[ASA] Opportunities: Program Director, ATNF Science | SKA Program Leader

Bock, Douglas (S&A, Marsfield) Douglas.Bock at csiro.au
Tue Aug 24 18:10:58 AEST 2021

Dear Colleagues,

We have several senior leadership opportunities open in CSIRO. Please get in touch if you are interested or would like to suggest candidates.

Program Director, ATNF Science
As the Program Director for ATNF Science, you will lead a team engaged in astrophysics research, supporting science with up-to-date instrumentation on the ATNF telescopes, and advancing Australia’s preparations for the SKA. You will work with the ATNF user community and senior colleagues to set a vision and strategy that allows us to drive innovation and science excellence. You will have approximately 30% of your time available for your own original research.
Location: Sydney or Perth.  Applications close: 13 September.
Find out more at Program Director, ATNF Science<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/dQslCnx1jni7zn9R2S9QQ5j?domain=jobs.csiro.au>

CSIRO SKA Program Leader
The CSIRO SKA Program Leader is responsible for day-to-day oversight and coordination to ensure that CSIRO successfully delivers its portfolio of obligations towards the SKA Observatory (SKAO) and the Australian Government. SKAO will work in partnership with CSIRO to operate the SKA-Low telescope, and is involved in SKA construction. CSIRO also operates the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory (MRO) which hosts multiple national and international radio astronomy telescopes and is where the SKA-Low Telescope will be located.
Location: Sydney or Perth.  Applications close: 21 September.
Find out more at  SKA Program Leader<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/2-6hCoV1kpfrMk2yRuzRCKc?domain=jobs.csiro.au>

CSIRO’s Space and Astronomy business unit manages the Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF), including the Parkes radio telescope, the Australia Telescope Compact Array and the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP). CSIRO also contributes to the development of the international Square Kilometre Array, manages the deep space communications stations in Australia for NASA and the European Space Agency, and leads CSIRO’s earth observation activities.

Previously I mentioned the SKA-Low Deputy Telescope Director<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/V9VwCp81lrtnG54RWHYmhe4?domain=jobs.csiro.au> (Perth or Geraldton). This position now closes on 13 September.


Douglas Bock
Space and Astronomy   |  CSIRO

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