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Job vacancy: Technical Officer in Psychoacoustics (Part time)
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- Subject: Job vacancy: Technical Officer in Psychoacoustics (Part time)
- From: Emery Schubert <E.Schubert@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 7 May 2004 14:50:22 +1000
- Delivery-date: Fri May 7 01:39:43 2004
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- Sender: AUDITORY Research in Auditory Perception <AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Title: Job vacancy: Technical Officer in Psychoacoustics
Here is a job which may be of
interest to some (please excuse cross postings).
Technical Officer in
Psychoacoustics (Part time)
SCHOOL OF MUSIC & EDUCATION
The University of New South
Wales, Sydney, Australia.
FIXED TERM: Salary Level 7: A$53K - A$57K per year (pro rata)
(plus up to 17% employer superannuation plus leave loading).
The Chief Investigator of an ARC Discovery Project is seeking the
assistance of an enthusiastic technical officer to support his
research activities in the production of a range of psychoacoustic
analytic tools (both signal processing and subjective measurement)
using Matlab (or similar); developing up-to-date, easily accessed
research databases and websites; organising and running experiments
with human participants; engineering and editing sound recordings;
providing assistance with data analysis; and performing other duties
related to the project.
Essential criteria: a degree in computer science or similar;
excellent knowledge of Matlab (or equivalent); ability to write
external functions and commands related to human computer interfacing
and sound file analysis (eg. for controlling audio CDs, performing
spectral analysis, beat tracking and so forth); proven ability to
meticulously document software; proven ability to work well as part of
a team, as well as to perform tasks independently; familiarity with
acoustics and psychoacoustics, as well as a strong interest in the
field; willingness to work on a Mac OS X platform; ability to write,
maintain and upload web pages according to University and Faculty
guidelines; knowledge of database and web administration and
maintenance; a knowledge of EEO/AA principles; knowledge of OHS
responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant OHS
Desirable criteria: experience in making studio sound
recordings; experience in making DVDs; extensive experience in the
area of acoustics and psychoacoustics.
This is a fixed term position for 12 months working 2 days a week part
time, with the possibility of renewal.
Enquiries may be director to Dr. Emery Schubert on telephone (61 2)
9385 6808 or email: E.Schubert@unsw.edu.au
Applications close 21 May 2004.
Step 1 -
Complete the Application Form (on-line or download Application Form - RTF
details of 2 referees.
Step 2 - Your
Application Letter QUOTING REF NUMBER and must address the
selection criteria as detailed in the position description.
Step 3 - Your Resume and where requested, copies of academic
transcripts and qualifications should be included.
Submitting Your Application
completed Application Form, your Application Letter addressing the
selection criteria and your Resume:
- by email to:
- by facsimile to: (61 2) 9662 2832 or
- by post to:
Recruitment, Human Resources, UNSW Sydney 2052.
applications will receive an email response
application has been received within 24 hours!
General Staff Level 1-7 positions not selected for
interview will not
be forwarded an unsuccessful letter.
For more information