[ASC-list] WA Job Opportunity - posted on behalf of Brad Kruger, WA Museum

Sarah Lau SLau at chemcentre.wa.gov.au
Mon Mar 29 05:42:20 UTC 2010

This position is being advertised on JobsWA today and the closing date
for expressions of interest is 4:00pm, 1 April 2010. Please bring this
opportunity to the attention of anyone you think may be interested; 


The Western Australian Museum is seeking a dynamic and innovative
individual to co-ordinate a national program for the Council of
Australasia Museums International Year of Biodiversity Events and


This is a part-time (0.5fte  37.5 hours per fortnight), fixed-term
contract until the completion of the project on 25 February 2011.


Located at Perth in the Education Department and reporting to the
Director Exhibitions Design and Public Program, and the CAMD / IYB
National Steering Committee


Job Description

The successful candidate will develop and deliver the aims and
objectives of the Council of Australasia Museums International Year of
Biodiversity project (CAMD / IYB).


The Coordinator (CAMD / IYB) (Western & Central) shall work with a like
position based in Sydney at the Australian Museum and shall be
responsible for the development of a national online portal for
information exchange about IYB, and encourage national participation and
community engagement in biodiversity via online interaction with major
museums, regional museums, schools, community groups and individuals.


The position will develop, on the broad basis of the Australian media
sector with particular reference to science communication an effective
public relations strategy to ensure maximum coverage of (CAMD / IYB)'s
activities during 2010.



For more information on the position, please contact Brad Kruger
(brad.kruger at museum.wa.gov.au), or for information on how to apply visit
the JobsWA website www.jobs.wa.gov.au <http://www.jobs.wa.gov.au> . 

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <https://www.lists.sublimeip.com/pipermail/asc-list/attachments/20100329/6dccec38/attachment.htm>

More information about the ASC-list mailing list