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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Image Analyst position available, CSIRO

Dear colleague,

Can you please pass on the following job advertisement to any students or
colleagues who may be interested? Thank you.

Leanne Bischof

| Leanne Bischof, Biotech Imaging 
| CSIRO Mathematical & Information Sciences
| Locked Bag 17, North Ryde, NSW 1670, Australia           
| (Building E6B, Macquarie University Campus, Sydney)      
| Phone: +61-2-93253206 (GMT+~10hrs)  Fax: +61-2-93253200  
| E-mail: leanne.bischof@csiro.au 
| WEB: www.cmis.csiro.au/IAP

Job Profile

Reference Number: 2007/372 
Position Title: Image Analyst- Biotech Imaging
Location: Sydney, Australia
Salary Range: K - K + superannuation
Tenure: Indefinite  
Applicants: International Applicants Welcome. 
Applications Close: 20 May 2007


The Biotech Imaging group at CSIRO Division of Mathematical and 
Information Sciences seeks to recruit a highly competent and 
motivated image analyst.

The successful candidate will develop algorithms and methodologies 
for cell-based assays.

The CSIRO Biotechnology Imaging Stream is a group of 9 research 
scientists located in Sydney and Brisbane specialised in the 
extraction of useful information from biological images and in 
automated microscopy.

You will have earned a recent PhD in Electrical Engineering, 
Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics or a related discipline. 
You will have had formal training in computer vision and programming 
and have had exposure to health or biological applications.

You will be honest, meticulous in your science and creative in 
your ideas and have a solid track record in academia or industry.


CSIRO prefers applications be lodged online via our careers site:

This site also lists the position description and selection criteria.
For further information on this position, please contact 
Dr Pascal Vallotton  +61 2 9325 3208 (mobile) +61 400 801 245 
or email pascal.vallotton@csiro.au

Please do not apply directly to Pascal's email address. 
Applications received via email will not be accepted.