Multiple research positions in Hobart in glaciology/ice/ocean/sea-ice/paleoclimate/ecology

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Multiple research positions in Hobart in glaciology/ice/ocean/sea-ice/paleoclimate/ecology

Matt King-2

Dear Colleagues


The following positions are now advertised as part of the Australian Antarctic Program Partnership (AAPP) physically based at the University of Tasmania in Hobart.


  • Research Associate - Ice/Ocean Systems Analyst
  • Research Associate - Glaciologist Modelling
  • Research Associate - Glaciological Remote Sensing
  • Research Associate - Australian and Antarctic Palaeoclimatologist
  • Research Associate - Sea Ice Remote Sensing Scientist
  • Research Associate - Sea Ice-Ocean Interaction Scientist
  • Research Associate - Zooplankton Ecologist
  • Research Associate - Phytoplankton Ecologist
  • Data Analyst


For full details, positions descriptions and how to apply, please visit


Applications are encouraged from domestic and international applicants. Applications close 10 October 2019, 11:55pm (in Hobart).


Enquiries should be directed to the contact within each position description.


Matt King

Professor of Polar Geodesy | Head of Geography and Spatial Sciences

Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences | School of Technology, Environments and Design

Private Bag 76, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, 7001, Australia

Office: Room 225, “Old IMAS” Building (Sandy Bay Campus)

+61 3 6226 1974 | [hidden email] | Skype mattking_ncl | Twitter @DeformedEarth




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