FW: ANSTO Physics Division Leader Opening
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Fri Dec 12 16:52:47 CST 1997
> ANSTO Physics Division Leader, Neutron Scattering and Synchrotron
> Radiation Group
> Senior Principal Research Scientist
> $81,063 - $91,150
> ANSTO is seeking a scientist of international reputation in neutron
> scattering research to be appointed Leader of the Neutron Scattering
> Synchrotron Radiation Group in the Physics Division.
> The successful applicant should have demonstrated:
> *International reputation in neutron scattering research
> *Knowledge of synchrotron radiation science and its applications
> *Leadership ability to inspire scientists and support staff to be
> creative and output oriented
> *Extensive negotiating skills to create research alliances with
> industry, academia and other research institutions, both in Australia
> and overseas.
> The Leader of the Neutron Scattering and Synchrotron Radiation Group
> must have the capacity to manage teams of people involved in providing
> research and services. He/she must have the foresight to identify the
> potential contribution of neutron scattering and synchrotron radiation
> to Australian science and to the ANSTO core business areas. This
> be achieved by encouraging teaming within ANSTO and with other
> and international organisations.
> ANSTO operates a number of neutron scattering facilities on the HIFAR
> reactor, including neutron powder diffractometers, a long wavelength
> polarisation neutron facility, two single crystal spectrometers and a
> small angle neutron scattering instrument. The Australian government
> recently determined that, subject to an Environmental Impact Study, a
> replacement nuclear research reactor is to be constructed at the Lucas
> Heights Science & Technology Centre and world class neutron scattering
> instruments will have to be designed for this facility.
> This research group has the responsibility for the ANSTO driven
> activities of the Australian Synchrotron Radiation Program, based on
> Australian facilities developed at the Photon Factory in Japan and at
> the Advanced Photon Source in USA.
> The successful applicant will be offered a permanent position subject
> the satisfactory completion of a probation period. For permanent
> appointment applicants must be Australian Citizens or Permanent
> Residents willing to pursue Australian Citizenship.
> Further details can be obtained by contacting Dr Claudio Tuniz on
> (02) 9717 3493, fax: (02) 9717 3257 or e-mail: tuniz at ansto.gov.au.
> Selection criteria are below or can be obtained by telephoning Mrs
> Penny on (02) 9717 3385.
> Applications based on the selection criteria, giving the names of at
> least three referees and quoting position number PHY55, should be
> forwarded to Dr Claudio Tuniz, Director, Physics Division, ANSTO, PMB
> Menai NSW 2234.
> Applications Close 15 December 1997
> Ansto is an Equal Opportunity Employer
> Smoking in the Workplace is Prohibited
> SELECTION CRITERIA
> AUSTRALIAN NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATION
> SELECTION CRITERIA
> DIVISION: PHYSICS - (PHY55)
> PROJECT: NEUTRON SCATTERING
> CLASSIFICATION: SPRS
> 1.PhD or equivalent in Physics or Chemistry ESSENTIAL
> 2. International reputation in neutron scattering research ESSENTIAL
> 3.Demonstrated scientific leadership and the ability to inspire other
> scientists ESSENTIAL
> 4. Experience in project management and team development IMPORTANT
> 5.Demonstrated ability to negotiate with a variety of institutes and
> stakeholders IMPORTANT
> ANSTO 11/11/97
> Cherylie Thorn
> Administrative Assistant
> Physics Division
> Private Mail Bag 1
> MENAI NSW 2234
> Telephone: 61 2 9717 9039
> Fax: 61 2 9717 3257
> mailto:thorn at ansto.gov.au http://www.ansto.gov.au
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