The Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowships are intended to build research and innovation capability and excellence and create impact, in strategic priority research strengths at Deakin University. The Fellowships support and develop early career researchers, aiming to enhance our capacity and capability in key research areas and build the next generation of high achieving and internationally competitive researchers.
|Application open||Monday 5 July 2021|
|Applications close||11:59pm Sunday 15 August 2021 (AEST)|
|Outcomes advised||Early November 2021|
- Applicants must have been awarded a PhD on or after 1 January 2018 or, together with allowable career interruptions, have an award of PhD date that would be commensurate with a PhD Award Date of 1 January 2018.
- Applicants are required to hold Australian work rights at the point of application. Please visit the Victorian State Government website – Eligibility and the right to work in Australia for further clarification.
- The Fellowship provides 2 years of salary support from a Level A, Step 6 up to the top of Level B classification, commensurate with experience (ranges from $88,209 - $117,503 per annum, current at 27th April 2021).
- Successful Fellows also receive a once off research support grant of $15,000, to be used throughout the Fellowship. This grant must be used for direct research costs that relate specifically to the research project.
How to apply
- Read the 2022 Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Guidelines, Instructions and Conditions of Award.
- Liaise with the Faculty/School/Institute/SRIC that aligns most closely with your research interests and identify your proposed supervisor. Refer to the Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Faculty/School/Institute/SRIC contacts page.
- Prepare the following supporting documents to be uploaded as part of your application:
- Top 3 Publications
- Summary of Experience and Contributions
- Research Project Proposal – you must work with your supervisor to prepare this
- Curriculum Vitae and Publication List - to be uploaded as a single PDF document
- Evidence of PhD conferral, or letter from your institution indicating you are on track to complete your PhD by no later than 31 December 2021.
- Evidence of any career interruptions impacting your eligibility (if applicable). This can be in the form of a Statutory Declaration (This link is for a Victorian Statutory Declaration. Equivalent Statutory Declarations are also accepted as long as they are in English).
- Complete the online application form via the Deakin careers website, ensuring you upload all supporting documents
- Submit the application on or before the closing date and time.
Documents and information
Step 1: Enter your PhD Award Conferral date as DD-MM-YYY
Step 2: Enter the start and finish dates of your career interruption as DD-MM-YYYY
Step 3: Enter the time fraction that you were working at the time of your career interruption
(i.e. 1.0 for full time, 0.8 for 4 days a week etc.)
Step 4: Select the reason for the interruption from the drop down provided
Your total effective days will automatically be calculated to determine your effective PhD Conferral date. Your eligibility will be displayed as YES (you are eligible to apply) or NO (you are not eligible to apply).
Impact themes: For further information regarding Deakin’s Impact Themes please see Deakin 2030 Ideas to Impact (page 15)
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