University of Queensland Postdoctoral Fellowships 2015 (Deadline: 19 May 2014)

Applications are invited for the University of Queensland Postdoctoral Fellowships 2015. Please note, applicants interested in applying for a Fellowship in the field of Architecture should contact the UQ School of Architecture’s Research Director, Dr Antony Moulis <A.Moulis@uq.edu.au> prior to submitting an application.
The University of Queensland Postdoctoral Research Fellowships 2015: Applications Now Open
Closing Date Schools/Centres/Institutes: 19 May 2014
The University of Queensland (UQ) invites applications for a limited number of Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in 2015, to be awarded to early career researchers of exceptional calibre wishing to conduct full-time research at the University in any of its disciplines.
In particular, the scheme aims to attract outstanding recent doctoral graduates to the University in areas of institutional research priority.
All applicants must fulfil the eligibility criteria listed in the Guidelines.
The period of appointment will be for three years and appointees are expected to commence in early 2015. The current salary range for the award is on a four-level scale from A$71,528.60 – A$79,708.50, plus 17% superannuation. Each appointee will be entitled to maintenance funds of A$20,000 over the term of the Fellowship to support research costs. Appointees relocating from interstate or overseas will be entitled to reimbursement of travel and relocation costs.
The Guidelines, Conditions of Award and Application Form are available online <http://www.uq.edu.au/research/research-management/uq-postdoctoral-research-fellowships>.
For further information, contact UQFellowships@research.uq.edu.au.

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