Microscopy Australia is always on the lookout for outstanding professionals.

Multimodal Electron Microscopist Scientist

Location: Camperdown Campus, University of Sydney
Salary: Academic Level A, $78k – 101k p.a. + 17% superannuation
Terms: Full time, fixed term until 30/06/2023
Applications close: 11.59pm, Wednesday 1st December 2021

As the Multimodal Electron Microscopist Scientist, you will apply and develop your expertise in conducting research to support Microscopy Australia (MA) research users. Building on your experience, you will develop and implement combined & correlative microscopy workflows to support the user community of Microscopy Australia.

You will have the unique opportunity to work within an internationally recognised microscopy research facility with access to an outstanding array of world-class equipment, both within the facility and at our Microscopy Australia partner nodes. In this role, you will extend your professional network, provide collaborative research opportunities and interact with the diverse community users within the Microscopy Australia network.

In this opportunity, you will benefit from existing professional networks at Sydney Microscopy & Microanalysis of the University of Sydney and the staff of Microscopy Australia who share the passion for implementing best practices in microscopy and microanalysis.



Life Science Microscopy Specialist (Technical Officer)

Location: Canberra / ACT, Australian National University
Salary: $82,371 – $86,140 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Terms: Full time, Continuing Contingent Funded (2 years)
Applications close: 22 Nov 2021

Scientists at CAM conduct innovative research leading to scientific achievements that are aligned with the ANU’s strategies. Within the broad framework of the delivery of life science microscopy research, teaching and training and service support at the Centre for Advanced Microscopy, the position will provide an expert in the preparation and analysis of samples for light and transmission/scanning electron microscopy (life sciences). The life science microscopy specialist will have extensive experience in sample preparation and imaging techniques to provide support to a large community of researchers of soft matter (including biologists, chemists, medical scientists) in either or both of the relevant areas (LM and EM). The position is part of a multi-disciplinary team and the successful candidate will report to the Director of CAM.



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