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April

Node Manager

University of Southern Queensland - East Toowoomba, QLD

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work
Source: uWorkin

Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Remuneration range $115,235 pa to $132,324 pa
  • Full-time fixed term appointment to 30 June 2024 at Stanthorpe or Longreach

Join us and play a lead role in the establishment of Southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales (SQNNSW) Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub. We are seeking to appoint Node Managers in both Stanthorpe and Longreach.

The Southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales (SQNNSW) Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub, a flagship of the multi-billion-dollar Future Drought Fund, is one of eight national Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs. With an investment of $10 million from the Australian Government in the University of Southern Queensland led Hub over four years, and more than $10 million contribution from Partners, the Hub will be headquartered in Toowoomba with nodes in Stanthorpe, Roma, Longreach, Lismore, Armidale and Narrabri.

By working together we can ensure the future growth and success of our regions and communities, in the face of the ever present threat of drought. Connecting research expertise and on-the-ground knowledge throughout the region, the Hub will improve community resilience and be a driver of co-designed and demand-driven drought resilience research, development, extension, adoption and commercialisation (RDEA&C). The nodes will provide a local shopfront within the community for to apply proven drought-resilience research on the ground to improve innovation and adoption across agriculture, industry and the community.

Led by the Node Manager, the Hub’s knowledge brokering activities will be embedded and engaged within communities, ensuring the co-design and delivery of “locally owned” program outcomes. Building a community of practice through local engagement, the Node Manager will enhance drought preparedness and community resilience outcomes, supporting improved drought decision making for pasture and livestock management capabilities for the region.

With two roles available, one in Stanthorpe and another in Longreach, these roles will be a full-time fixed term appointments until 30 June 2024.

To apply, or to find out more about this opportunity and the Future Drought Fund Resilience Research and Adoption Program, visit www.usq.edu.au/future-drought-fund .


Reference No: 0086_04/21

Term: Full-time fixed term appointment to 30 June 2024 (36 hrs/wk)

Salary: Total remuneration range $115,235 pa to $132,324 pa (includes salary range of $97,371 pa to $111,810 pa, employer super contributions up to 17% and annual leave loading)

Closes: Sunday 23 May 2021

At USQ we are united by our core values of Respect, Integrity and Excellence, which guide our daily actions and decision making.

We invite you to submit your resume/CV along with a two page statement outlining your motivation and suitability for the role.

East Toowoomba, QLD

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work




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