1 March 2018
We have an exciting opportunity available for a Regional Research Coordinator to facilitate and coordinate our research in tropical north Qld. Located in the Gulf of Carpentaria/Cape York region, this key position includes research coordination, communication with stakeholders, organisation of workshops and meetings, and promotion of Hub outputs to partners and research users.
A key influencer, you will enjoy developing close working relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including research leaders, traditional owners, industry, government and the community to support innovative and commercially astute research partnerships.
You will also have
We would also like to welcome our new Communications Officer, Patch Clapp, to our Knowledge Adoption and Communications team in Darwin. Patch comes to the Hub from James Cook University where he was working as a Media and Communications Intern with JCU’s Coastal Research Group while finishing his Science/Journalism degree. Originally from Melbourne, Patch has expertise in videography and photography which, together with his journalism background, will bring added communications capacity to the Northern Hub. You can contact Patch on [email protected]
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