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Date: Tue May 9 21:02:55 2017
Subject: 17.05.09 Research Officer in Biomolecular Simulation
Research Officer, Biomolecular Simulation
School of Biomedical Sciences, Curtin University
18 months fixed-term, part-time (0.8 FTE) 
$78,754 - $83,639 (G06)
Ref: 4741

Do you have experience in applying enhanced sampling techniques 
for biomolecular simulation?

The School of Biomedical Sciences is seeking a Research Officer 
to work on a recently awarded biochemistry-related research project, 
commencing as soon as possible. Working with the Research Fellow, 
you will play a key role in the project by performing experiments, 
analysing data and interpreting results. 

Your experience in the use of enhanced sampling techniques for 
biomolecular simulation and use of supercomputing facilities will 
be essential as you assist in preparing research findings.

The successful applicant will possess a biochemistry-related degree 
and strong organisational and communication skills.  Experience in 
the modelling and simulation of membrane proteins (particularly G 
protein-coupled receptors) will be well regarded.

Applications close:  Tuesday 6th June, 5pm AWST
For further information and to apply for this position, please visit:

http://futurestaff.curtin.edu.au/job_vacancies/index.cfm
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