Postdoctural Research Fellow in Urban Conservation Planning

Applications are invited to undertake exciting research on the future impacts of, and responses to, sea level rise on the Australian coastline. The prestigious ARC Super Science Fellowship scheme targets early-career researchers (within three years of completing their PhD) who have a strong track record in research and discovery.

The role: The Fellowship is funded through the ARC Super Science grant scheme. The Global Change Institute has been successful in attracting support for two projects that will explore the impacts of sea level rise on the Australian coastline, and developing decision support, adaptive guidelines and strategies for responses to these impacts.

The Fellow will require expertise in one or more of the following areas: conservation planning, urban planning, or; natural resource management, particularly as it applies to coastal environments.

The Fellowship will be based at the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland headed by Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, and will be supervised by a leading international experts in the relevant disciplines. The successful applicant will be expected to interact closely with other fellows who have been employed on the projects in order to develop multidisciplinary solutions and outcomes for responding to rapid sea level rise.
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