The ANU Grand Challenge for Zero Carbon Energy in the Asia-Pacific initiative is seeking a Program Manager to manage its operations, supporting the transition to zero-carbon energy in the Asia-Pacific region.
The goal of GC-ZCEAP is to support a timely, just and sustainable transition to zero-carbon energy in the Asia-Pacific through research and engagement with industry, governments and the public. GC-ZCEAP is an interdisciplinary research program aimed at impact, covering many aspects of the zero-carbon energy transition in the wider region and Australia’s role in it including as a provider of clean energy.
The Program Manager will lead the operations of the Grand Challenge for GC-ZCEAP and work closely with other Institute staff on energy, climate and disaster-related issues across ANU. The role is responsible for strategic advice and overall management of operations, including contract and project management, administration of financial aspects, local infrastructure and communications, governance, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, and human resources activities of the ZCEAP program.
To excel in this role, you will have a combination of postgraduate qualifications and management experience in a complex administrative environment as well as experience working across research projects with multiple stakeholders. You will be a strong communicator and collaborator with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills.
Applications close Friday 17 July.
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