Wednesday, 2 November 2011
I received this advert for some post-doc positions that have come up in New Zealand that may be of interest:
Three Post Doctoral fellowships are now available in the Bio-Protection Research Centre (www.bioprotection.org.nz) working with Profs. Phil Hulme and Richard Duncan. The Post Doctoral fellows will join an active research group focused on the ecology of plant invasions, which has strong international linkages and a focus on high quality scientific publications. The Post Doctoral fellow will undertake independent research as well as contributing to wider research through interactions with staff and postgraduate students in the plant invasions group. Funding commences 1 February 2012.
The three fellowships available are:
1. Post Doctoral Fellowship (2 years extendable to 3) working on the project entitled ‘Cereal Killers: Integrating global data to predict the future risks of arable weeds’ under the supervision of Prof. Phil Hulme at Lincoln University, Canterbury, NZ (Vacancy Number 11-73)
2. Post Doctoral Fellowship (2 years extendable to 3) working on the project entitled ‘Rates of pathogen accumulation in introduced host plants’ under the supervision of Prof. Richard Duncan at Lincoln University, Canterbury, NZ (Vacancy Number 11-74)
3. Post Doctoral Fellowship (1 year only) working on the project entitled ‘Climate change and species responses at multiple scales’ under the supervision of Profs. Phil Hulme and Richard Duncan at Lincoln University, Canterbury, NZ (Vacancy Number 11-75)
For information about the three Post Doctoral fellowships, which are to be hosted at Lincoln University, please visit the Lincoln University website (http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/About-Lincoln-University/Job-vacancies/Academic-vacancies/) or contact the Human Resources Section quoting the vacancy number on phone +64 3 325 3687, fax +64 3 325 3870, email: email@example.com. Post Doctoral Fellowship applications must be received by 11.00pm (NZ time) on Sunday, 20 November 2011.