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Job Opportunities: 2x CSIRO postdoctoral fellowships

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia, has two postdoctoral fellowship opportunities based in Brisbane, Queensland.

The fellowships will be within the CSIRO-UQ Food System Horizons Initiative. The overarching vision of the Food System Horizons Initiative is to help build a new and better-informed national conversation on food system transformation that is inclusive of different stakeholder visions, ambitions, and values, and identifies a range of solution pathways to Australia’s food system futures.  

To find out more about the positions, please click on the opportunity titles below. Applications closing soon!

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellowship in Food System Transformation: Dynamic Benchmarking – Applications closing 24 November 2022.

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellowship in Food System Transformation: Constraints and Enablers – Applications closing 23 November 2022.

What’s the future of Sydney’s food system?

Charles Sturt University, the City of Sydney and Deliberately Engaging are inviting you envision the future of food in Sydney as part of a knowledge exchange community grant scheme.

Participants are warmly invited to come and contribute your thoughts, ideas and experiences.

For Food Innovators
11.00am, Tuesday
02 August, 2022
Registration Link

For Community Members
07:00pm, Wednesday
03 August, 2022
Registration Link


What’s a Food Innovator?
Anyone doing something interesting, new, sustainable, disruptive, a-bit-different, community-oriented and focused on food!

Think – food sharing, community gardens, new food products, new food services, cooperatives, collectives, markets, food boxes, new ways of growing and distributing food.


You can participate without downloading any software.

Please join the workshop from a computer (desktop or laptop) or a tablet.

The Zoom webinar will not be recorded. The video, audio and chat functions will not enable participants to see or hear each other to protect confidentiality

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This workshop contributes towards a larger study into urban food systems innovation and will link with the global Urbal Study.

This study has been approved by the Charles Sturt University Human Research Ethic Committee Protocol number: H21466.

You can contact the Chief Investigator, Dr Sarina Kilham via email or on 0269332385 with any questions.