellent interpersonal
and communication skills, and demonstrated ability to work both
independently and in teams.  Experience at, or using, major
neutron-scattering or x-ray synchrotron facilities will be an advantage.


To be eligible for appointment, applicants will require a security and
medical assessment and Australian citizens are preferred. 


More information on present and future neutron scattering activities at
ANSTO can be found on our website www.ansto.gov.au/bragg 


For further technical information relating to this position please
contact Prof Don Kearley on + 61 (02) 9717 7274.


To apply or for further information please consult the vacancies page of
our website www.ansto.gov.au <http://www.ansto.gov.au/>  or contact
Megan Lusty on (02) 9717 3094.  Applications must address the selection
criteria and include a C.V. and at least three professional referees


Applications close 10th October 2008


For more detail see:


Robert A. Robinson
Acting Chief of Research and Head of the Bragg Institute,
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
PMB 1,
Menai NSW 2234

Tel:    +61 (2) 9717 9204
FAX:    +61 (2) 9717 3606
Mobile: 0417 017 503
E-mail: robert.robinson@ansto.gov.au


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