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Please see below the advertisement for a lecturer/senior lecturer position in quantitative social research, with focus on demography, at the Australian National University. Candidates will need to be able to contribute to the school's
demographic research (in areas such as fertility, family, ageing, mortality, migration). I'm hoping some people with an interest in social networks (specifically mentioned in the advertisement)
Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute
Australian National University
Web Social Science: Concepts, Data and Tools for Social Scientists in the Digital Age (SAGE Publications)
We are seeking an innovative and quantitative social researcher to enhance the University’s reputation in Demography.
The Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute at the Australian National University invites applications for a continuing academic position. The Institute has the largest concentration of demographers in Australia actively engaged in a broad range
of demographic research areas, including fertility, family, ageing, mortality and migration, as well as the interdisciplinary research areas of social networks, gender, modelling, forecasting and the environment.
The appointee will have demonstrated potential for innovative and cross-cutting research, as well as teaching and supervision, in quantitative demography and social change. The appointee will normally spend 60% of their time on research.
The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant on
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ANU values diversity and inclusion and believes employment opportunities must not be limited by socio-economic background, race, religion or gender. For more information about staff equity @ ANU, visit
Enquiries: Professor James Raymer
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Phone: +61 02 6125 3699
Closing Date 31 October 2013
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