CSIRO Education is seeking a highly organised and creative person with excellent communication skills to fill the role of The Helix Editor. The position needs to be filled as soon as possible (no later than 1 February) until December 2010.
The Helix magazine is part of CSIRO’s Double Helix Science Club and is aimed at communicating science to readers of ages 10 and above. The Editor is responsible for editing and producing the bi-monthly magazine and its teachers guide. The position will involve coordinating the production of the magazine including sourcing stories, images and other content as well as coordinating freelance writers, illustrators, designers and others who contribute to the production of the magazine.
The position requires a person who has: * excellent skills in organisation, managing priorities, and working to deadlines * very strong interpersonal and communication skills, particularly written communication (preferably with experience in communicating with children) * creativity and initiative * a willingness to actively support CSIRO’s code of conduct and health, safety and environment policies.
The position would be at a CSOF4 level (salary in the range $70 784-$80 081) and would be based in Canberra.
Those who are interested in the position should send a CV accompanied by a brief expression of interest outlining your claims to the position to email@example.com. Expressions of interest close 21 December 2009. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Liz Yuncken Memberships and Publications Manager CSIRO Education
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