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May 8, 2012

Position on Records Group!

BIAZA Records Group are looking for an Aquarium ‘Champion’

We’re looking for someone with enthusiasm, records experience.  Preferably good CEFAS contacts, contacts with NAW and BIAZA AqWG.  ISIS/ARKS/ZIMS knowledge/experience would also be advantageous.

You must work for a BIAZA collection and have the support of your collection to attend two meetings a year and to contribute to guidance and advice during the year.

The records group is a team with a wide range of skills and by pulling together we can advise and work to improve the records in BIAZA Collections for conservation and health purposes.

Please let Clare Jenkinson ([email protected]) know if you’re interested, including information on your knowledge and experience.

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