Call for Nominations: AAT Time Allocation Committee (ATAC) and AAT Users’ Committee (AATUC) – Applications Closed

Applications close on Wednesday 29th August 5 PM AWST.

On behalf of the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) Council, Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL) seeks applications for the AAT Time Allocation Committee and AAT Users’ Committee (AATUC).  These two committees are continuations of the Australian Time Allocation Committee and AAO Users’ Committee respectively, previously managed by the Australian Astronomical Observatory. Their operation is expected to largely remain similar to those of their predecessors.
 
ATAC will meet twice a year in person, with the next meeting scheduled for early November. AATUC will meet twice a year via videoconferencing, with the next meeting scheduled for mid-October.
 
If you consider yourself well placed to contribute to one of these committees via your expertise, ideas, and experience, please email [email protected] with a maximum three page application with:

  •  a covering letter describing your expertise relevant to the committee terms of reference
  • a brief CV
  • any relevant conflicts of interest.

AAL is committed to equity and diversity and encourages applications from all interested candidates with relevant expertise and skills.

​Please do not hesitate to contact AAL if you have any questions regarding these committees:

Mita Brierley, Senior Program Manager
Mark McAuley, CEO

Applications close on Wednesday 29th August 5 PM AWST. Late applications will not be accepted.

More details may be downloaded below:

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