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Mar 20, 2017

BIAZA Learning & Volunteering Committee Vacancies


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BIAZA’s Learning and Volunteering Committee (LVC) has 2 vacancies for additional members.  This is a great opportunity to be able to help develop and support zoo and aquarium education within the wider BIAZA community.  

This is an unpaid, voluntary role, and LVC tasks include the following:

-    Attendance at LVC meetings (held January, April and September).
-    Supporting the BIAZA office in answering relevant queries and contributing to new resources wherever possible.
-    Assisting with regular review of the BIAZA Education Policy.
-    Assisting in the organisation and running of the annual BIAZA Education and Presenters conference.
-    Contributing to LVC comms, e.g. articles for BIAZA News, presentations at regional meetings etc.

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Applicants should be currently employed in education at a BIAZA member collection, and should have full institutional support. If you would like to apply, please send a short biog describing your current position, relevant experience and how you feel you could contribute to the Committee, to [email protected], by Monday 17 April.

Please contact the BIAZA office if you have any queries.



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