Geochemical research at Stockholm University has a long tradition of low temperature geochemistry and biogeochemistry, aimed at understanding the geochemical processes that determine the composition, history, and climate on Earth. The university seeks applicants who use isotopes as a tool to gain further understanding of biogeochemical processes in aquatic ecosystems. The envisioned research should be relevant for the Baltic Sea placing such research in a worldwide context of marine and coastal systems. This position is one of five currently advertised positions at Stockholm University to form an interdisciplinary research team in collaboration with the Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre (http://www.su.se/ostersjocentrum/english/).
The main responsibilities associated with this position will include research (80%) as well as teaching and student supervision in support of the university's curriculum, which includes on-site, distance and field-based courses. Applicants will be assessed primarily on scientific merits, but teaching experience and ability to attract external funding are also considered.