Technical Officer - Soil and Plant Analytics

Technical Officer – Soil and Plant Analytics
School of Science and Technology
Continuing full-time
$70,398 to $81,178 per annum (Level 5)
Plus 17% employer superannuation. Salary packaging options are available
Applicants must have ongoing full-time work rights (UNE will not provide sponsorship for this position)
About the School
The School of Environmental and Rural Science (ERS) is currently seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Technical Officer, Soil and Plant Analytics. ERS is a research-intensive Shcool that focuses of solving the big challenges that face our planet and our future. ERS is a multidisciplinary department including geologists, geneticists, earth scientists, zoologists, soils scientists, ecologists and ethologists.
About the role
The Technical Officer provides technical support to all areas of the School and Faculty. The principal responsibilities of the role are to support teaching and research and the management and maintenance of facilities and instruments in the Discipline areas of soil and plant analytics. The incumbent will be expected to make technical contributions in support of other operations in other disciplines in the School.
Skills & Experience
We are looking for a dynamic person who can demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills to meet our analytical needs for teaching and research. The successful applicant will be required to make practical demonstration of equipment to staff and students for the preparation, extraction and digestion of plant and soil samples requiring the use of specialist knowledge, methods and equipment. In addition you will have undertaken or be willing to undertake a course in digital education.
Additional information
To discuss this opportunity, please contact Senior Technical Officer, Dr Craig Johnson: phone 02 6773 5052 or email
To find out more about the School visit
Closing Date: Midnight, Thursday 23 September 2021
Reference No: 221218
Please visit and refer to vacancy reference number 221218 to apply.
Equity principles underpin all UNE policies and procedures. As a University committed to engaging a diverse workforce, UNE encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

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