About the agencies
This is a joint appointment between the Australian Museum and University of New South Wales.

The Australian Museum operates within the NSW Department of Justice. The Museum provides access, engagement and scientific research to increase our understanding of natural history and culture, particularly of the Australasian region. The Australian Museum’s purpose is to be a place of exploration and discovery, inspiring responsibility for our world by promoting knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of science, nature and culture.

The School of Biological Earth and Environmental Sciences is a large teaching and research school within the Faculty of Science at the University of New South Wales. BEES incorporates environmentally-relevant disciplines enabling the School to undertake comprehensive education and research in the mainstream disciplines of geology, geography, biology and environmental science. The position will further develop the research profile of the Centre for Ecosystem Science (CES) within the School of BEES and the Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) in the area of amphibian and reptile biology. It will supervise junior staff and co-supervise postgraduate students in addition to contributing to the teaching excellence of undergraduate and/or postgraduate programs and service.

For more information, visit the Australian Museum website, the School of BEES and CES.

About the role
The role holder will work to increase the impact of conservation science at the Australian Museum and the University of New South Wales by undertaking an innovative field and collection-based research program on amphibians and reptiles, with direct conservation outcomes and engage diverse audiences in conservation biology.

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