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LINGUIST List 16.3363

Wed Nov 23 2005

Jobs: Cognitive Science: Post Doc, Macquarie University

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        1.    Stephen Crain, Cognitive Science: Post Doc, Macquarie University, NSW, Australia

Message 1: Cognitive Science: Post Doc, Macquarie University, NSW, Australia
Date: 20-Nov-2005
From: Stephen Crain <scrainmaccs.mq.edu.au>
Subject: Cognitive Science: Post Doc, Macquarie University, NSW, Australia

University or Organization: Macquarie University
Department: Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science
Job Rank: Ref. 19871 Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science


The appointee will carry out and publish research in the Macquarie Centre for
Cognitive Science in areas of cognitive science studied in the Macquarie Centre
for Cognitive Science (these areas are psycholinguistics, visual cognition and
cognitive neuropsychiatry), assist in PhD supervision, and contribute to the
intellectual life of the Centre. The appointee will have a PhD submitted prior
to the commencement of the Fellowship (and in any case before 31 March 2006), in
or related to, one of the three areas of research carried out in the Macquarie
Centre for Cognitive Science, and a strong research record relative to career
stage, including publications and/or conference presentations. Preference may
be given to applicants with expertise in using the kinds of laboratory
facilities available at MACCS: computational modelling, eye tracking,
behavioural measures of auditory and/or visual processing, and techniques for
brain imaging (EEG, MEG). Preference may also be given to applicants whose works
has some relevance to acquired or developmental disorders of cognition.

All enquiries concerning your application and further information about the
position should be obtained from Professor Max Coltheart maxmaccs.mq.edu.au or
telephone (+61) 2 9850 8086 or Professor Stephen Crain crainmaccs.mq.edu.au
telephone (+61) 2 9850 9434.

The position is available from January 2006 for a period of 3 years.
Package: From AUD$66,893 pa, including (Level A Point 6) base salary AUD
$56,525 to AUD $60,634 pa, annual leave loading and 17% employer's

The appointment is currently governed by the terms of the Macquarie University
Enterprise Agreement 2003-2006. The successful applicant will subsequently be
offered the choice of an Australian Workplace Agreement for this appointment.

How to apply: applications MUST be done online. Please visit this website:
and click on 'Ref. 19871 Postdoctoral Research Fellow' to start an application

Address for Applications:

Prof. Stephen Crain
Application must be done online
Sydney, NSW 2109

Application Deadline: 20-Dec-2005

Contact Information:

Prof. Stephen Crain
Email: scrainmaccs.mq.edu.au
Phone: (+61) 2 9850 9434
Fax: (+61) 2 9850 6059
Website: https://www.maccs.mq.edu.au/

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