There’s a job going in the Creative Industries Faculty for someone to help with the co-ordination and further development of our applied research strengths in the area of digital storytelling and other co-creative media.
If you know of anyone who might be good for this position, please forward this on to them, and please note it’s closing on the 25th Jan, which is very soon!
Brief info pasted below, for full details of the position, how to apply and how to make any further enquiries (not to me!), go to the QUT website.
A Project Officer is required by the Research Office of the Creative Industries Faculty to assist a Steering Committee in the coordination, development and maintenance of Digital Storytelling and co-creative initiatives at the nexus of research, teaching and engagement.
Closes: 25 January 2008
Salary: $45 907 to $51 777 pa (AUD)
Benefits available at QUT include 17% employer superannuation contributions, a generous study assistance scheme, salary packaging, extensive development and training programs and access to a range of state-of-the-art facilities.
INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS
Whilst the University welcomes applications from candidates outside the greater Brisbane area, candidates will be responsible for any travel and relocation expenses involved in interview/commencing appointment.
Purpose of Position
A newly formed Steering and Advisory group of senior and active researchers has been established to steer and manage the coordination, development and maintenance of Digital Storytelling and co-creative initiatives at the nexus of research, teaching and engagement. The Project Officer will assist the Creative Industries Faculty Research Office, under close supervision and direction from the Steering/Advisory Group, to develop applied commercial research opportunities by assisting in the building, coordination and facilitation of the Faculty’s capacity to lead innovation in Digital Storytelling and co-creative media. The Project Officer will assist in the development and maintenance of collaborative relationships within the Faculty, across the University, and with external clients such as the State Library Queensland; maintain and organise recordkeeping; arrange meetings; ensure communications are maintained amongst all parties; and assist in the organisation and delivery of training.