Research Fellow in Combinatorics @Monash

Location: School of Mathematics, Monash University
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: 2.5 years fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: Level A
Closing Date: 26 July 2024
Job No. 666079

The School of Mathematics at Monash University seeks a Research Fellow who will will contribute to the School’s research efforts in combinatorics. This role involves working on a project concerning fractional edge decompositions of graphs, addressing well-studied open problems, and exploring related variants and special cases.The project is led by Daniel Horsley (Monash), Darryn Bryant, Barbara Maenhaut (University of Queensland), and Peter Dukes (University of Victoria).

If you hold a Doctoral degree in Mathematics or a closely related field and can demonstrate the below, we look forward to seeing your application:

  • a strong background in edge decomposition of graphs, fractional structures in graphs, or closely related areasthe ability to solve complex mathematical problemsanalytical and manuscript preparation skills; including a track record of refereed research publications.

Applications must be made via: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/513/cw/en/job/666079/research-fellow.

Graduate Meteorologist@Bureau of Meteorology

Closing date: 24 July 2024
Campus: Bureau of Meteorology; Graduate Meteorology Programme
Division: Environmental, Earth & Geosciences (Science & Technology)
Government: Federal (Government & Defence)

Get paid to study and take your physics and maths out of the classroom and into the real world Work as a graduate meteorologist through a 10-month intensive formal training program from late January to late November 2025.

You’ll learn how to:

  • apply various scientific techniques, including data visualisation and analysis tools.
  • analyse, and interpret meteorological data sources and numerical weather prediction model output to forecast atmospheric conditions.

You’ll be able to transform studied theoretical knowledge into a solid foundation of skills on which to use to build your career.

Use the skills you learn to be there when it matters most for all Australians and all Australia, every day Learn from some of Australia’s leading scientists as you develop a deep knowledge of services for severe weather, marine and Antarctic environments, climate, water and volcanic ash prediction. A day in this role can include preparing and communicating weather forecasts for the public as well as specific users such as the emergency services sector.

Develop your skills among other like-minded scientists and future meteorologists.

We’re looking for graduates with a demonstrated commitment to life-long learning and a desire to work with the community, customers, partners, and stakeholders at the heart of our operations. The role includes working in a diverse team environment and using your initiative to solve problems and develop the skills needed to deliver impact and value to customers.

Post course

After successful completion of the training program, Graduates will advance to Broadband 2 classification with incremental salary advancements, as they gain professional experience and meet work performance expectations, ranging from $65,526 to $101,022 plus shift penalties and an additional 15.4% Superannuation. For further information please refer to the Bureau of Meteorology Enterprise Agreement 2024.

Our ideal candidate

  • Do you want to get paid to study and graduate as a meteorologist with the Bureau of Meteorology?
  • Do you have a science, engineering or other STEM degree with a focus on physics and maths?
  • Are you eager to develop and grow your skills to be there when it matters most for all Australians, and all Australia – everyday?
  • Do you want to take your maths and physics out of the classroom and into the real world?

If you answered yes to these questions, you could have what it takes to excel as a graduate meteorologist with the Bureau of Meteorology.

Links for application/more information

For further information and to apply visit http://www.bom.gov.au/careers

Lecturer (Applied Mathematics or Pure Mathematics) @UNSW

Location: UNSW Sydney, School of Mathematics and Statistics
Employment Type: Continuing; Level B
Duration: Continuing
Closing Date: 23 July 2024

The purpose of this role is to conduct independent research and deliver excellent teaching in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW Sydney. The Lecturer (Level B) academic is expected to carry out activities to develop their scholarly research in areas that align with the research strengths in the School and professional activities both nationally and internationally and to actively contribute to the School’s teaching activities across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Women and candidates from diverse backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.

There are x2 roles available (Applied Mathematics and Pure Mathematics).

For more information and to apply, please visit Jobs@UNSW site.

MACSYS Research Fellow, Modelling and Analysis of Chemical Reaction Networks

Location: ARC Centre of Excellence for the Mathematical Analysis of Cellular Systems (MACSYS), The University of Melbourne
Level: A
Duration: 3 years
Closing date: 26 July 2024

We are seeking a highly motivated Post-Doctoral Fellow to work on chemical reaction networks at the University of Melbourne. In this role, you will have the opportunity to employ advanced mathematical and computational techniques, such as graph theory, computational algebraic geometry, chemical reaction network theory, and computational topology. We look forward to making a major scientific breakthrough in new analytical techniques for constructing and analyzing complex biohemical reaction networks, and will work together to produce WORLD-FIRST whole cell models (WCMs). 

The successful applicant will join the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Mathematical Analysis of Cellular Systems (MACSYS), the world’s largest focused research initiative in mathematical biology at the University of Melbourne. If you’re passionate about mathematical biology and eager to make a significant impact, we’d love to hear from you!

For more information and to apply, see https://jobs.unimelb.edu.au/en/job/917465/macsys-research-fellow-in-modelling-and-analysis-of-chemical-reaction-networks.