|Subject:||Broome Bird Observatory is seeking a new warden.|
|From:||"Broome Bird Observatory" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Sep 2005 12:42:26 +0800|
Sadly our current warden Ricki will be leaving us at the end of September, so the position to work in this amazing area is open once again.
Birds Australia are seeking a hard-working, enthusiastic person or couple to manage the Broome Bird Observatory (BBO) under the direction of the BBO Management committee. The Observatory is situated in a bush environment on Roebuck Bay, Broome. It is a not for profit research and education centre which runs tours and courses. It has limited accommodation and camping facilities. Duties include marketing and promotion, management of small staff, shop and tour operations and financial management. Accommodation is provided on site. Contact m("birdsaustralia.com.au","bbo");"> or (08) 9193 5600 for a position description and application kit. Applications close October 28th at 5pm
Hundreds of thousands of migratory waders utilise the bay throughout the year and bush birds are abundant. The other nature and wildlife of the area will also blow you away.
Good luck to the applicants!
Broome Bird Observatory
PO Box 1313
Broome WA 6725
P: 061 8 9193 5600
F: 061 8 9192 3364
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