[ES_JOBS_NET] Post Doctoral Position: Characterization of DOM in permafrost watersheds

Post-Doctoral Fellow Position, Characterization of dissolved organic matter in permafrost watersheds, Geography and Planning, Queen’s University     

The research will involve the use of optical and chemical methods to characterize the content and nature of dissolved organic matter in surface water, soils and permafrost as extracted from cores collected from
sites across the Canadian Arctic.   The work will require laboratory analyses be conducted in the FaBRECC lab (http://ift.tt/1gGoyu3) at Queen’s university for approximately
the first half of the appointment followed by data analyses and interpretation. It is expected that this work would result in at least one publication submitted within the term of the appointment. The position will also afford the successful applicant the
opportunity to participate in other research endeavors and to assist in supervision and training of students in laboratory according to their interests and qualifications.    The position would be under the supervision of Dr. Melissa Lafrenière, Department
of Geography and Planning

Remuneration:         $40,000 per year.

Start Date and Duration of Appointment:           October 15st, 2015 or before if possible.  1 year duration, possibility of extension

Required Qualifications:   PhD in a relevant discipline and analytical experience with water quality analyses, preferably in the quantification and characterization
of dissolved organic matter.  Strong record of publication in peer reviewed literature.

Required Documentation:    Please submit a cover letter including a statement of your current and prospective research interests, a CV, and the names of three referees.  Applications will be reviewed
and considered until September 28th,2015.  


Application Procedure:    
Please submit your application via email to

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY: The University invites applications from all qualified candidates. Queen’s is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples,
persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.

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