[vslist] Opportunity for Professorial appointment at Monash University, Australia

Marcello Rosa Marcello.Rosa at med.monash.edu.au
Sun Mar 28 18:28:00 GMT 2004


Professor of Neurosciences and Director, Monash University Centre for 
Brain and Behaviour
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Deadline: 28th May 2004


Monash University is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and 
entrepreneurial researcher of recognised international excellence to 
lead and develop the Monash University Centre for Brain and Behaviour 
(MUCBB).

Located within the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, 
MUCBB is a multidisciplinary, cross-departmental centre established to 
coordinate and promote collaborative research in the neurosciences. It 
has more than 100 members, drawn from each of the schools of the 
faculty, with interests including neurodegeneration, 
neuroendocrinology, neuropsychology and psychiatry, neuroanatomy, 
neurotrauma, sensory systems, movement disorders, perinatal physiology 
and neurosurgery.

The appointee will be expected to: develop and promote MUCBB as a 
leading neurosciences research centre; build collaborative research 
between researchers in the faculty’s schools and affiliated centres; 
establish a high quality, neuroscience research team within one of the 
faculty schools; ensure the university’s effective participation in 
Neurosciences Victoria (NSV); and be a Monash representative on the NSV 
board.

The successful applicant will have: a PhD, MD or equivalent 
qualification; an established, internationally recognised record as a 
leader in neuroscience research; the demonstrated ability to 
successfully lead and manage research teams and collaborative ventures; 
and a vision for MUCBB as a centre of research excellence.

The appointment as professor will be on a continuing basis, with the 
centre directorship role being for the initial five years; subject to 
performance and other criteria, a further term as director would be 
negotiable.

Professorial salary: $106,327 per annum; in addition, a clinical 
loading may be payable. Superannuation, travel and removal allowances 
are available.

Selection documentation may be accessed electronically on the world 
wide web: http://www.adm.monash.edu.au/sss/pc/jobads/jo_senior.htm


Confidential inquiries may be made to Professor Warwick Anderson, Head, 
School of Biomedical Sciences, telephone (03) 9905 2555, facsimile (03) 
9905 2566, email warwick.anderson at med.monash.edu.au


Further information and particulars of the application procedure may be 
obtained from Mr John Noonan, Manager (Senior Appointments), Monash 
University, Victoria 3800, telephone (03) 9905 5904, facsimile (03) 
9905 6857, email john.noonan at adm.monash.edu.au


Applications should reach Mr Peter Marshall, Divisional Director, 
Student and Staff Services, Monash University, Victoria 3800, no later 
than Friday, 28 May 2004.

The university reserves the right to appoint by invitation.

Monash respects the privacy of your personal information.
For more details visit http://www.privacy.monash.edu.au


An Equal Opportunity Employer EOWA Employer of Choice for Women


Dr. Marcello Rosa
Associate Professor
Department of Physiology
Monash University
Clayton, VIC 3800

Ph. (+61) 3 99052522
Fax: (+61) 3 9905 2547
Marcello.Rosa at med.monash.edu.au
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