The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes is a major seven-year initiative that brings together five of Australia’s leading universities and a suite of national and international partners. The Centre’s four core research programs cover Extreme Rainfall, Heatwaves and Cold Air Outbreaks and Drought and Climate Variability & Teleconnections.

There are currently 14 positions available across the Centre’s universities: UNSW Sydney, University of Melbourne, Monash University, Australian National University, and University of Tasmania.

The Centre offers an exceptional environment to nurture and enhance your career. They offer a tailored researcher development program which includes workshops and seminars to improve your scientific, technical and communication skills. There are also leadership development opportunities and funding to enable you to travel between the above universities to enhance strong collaborative relationships with peers and mentors. They also offer a competitive internal fellowship scheme to further boost career opportunities for researchers from traditionally underrepresented populations in this field. All positions are offered flexibly, either full time or part time to suit and support your lifestyle.

For information on the Centre, its research and positions available go to

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