Newsletter

Subscribe

Marine National Facility seeks early career scientists

By on 15 August, 2018

The CSIRO’s primary research vessel, RV Investigator. Image supplied by MNF.

The CSIRO’s Marine National Facility is seeking expressions of interest from early career marine scientists to join its Scientific Advisory Committee.

The Marine National Facility (MNF) is Australia’s only dedicated blue water research facility, operating the CSIRO’s survey and research vessel RV Investigator and presiding over an archive of marine data spanning 30 years.

The MNF has put out a call for early career marine scientists to join the Scientific Advisory Committee, which advises the MNF’s steering committee on assessment of research proposals for MNF-granted voyages, among other responsibilities related to research and scientific operations.

Specifically, candidates will advise the committee on the scientific and/or technical excellence of potential granted projects, and the ability of investigators to successfully undertake proposed projects.

The SAC positions are on a volunteer basis, though expenses associated with meeting attendance will be reimbursed.

Candidates should have a PhD conferral date ≤ 10 years, though the position is not restricted solely to postdoctoral candidates.

Stay up to date by getting stories like this delivered to your mailbox.
Sign up to receive our free weekly Spatial Source newsletter.

You may also like to read:


, , , , ,


Newsletter

Sign up now to stay up to date about all the news from Spatial Source. You will get a newsletter every week with the latest news.

WorldView-4 suffers catastrophic failure
The failure of the satellite's control moment gyroscope syst...
Best of the blogs
A bumper first best of the blogs for 2019. ...
First GPS III satellite reaches orbit
The first of ten GPS Block IIIA satellites reaches medium Ea...
GeoSLAM announces deep trade-in discount on ZEB scanners
GeoSLAM's audacious campaign offers a massive discount for t...
Waverley council: local government in 3D
How a Sydney council has used 3D to enhance their processes,...