Early Career Researcher Opportunities (ongoing & non-ongoing)

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Disciplines: Aerospace Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Building Services Engineering

Remuneration: $66,436 - 91,238 (plus super) APS Level 4/5-6 (S&T 3-4) per annum

Location: Hobart

Type: Full Time

Posted: 09/10/2018


Recruiting Australia’s Brightest Science and Technology Early Career Researchers

  • Multiple permanent and temporary research opportunities
  • Access to professional development programs & mentoring
  • Various locations across Australia

The Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group’s Early Career Researcher Opportunities is a portal for scientists, engineers, and industry professionals  to register their interest to commence a career in research  at one of the world’s leading defence science and technology organisations.

DST has over 100 opportunities available across a broad range of research areas and is seeking applications from candidates with qualifications/ and or experience in the following academic discipline:

  • Aerospace/ Aeronautical Engineering, and Naval Architecture
  • Computer Sciences, IT, Software Engineering, Telecommunications
  • Electronic/ Electrical Engineering
  • Psychology and Social Sciences
  • Materials Science
  • Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering (including robotics)
  • Chemical, Radiological, Biological and Food Sciences
  • Mathematics and Physics

The DST Difference

  • Experience a stimulating and dynamic culture that fosters scientific excellence through innovation, creativity and professional development programs.
  • Work alongside and be mentored by some of the world's brightest scientists to deliver innovative solutions in support of Australia's Defence and national security.
  • Share in the rewards – challenging projects, a supportive team environment, and flexible, lifestyle-friendly work conditions.

How to Apply

Applications are now open. To apply please visit

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