Western Sydney University
About the Role
The Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to design and conduct experiments aimed at determining the thermal niche and high temperature tolerance of diverse eucalypt species. The Fellow will collect and analyse plant physiological and growth data from controlled environments, including the unique whole-tree chamber facility at Western Sydney University for study of carbon and water exchange responses to heatwaves in large trees. The Fellow will contribute to mapping of regions of high sensitivity for eucalypts based on physiological and biogeographic data throughout the continent of Australia.
A tailored career mentoring plan will be developed and will include opportunities to contribute to teaching and supervising Masters and PhD students as well as leadership and engagement.
This is a full-time, fixed-term position for a period of 3 years located at Western’s Hawkesbury (Richmond) Campus.
Working at Western Sydney University means you’ll be part of an organisation that’s ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide and is a research leader – with 85% of the University’s research being at or above world standard. We understand the key to your success is unlocking your true potential – just as we do with our students. Our 3,000 staff members work together to enable a dynamic, inclusive and innovative culture that is distinctly research-driven and student-centred.
If this sounds like an opportunity for you, please apply at https://uws.nga.net.au/?jati=E69C51A2-DE81-D25A-C4A4-D1902871EC17
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Closing Date: 8:30pm, Saturday 3 June 2023
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