About the project
The Priority Research Centre for Geotechnical and Materials Modelling develops new models and innovative computational methods for predicting the behaviour of geomaterials, metals and composites. Advanced computational methods, coupled with laboratory and field testing are key tools in this pursuit.
A vacancy exists for a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Geotechnical Engineering to provide high level research support to the ARC Discovery Project entitled “Dynamic soil-structure interaction”.
About the role
You will be responsible for the development and application of advanced numerical methods, particularly finite element codes, suitable for the solving problems in dynamics soil-structure interaction.
To be successful you will have:
- A PhD in Geotechnical Engineering or computational geomechanics
- Extensive experience in the development and application of numerical methods in geomechanics, including the non-linear, time-dependent finite element methods
- Effective communication, organisational and project management skills
Please note: In accordance with the University’s Staff Selection Guidelines, your application will be assessed on the selection criteria found at the link below. It is essential that you address each criterion to enable the selection committee to properly assess your application and suitability for interview.
Academic Level A - $ 61,084 to $82,895
Academic Level B - $ 87,260 to $ 103,622 per annum,
Salary level within this range will be dependent on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant.
Plus a generous employer superannuation contribution of up to 17%.