I would like to draw your attention to an advertised PDRA position at the University of Manchester:
A Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) position is available for a planetary scientist to undertake research into the formation and early evolution of the Solar System. The Research Associate will join a leading group of planetary scientists and isotope geochemists within the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. The project is titled "Source and fate of halogen elements in early Solar System materials". It will be carried out under the direction of Dr. Rhian Jones and in collaboration with Drs. Romain Tartèse and David Neave. The PDRA will conduct petrologic and geochemical analysis of chondritic meteorites and experimental analogues. Candidates should have (or will soon obtain) a PhD (or equivalent) in Geology, Earth Sciences, Planetary Science or a related discipline. Details can be found at:
The closing date is 13th March. I am happy to provide further details.
I would like to draw your attention to the following new tenure-track
assistant professor position available at the University of Wuerzburg
(Germany) in the field of Georessources research. Ideally, the candidate
has 6 years to establish him/herself as a young scientist and after a
positive evaluation will continue on to full professorship at the
Institute of Geography and Geology.
The successful candidate will represent the field of Georesources
Research in both research and teaching. The focus of his/her research
activities are expected to be in the field of sustainable and efficient
use of georesources in the context of global change. In addition,
research on the distribution, future availability and equitable use of
georesources and their recycling is welcomed. Active interdisciplinary
collaboration with existing research groups at the Institute and the
University is expected.
The closing date is March 1st, 2021.
For additional details see the attached advertisement flyer.