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Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Synthetic Biology
We seek to appoint a high-calibre individual with an outstanding record, relative to opportunity, in the application of Synthetic Biology approaches to create innovative and translatable solutions to important biological challenges.
Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor International Business / Strategic Management
Tenurable position | Level B, C or D | UWA Business School |
Professor of Statistics and Data Science
This opportunity will require you to have in depth knowledge and extensive experience in statistics, as well as a clear vision of how statistics contributes to data science. You will be a leader in research and teaching and work collaboratively with colleagues in a range of disciplines. In this role you will actively seek to establish and maintain strategic partnerships with external stakeholders.
Professor / Professor of Practice of Dryland Farming Systems
You will be joining an internationally recognised team of agricultural scientists where you will focus on expanding farming systems research and teaching across the University. You will provide leadership in your field, develop strategic relationships with key stakeholders and mentor early career staff.
Associate Professor / Professor of Biodiversity Genomics
This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding individual with an excellent academic background and research agenda in the field of biodiversity genomics. You will be at the forefront of promoting biodiversity genomics research and actively engage with key stakeholders in industry and government.
Lecturer, Genes and Society
This appointment will be responsible to the Head of School of Biomedical Sciences and will work with and be mentored by other academics in human genetics to establish a research programme in a field of “genes and society”.