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Herbarium Curator - Scion, New Zealand

Lindsay Bulman Lindsay.Bulman at
Fri Oct 29 06:01:29 CEST 2010



Crown Research Institute Scion is committed to enhancing the environmental and economic transformation of New Zealand, working toward a more sustainable, bio-based future. With more than 60 years of heritage in forestry science, Scion today demonstrates national leadership, world-class innovation and excellence in research and development.

We are seeking a Herbarium Curator to manage the herbarium collections and databases, oversee curation of herbarium specimens to the best international standards, and conduct related research. This position is based in our Rotorua office.

Our ideal candidate will have a PhD or equivalent experience in plant taxonomy or closely related subject. A demonstrated knowledge of herbarium curation and management combined with a high level of computer skills is essential. Experience in taxonomy of forestry tree species or New Zealand native flora would be an advantage.

Scion is proud to offer talented and motivated individuals the unique opportunity to pursue a fulfilling professional career. With its head office based on the edge of Rotorua's world-famous Whakarewarewa Forest, Scion also offers an enviable working environment with excellent work/life balance initiatives. Rotorua is one of New Zealand's leading tourist destinations owing to its outstanding natural environment and proximity to coastal beaches and inland lakes, native forests, geothermal areas and volcanic ski-fields.

Closing date: 30 November 2010

Applications can be lodged through our website<> where you will find a position description and online application form (please do not email applications to this address, these should be submitted through our website).

For further information please contact Human Resources Ph: +64 (07) 343 5874

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