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Subject: FW: [ExternalEmail] JOB: Postdoctoral Fellow - Hierarchical Bayesian Modelling of Global Soil Properties
Date: 12 December, 2012 4:42:05 PM PST
Another ad in case there are upcoming grads looking for a job.. From: Harch, Bronwyn (CMIS, Dutton Park)
Sent: Monday, 10 December 2012 3:29 PM
To: Pagendam, Dan (CMIS, Dutton Park); Huston, Carolyn (CMIS, Clayton)
Subject: Fwd: [ExternalEmail] JOB: Postdoctoral Fellow - Hierarchical Bayesian Modelling of Global Soil Properties
Another for your network!
Subject: [ExternalEmail] JOB: Postdoctoral Fellow - Hierarchical Bayesian Modelling of Global Soil Properties Date: 10 December 2012 2:06:33 PM AEST A postdoctoral fellow position exists within CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics in Australia. In this Postdoctoral Fellow role, you will be working with scientists from the CSIRO Sustainable Agriculture Flagship to model and map soil attributes nationally as part of the Global Soil Map project (www.globalsoilmap.net). Our primary output, the Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia, is an essential piece of national information infrastructure that will directly impact on Australia’s capacity to deal with complex land management challenges. The size of the project and the variety of data available to us make this an area rich in computational and methodological research challenges which will provide you with rewarding postdoctoral experience. We seek individuals with a PhD (or soon to complete a PhD) in a relevant discipline such as statistics, biostatistics or mathematics with strong experience in Bayesian modelling; Location: Brisbane, Australia Salary: AU$78K - AU$85K per annum plus up to 15.4% superannuation Closing date for applications is the 20th of January 2013. Any queries regarding this position can be directed to Dr David Clifford (David.Clifford@csiro.au) This Postdoctoral position will sit within the Environmetrics, Biometrics, and Bioinformatics Research Group in CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics. This Research Group aims to be international leaders in the development and application of innovative statistical and quantitative methodologies for managing the risks associated with the use and protection of Australia's marine, aquatic and terrestrial natural resources, while enabling sustainable economic development and improving agricultural productivity. The Group is unified by its core capability in statistical science and is the largest group of environmental and agricultural statisticians in Australia. Apologies for cross-posting of this job ad.