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Permaculture position at University of New South Wales
We have created the following position at the University of New South Wales,
Sydney, Australia. It represents an all too rare opportunity to integrate
permaculture principles into the "mainstream" of higher education.
The position has been advertised in the Sydney press, also through Sydney
permaculture and environment networks. To date the response has not been
overwhelming, perhaps because of the requirement for a PDC. We are prepared
to be flexible on this - the main point is that applicants should
demonstrate a familiarity with PC principles.
If anyone out there is interested, please contact me directly, not at this
address but at: email@example.com
Ecoliving Project Coordinator
FACILITIES DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES
FIXED TERM - Total Remuneration: Level 6: A$46,928 -
A$51,845 per year.
(Salary Level 6: A$39,655 - A$43,810 per year plus up to 17%
employer superannuation plus leave loading.)
The successful applicant will be responsible for coordinating
the Ecoliving Project, which aims to develop and document
best practice participatory design processes and facilitate
environmental research and education opportunities through
the medium of a permaculture house and garden
demonstration facility. The Coordinator will be required to
establish and coordinate a framework for stakeholder
involvement in the sustainable development of the
demonstration facility, facilitate participatory design processes
and promote the formulation of education and training
resources and programs linked with the facility.
Essential criteria: adult education/training and community
development experience; permaculture design
certificate/diploma; volunteer management and conflict
resolution skills/experience; excellent written and verbal
communication; familiarity with MS Office software and office
administration skills as well as a knowledge of EEO/AA
Desirable criteria: tertiary qualification in adult
education/training; project management, market research and
fundraising skills/experience; desktop publishing skills;
familiarity with the tertiary education environment.
The position is fixed term to June 2000.
Enquiries may be directed to Paul Osmond, Environment
Program Manager, Facilities Department on telephone (02)
9385 1735 or facsimile (02) 9385 1741.
Applications close 28 May 1999.
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