NamadgiNatParkThe Fenner School of Environment and Society at The Australian National University (ANU) is seeking applications from highly qualified and motivated candidates who are Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents of Australia to undertake a 3-year program of research for a PhD commencing early 2015 that will develop methods for monitoring ecological integrity in protected areas. The position is based in Canberra, Australia; is a collaboration with Territory and Municipal Services of the Australian Capital Territory; and will require field work in the Australian Capital Territory, Canada and potentially South Africa.
The chosen candidate will be invited to apply for an ANU PhD scholarship (currently $25,392 per annum tax free) and, if successful in that application, will receive a top-up scholarship stipend of $5,000 per annum and some additional funding for travel and fieldwork expenses.