[Coral-List] Lectureship in Marine Biology at JCU - focus coral biology / ecology

Willis, Bette bette.willis at jcu.edu.au
Sun Feb 27 21:14:15 EST 2011

Dear Colleagues

The School of Marine and Tropical Biology at James Cook University is seeking applications for a Lecturer in Marine Biology.  The preferred candidate will have a strong interest in teaching and research in whole animal biology in the tropics, with a focus on coral biology and ecology. He/she will have demonstrated experience and success in tertiary teaching and postgraduate student supervision, and will also have a strong track record in research publication and funding. The appointee will be required to teach in appropriate areas of marine biology and ecology. Preference will be given to applicants with interests in one or more of the following: coral biology and ecology, coral symbioses, coral physiology, evolution of corals and modular organisms.

Further details are available at: http://www-public.jcu.edu.au/jobs/academic/JCUPRD1_069462

The closing date for applications is March 11th.  Given the timeframe, please contact me to express interest.


Bette Willis
Professor, Marine Biology
ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies and School of Marine and Tropical Biology
James Cook University, Townsville, QLD 4811 AUSTRALIA
P 61 (07) 4781 5349
F 61 (07) 4725 1570
E Bette.Willis at jcu.edu.au
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