Research Officer/Senior Research Officer/Research Fellow

Modelling and Analysis of Computer-based Systems.

An experienced Research Officer /Senior Research Officer/Research Fellow is sought in the School of ITEE.


The ARC Centre for Complex Systems has a position available for a researcher to participate in a project investigating methods for modelling and analysing computer-based systems in terms of their requirements and architectures. The project will focus on achieving and maintaining dependability in the context of on-going change and failure to meet requirements. The project is supervised by Prof Ian Hayes. The role of the Research Officer/Senior Research Officer/Research Fellow is to perform the detailed case studies, theory formalisation and tool development.

The Centre seeks a motivated and innovative person with good modelling skills to provide support to the project. Applicants should have a background in software engineering or a related field.

This is a full-time, fixed-term appointment for up to three years at Research Officer (Academic Level A) or Senior Research Officer/Research Fellow (Academic Level B). Appointment at Research Fellow level will require a PhD and demonstrated research potential. The remuneration package will be in the range of $47,526 to $64,466 per annum for Academic Level A and $67,859 to $80,582 per annum for Academic Level B which includes employer superannuation contributions of 17% of salary.

Obtain the position description and selection criteria online. Contact Prof Ian Hayes (07) 3365 2386 or e-mail to discuss the role.

Applications addressing the selection criteria and quoting the reference number, should be sent to the:
The Director
ARC Centre for Complex Systems
School of Information Technology & Electrical Engineering
The University of Queensland
St Lucia QLD 4072
Or email

Closing date for applications: 14 January 2005
Reference Number: 1213226





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