Postdoctoral Fellow at Australian National University

Australian National University is offering postdoctoral position in inorganic chemistry. Citizens of any country are eligible to apply. The funds for this fellowship are available for 5 years. Applications should be sent before October 18, 2018.

Classification: Academic Level A / Academic Level B

Salary package: $71,509 – $111,365 plus 17% superannuation

Terms: Full Time, Continuing (Contingent Funded) appointment for an initial period of 3 years.

The Australian National University (ANU) is a global university that consistently ranks among the world's finest. Its distinct intellectual capacity is reflected in 95% of its research output being ranked above world standard. This research excellence contributes to the social, economic and human capital of the nation. ANU is located in Canberra, Australia's capital and is a partner to the Australian government and a resource for its people.

One of the reasons ANU stands apart from other universities is its ability to look beyond the day to day and address some of the biggest problems facing the world. The ANU Grand Challenge Scheme is a program that calls on researchers to identify a problem or challenge that is of world impact and national relevance. What’s unique about the program is the way it seeks to bring people together from all across the University, to bring new perspectives to a major challenge confronting society. The winner of the first round of this scheme, announced in November 2017, is the project titled 'Our Health in Our Hands: Future Personalised Medical Technologies for Sustainable and Effective Healthcare.' This project aims to revolutionise personalised medicine by providing new means for non-invasive collection and analysis of health data including the development of miniaturized sensors for detection of biomarkers in multiple sclerosis and diabetes.

The ANU Our Health in Our Hands (OHiOH) Grand Challenge is a highly multidisciplinary research venture that brings together academics from numerous faculties including Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, Humanities and Social Science to work together for an initial period of 5 years on transforming healthcare. This will be achieved through the existing synergies in the ANU Grand Challenge researchers and by recruiting talented and motivated early-career academics to join us from around the world. These new positions will be complemented by a cohort of PhD students and will work synergistically on the six key Grand Challenge Research Programs across the different ANU Research Schools and Colleges.

The Grand Challenge Research Program on Novel Miniaturized Medical Sensor Technology is now advertising three Postdoctoral Fellow / Research Fellow positions located each in the Research Schools of Chemistry, Engineering, and Physics to work on the development of novel miniaturized biomedical sensors that can be integrated in wearable and point-of-care devices. These positions will work synergistically with the ANU Grand Challenge team benefitting from the breath of the research programs and expertise.

The Research School of Chemistry (RSC) was founded in 1967. Last year, the School's 50th anniversary provided the opportunity to celebrate the RSC's research and teaching excellence. The School divides its research into the following themes: Biological chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Materials chemistry, Organic chemistry, Physical chemistry and Computational & Theoretical chemistry. The RSC has 47 academic and 34 professional staff and more than 800 undergraduate and postgraduate students. From late 2013, the School has been accommodated in new, state-of-the-art laboratories with excellent facilities and resources for chemical research.

For more information about the position, please contact ARC Future Fellow, Dr Colin Jackson T: +61 2 6125 8325

ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit

Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position


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