Job opportunity in ecology of NSW woodlands

Subject: Job opportunity in ecology of NSW woodlands
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 09:16:06 +1100
G'day all

I thought this might be of interest to some of our birding-aus folk.  Ian
would be great to work with.


Steve Clark
Hamilton, Victoria

Ecological Research Assistant
Part Time (0.6), Fixed Term (12 months)
Charles Sturt University, Albury-Wodonga

An energetic, self-motivated and reliable person is required to undertake
field work for a project, funded by the Australian Research Council, on
historical changes in tree densities and forest structures in White Cypress
Pine and Box Eucalypt forests. Field work involves identifying, measuring
and mapping trees, stumps and stags in forests across south-central NSW.
Duties will also include: liaison with land management agencies,
organisation of field trips, collection of field data and data entry. The
position will entail lengthy periods of field work and bush camping (1-2
weeks at a time) in remote localities. Flexible working hours will be
required to allow field work to be conducted.

Applicants should have a degree in biology, natural resources, or

Salary:           $22,063 - $24,888 per annum (0.6)

Position Number:  A630330

APPLICATION DETAILS: Applicants are required to obtain the University's
Application for Employment form, a Statement of Duties, and full Selection
Criteria from the staff recruitment website at <>
(Click on "General Staff Vacancies", then "Albury-Wodonga".) or the
Division of Human Resources: telephone (02) 6051 9890, facsimile (02) 6051
9916 or email  Equal opportunity in employment is
University policy.

Applications close 9am Monday 10 February 2003

For job related enquiries, please contact Dr Ian Lunt, Senior Lecturer in
Vegetation Management
Telephone: (02) 6051 9624, Email:  <


Dr Ian Lunt
Senior Lecturer in Vegetation Management
School of Environmental and Information Sciences
Charles Sturt University
PO Box 789 Albury NSW 2640
Phone: (02 ) 605 19624, Fax: (02) 605 19897

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