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Subject:(SEWORLD) Researcher Position at NICTA (Canberra, Australia)
From:"Liming Zhu" <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 2 Jul 2009 23:01:26 -0600 (MDT)
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Researcher Position at NICTA (Canberra, Australia)

NICTA (National ICT Australia) is Australia's ICT Research Centre of
Excellence. NICTA aims to bring together world-class researchers and
professional staff, enhances their skills, and build a culture of
entrepreneurship and achievement in use-inspired research that will =20
build
Australia's ICT capacity.

We are seeking researchers to join our team undertaking fundamental and
applied research and development in the areas of Software Architecture,
including topics such as: enterprise architectures; transformation of =20=

legacy
systems to service oriented architectures; modelling, simulation, and
performance prediction of software architectures; scoping, sizing, and
estimation of large business transformation projects; creation and
deployment of web services;

You will be a recent PhD graduate or an established researcher in =20
Computer
Science, Software Engineering, Information Systems, or a related =20
discipline
or a post-doc with a research background in one or more of the above =20
areas.

Applications: Please visit NICTA Careers to apply online
(http://www.nicta.com.au/about/careers) and navigate to the position =20
related
to the ArMaTure project and the Canberra Research Lab. =C2
=
http://nicta.nga.net.au/fnt_info_page.cfm?JobID=3D477&info_mode=3Dnew_app&=
Member
ID=3D0

Please contact Jonathan Gray <[log in to unmask]> prior to
application if you want more information.


Closing Date: July 31, 2009

Position:Researcher
Theme: Managing Complexity
Project:Armature
Location: Canberra Research Laboratory
Supervisor: Project Leader


Position Profile:

Contribute to the research activity in the ArMaTure project in alignment
with NICTA's objectives, including research, commercialisation, =20
education
and linkages.

Accountabilities and Associated Responsibilities

* Achieve the highest international standards of research;
* Contribute to the management of the research projects and functions =20=

of the
Research Laboratory;
* Form research synergies with researchers in other NICTA themes and
projects and with external partner organisations;
* Contribute to the teaching of advanced courses;
* Contribute to NICTA's international image by participating in
international projects, presentations at conferences, international
collaborative projects and attracting high quality international =20
research,
and by being invited by high quality international research =20
institutions;
* Contribute to research interaction with industry with a view to =20
generating
economic impact;
* Participate in supervision and review of PhD students;
* Contribute to the corporate development of NICTA through assisting =20
in the
induction, training and mentoring of staff;
* Maintain high ethical and performance standards.

Essential skills

* PhD qualification in the relevant area;
* University graduate or some postdoctoral experience in a university =20=

and/or
commercial research laboratory;
* High quality publication(s)/thesis;
* High quality PhD research;
* Evidence of good quality research and potential to develop individual
research;
* Evidence of collaborative work;
* Close fit with NICTA's research activities;
* Research of International standards as evidenced by journals, systems
built and reference letters;
* Demonstrated expertise in the area of Software Architecture, including
topics such as: enterprise architectures; transformation of legacy =20
systems
to service oriented architectures; modelling, simulation, and =20
performance
prediction of software architectures; scoping, sizing, and estimation of
large business transformation projects; creation and deployment of web
services;
* Willingness to comply with EEO and OH&S standards.

Desirable requirements

* Preparedness to travel interstate;
* Industrial experience in software engineering;
* High level communications skills and confidence suited to liaison with
industry partners;
* Ability to work autonomously and within a team.

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