Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position – 2019 in QUT, Australia

Postdoctoral Position 2019 in Australia , University of Queensland

Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position – 2019 in QUT, Australia

University of Queensland, Australia invites application for 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow position – 2019 from eligible and interested candidates 

Designation/Position- Postdoctoral Research Fellow 

About- QUT is seeking a PhD or Masters graduate in chemical or process engineering, as part of an initiative to develop the next generation of Research, Development & Adoption service providers to the Australian and international sugarcane milling industry. The work will be primarily focused on processing of sugarcane juice to crystal sugar, including the development of processes and equipment designs for the production of high quality crystal sugar in an energy efficient manner and with high yield, and also the development of novel products from sugarcane.

Research/Job Area- 

Energy & Process Engineering 
School of Chemistry, Physics & Mechanical Engineering, 
Science and Engineering Faculty

Location-  University of Queensland, Australia

Eligibility/Qualification–PhD in relevant area

Job/Position Description- Fixed-term, full-time basis for three (3) years

Total remuneration range of $AUD77,312 to $AUD104,906 (LEVA) (inclusive of $AUD65,330 to $AUD88,647 pa salary, 17% superannuation and 17.5% recreation leave loading)

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Last Date for Apply–  2 January 2019

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