Are you experienced with radio interferometry, computing, and working with diverse scientific teams? This role could be for you! 
In this role you will conduct research using the SKA and its precursor telescopes, stretching the capabilities of the AusSRC systems, and liaise with scientists using these telescopes, translating science objectives into system and software requirements. 

The AusSRC Support Scientist will be employed by Curtin University, embedded within the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (CIRA), and managed by the CIRA-based AusSRC Senior Project Scientist.

We welcome applications from a broad spectrum of scientific and technical backgrounds and experience, and offer full-time or 0.8 FTE part-time options.  

If you want to be part of ushering in the next generation of astronomical research and discovery, we encourage you to apply using this link. Application deadline is 13:30 AWST, Sunday 21st July 2024.