New post at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

William Baker w.baker at RBGKEW.ORG.UK
Tue Jun 19 10:06:31 CDT 2001


The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is currently advertising the
following position:

Project Co-ordinator
UK Darwin Initiative Papuan Plant Diversity Project
Three year fixed term appointment

We are leading an ambitious project to rehabilitate the Herbarium
at the Biodiversity Study Centre, Universitas Negeri Papua,
Manokwari, the only herbarium in the Indonesian part of the
megadiverse tropical island of New Guinea.

You will implement a far-reaching programme of staff and student
training in herbarium management, plant exploration and research
aimed at significantly enhancing the role of the University in
biodiversity research and conservation. Your own research will be
centred around the preparation of a field guide to the flowering plant
families of New Guinea. This position presents an exciting
opportunity in which you will spend six months each year in Papua
and six months at Kew.

You should have a relevant higher degree, experience of working in
a herbarium and experience of working overseas.  Fluency in
Indonesian is desirable, but not essential.

This is a three year fixed term appointment for which the salary is
up to £20,650 per annum depending on experience. A terminal
bonus will be paid upon satisfactory completion of all project
requirements within agreed time scales. Benefits include a mainly
non-contributory pension, generous annual leave and a stunning
working environment.

Application form and further information available from the
Personnel Department, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond,
Surrey TW9 3AB.  Telephone 020 8332 5184/ 5150 (24 hour). E-
mail: j.hancock at rbgkew.org.uk
Please quote job ref 1152. Closing date is 9 July 2001.

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William J. Baker, Herbarium
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, UK
Tel: 020 8332 5224, Fax: 020 8332 5278
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