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Fisheries Statistical Genetics Position


"Ovenden, Jennifer R." <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Mon, 9 Jul 2001 12:07:44 +1000





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Posting date: 9 July 2001
Closing date: 23 July 2001

Applications are invited for the position of Fisheries Biologist
(Statistical Genetics) within the Fisheries and Aquaculture Institute,
Agency for Food and Fibre Sciences, Queensland Department of Primary
Industries. The position is full time until 30 June 2003. The salary range
is $47,809 - $52,207 p.a.

Location: Molecular Fisheries Laboratory, Southern Fisheries Centre,
Deception Bay, Queensland, Australia. The laboratory is 30mins north of
Brisbane on the foreshore of Moreton Bay.

Duties: To work with Dr Jenny Ovenden and collaborators on an
externally-funded Australian Fisheries Research and Development Corporation
project "Development of a genetic method to estimate effective spawner
numbers in tiger prawn fisheries". Broadly, the aim is to critically
evaluate a variety of mathematical methods for the calculation of effective
spawner numbers using empirical genetic data. If favourable, the project
will lay the groundwork for the wider adoption of the technology in
fisheries stock assessment.

Skills/Abilities: The prerequisites are a Degree in Science from a
recognised institution, the demonstrated ability to apply, analyse and
write-up theoretical and practical research projects in one or more of
statistics, population genetics, fisheries science or mathematics and a high
level of programming skill in Visual Basic, C or equivalent.

Information for Overseas Applicants: As a general rule, only Australian
citizens and New Zealand citizens who have entered Australia on a valid
passport, have unrestricted rights to employment. Any other person who
wants to work in Australia must have a visa allowing employment. The
Australian Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs operates a
national telephone inquiry line on 131 881, for the cost of a local call
anywhere in Australia. If overseas, please contact your nearest Australian
diplomatic office. Overseas tertiary qualifications must be recognised as
equivalent to Australian qualifications when applying for positions
requiring tertiary qualifications. Overseas qualifications are assessed by
the National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition within the Commonwealth
Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Canberra City, ACT, on
1800 020 086 (toll free within Australia).

Postion description, and application procedure can be obtained from Kayleen
Giesendanner [[log in to unmask]] or Jenny Ovenden
[[log in to unmask]]. Quote position number DPI VRN 685.

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