Position Vacant: Manager, Plant Sciences (MEL)

Marco Duretto Marco.Duretto at RBG.VIC.GOV.AU
Fri Jan 17 09:42:05 CST 2003

Manager, Plant Sciences
National Herbarium of Victoria (MEL)
Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

This is an outstanding opportunity to join the Royal Botanic Gardens,
one of Victoria's premier scientific and cultural organisations, and
manage the day to day operations of the Plant Sciences Branch.

The National Herbarium of Victoria is a major centre for botanical
studies in Victoria and the collection of approximately 1.2 million
plant specimens is one of the largest and most important in Australia.

We seek an enthusiastic, innovative and versatile botanist, with
extensive management and research experience, to manage the  activities
in the Branch.

You will provide leadership and initiate and develop original research
projects. You will also conduct your own research and make a significant
contribution to the research program of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

In addition to a relevant postgraduate qualification, you will have
experience in project and financial management. Demonstrated experience
in the evaluation of research programs in a scientific environment will
be highly regarded. Well developed interpersonal and communication
skills are essential.

Please visit www.rbg.vic.gov.au for a position description. Please send
applications to the Co-ordinator, Human Resource Development, Royal
Botanic Gardens, Private Bag 2000, South Yarra VIC 3141 or
recruit at rbg.vic.gov.au by COB Monday 3 February 2003. For further
enquiries call (03) 9252 2481. All applications must address the key
selection criteria as stated in the position description.

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