Job No: 656617
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: 2-year fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: $78,120 - $106,022 pa Level A (plus 17% employer superannuation)
At Monash, work feels different. There's a sense of belonging, from contributing to something groundbreaking – a place where great things happen. We make tangible contributions because our purpose is clear; to deliver positive economic, social and environmental impact in resolving the global challenges of our age.
At the core of achieving this purpose is the diversity of our staff. We welcome and value everyone's contributions, lived experience and expertise. When you come to work, you can be yourself, be a change-maker and develop your career in exciting ways. This is why we champion an inclusive and respectful workplace culture where everyone is supported to succeed.
Together with our commitment to academic freedom, you will have access to quality research facilities, infrastructure, world class teaching spaces, and international collaboration opportunities.
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An exciting opportunity has become available for a Research Fellow to contribute towards the research efforts of the School of Physics and Astronomy. This is an opportunity to join an interdisciplinary team that is leading the world in groundbreaking physics and astronomy research.
The Research Fellow will be embedded in the research group of Professor Peter Skands, specialising in theoretical and computational particle physics. The Research Fellow will also be part of the Monash node of the Pythia, Vincia, MCnet, and LHC@home collaborations, and of the Monash-Warwick Alliance for Particle Physics.
The Research Fellow will work on the ARC Discovery Project “Beautiful Strings”, led by Monash University in collaboration with researchers at Warwick University (UK) and Lund University (Sweden). The Research Fellow will conduct research in theoretical particle physics and be expected to take a leading role in improving the understanding and physical modelling of processes involving b quarks.
The successful candidates will hold a PhD in particle physics or a closely related field and have a breadth and depth of knowledge of theoretical particle physics and particle physics phenomenology, and of relevant research methods and techniques. They will have demonstrated analytical and manuscript preparation skills, including a track record of refereed research.
Diversity is one of our greatest strengths at Monash. We encourage applications from First Nations people, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people with disabilities, neurodiverse people, and people of all genders, sexualities, and age groups.
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Monash avidly supports flexible and hybrid working arrangements. We have a range of policies in place enabling staff to combine work and personal commitments more easily.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to 'How to apply for Monash Jobs'.
Professor Peter Skands, School of Physics and Astronomy, [email protected]
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Friday 8 December 2023, 11:55pm AEDT
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