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CMM provides a broad range X-ray diffraction, spectroscopy and imaging services to UQ, including state-of-the-art X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) with insitu inoperando and correlative capabilities. UQ requires a highly-skilled and experienced Surface Analysis Scientist to both operate and maintain the instrument and to train clients in the design of experiments for, the operation of, and the analysis and interpretation of data from the XPS instrument. In addition, the role will also provide support for the provision of other advance X-ray analysis techniques including XRD, XRF and/or SAXS.
The Surface Analysis Scientist needs to be capable of operating effectively within a team environment but also with a high degree of independence. They will need to provide a very high level of expertise in the areas of surface science analysis, and advance X-ray characterisation to support the research groups within UQ, which have a strong focus on the understanding and engineering of material-, chemical- or bio-interfaces.
The role will also service the future needs of the next generation of researchers through research into and the development of new and/or enhanced experimental methods, instrumental capabilities and workflows (including data analysis) relevant to these disciplines.
Our ideal candidate: The successful candidate will be a creative, surface scientist and dedicated XPS specialist with a strong interest in the development of new methods in their field of expertise.
Please see here for full details.
Closing Date for Applications: 18th August 2020
We are seeking a highly experienced and self-motivated core facility manager to lead CAHM. The CAHM Manager will collaborate in research activities with other laboratories and cores, train staff and students, contribute to the development of new imaging methods and the implementation of
new technologies within the core.
The Core Facility Manager is responsible for providing effective leadership and management of the facility, establishing an innovative core service for researchers and students.
For further information about this opportunity, please review the candidate information or contact us for a confidential discussion.
Contact Person: Julie Blasioli, 03 8559 6123 or by email to
Closing Date for Applications: 4th August 2020