[ASA] Job opportunity: Program Manager at Astronomy Australia Ltd

Yeshe Fenner yeshe.fenner at astronomyaustralia.org.au
Tue Jun 28 15:12:57 AEST 2016

Dear colleagues,


Astronomy Australia Ltd (AAL) is currently advertising for a Program Manager
to be responsible for a number of research infrastructure projects, with a
particular focus on identifying and supporting increased collaboration with
industry partners.


Key responsibilities include:

*	Industry collaboration: Astronomy research infrastructure projects
offer many possibilities for collaboration between universities/research
organisations and industry to commercialise IP and engage industry vendors.
The Program Manager will significantly increase AAL's capacity to facilitate
industry collaborations.
*	Project oversight: The Program Manager will oversee a number of
research infrastructure projects, including contract negotiation and
management. The role involves regular reporting on project progress to AAL's
advisory committees and Board.
*	Stakeholder communications: The role involves extensive engagement
with astronomers, industry, and the Australian Government.


AAL is committed to equity and diversity and endeavours to create an
environment in which every individual is treated with dignity and respect.
We offer a relaxed, flexible, family-friendly environment, close to public
transport, approximately 6km east of Melbourne's CBD.


Further details about the position and how to apply are available at:

Applications close 5PM AEST 18th July 2016.


Please circulate this advertisement among your colleagues and any
individuals you think would be interested in this opportunity. 

Kind regards,

Dr Yeshe Fenner, PhD, PMP
Executive Officer
Astronomy Australia Ltd
T: 03 9214 5520
E: yeshe.fenner at astronomyaustralia.org.au
<mailto:yeshe.fenner at astronomyaustralia.org.au> 
W: astronomyaustralia.org.au <http://astronomyaustralia.org.au/> 
P: P.O. Box 2100  Hawthorn  VIC 3122


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