Our current positions vacant are:
The Benthic Ecologist will be involved in regular field work to collect and analyse benthic biodiversity data and demersal fish data.
The Coastal Biogeochemical Modeller will apply advanced skills to undertake research into coastal water quality and provide scientific advice on management interventions and regional and global pressures.
The Ecological Risk Modeller apply advanced statistical and computational skills to analyse complex spatial and time series data to quantify reef responses to environmental pressures on the Great Barrier Reef.
The Ecosystem Modeller – Cumulative Impacts will lead quantitative environmental research to identify drivers of ecosystem resilience and vulnerability and predict ecosystem responses.
The Research Scientist – Benthic (Coral Reef) Ecology will advance AIMS’ world-leading coral reef research and monitoring programs.
The Research Scientist – Fish Population Ecology will lead the statistical analyses on fish and invertebrate community compositions.
The Research Technician will be involved in extensive field work conduct surveys on tropical marine fauna.