AAL is seeking applications to fill a vacancy on its Board

Astronomy Australia Ltd (AAL) is currently seeking applications to fill a vacancy on the AAL Board.

AAL is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee whose Members are all Australian universities and research organisations with a significant astronomy research capability. Its core business is to manage programs which provide astronomers with access to national astronomy infrastructure.

AAL finances a range of research infrastructure projects from Australian Government funding and supports Australian engagement with various international observatories. The AAL Board, appointed by the Members, oversees the progress of these projects. At the conclusion of the AAL AGM on 25 November 2020, there will be one vacancy on the AAL Board. AAL now invites applications from qualified individuals to fill this vacancy.

Applications close on 9 October 2020 at 8:00 PM AEDT. Please see this link for more detail on the role and how to apply.

Applications should be directed to AAL Company Secretary, Catherine Andrews: [email protected]

Should you have any enquiries regarding this advertisement, please contact the following AAL representatives:

Applications close on 9 October 2020 at 8:00 PM AEDT. Please note that late applications will not be accepted. 

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