The success of Animal Health Australia (AHA) depends largely on its ability to harness appropriate human resource skills and apply them to the achievement of agreed outcomes.
We’re a relatively small team committed to delivering outputs from a range of very different national projects, from the minutiae of national emergency management planning to the creative delivery of feedback and reporting mechanisms that suit all people working with all types of animals in Australia—farm livestock and aquatic animals to wildlife and exhibition animals, as well as companion and sporting animals.
Our collaborative, inclusive environment makes every day here a chance to learn through others—simply by working together.
To strengthen our busy team, we seek people who want a career with responsibility, complexity and scope.
If a fast-paced work environment inspires and motivates you, you’ll find ample opportunity to contribute and develop for years to come.
We encourage you to take a look at what we have to offer.
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AHA is seeking an experienced manager to join the Emergency Preparedness, Animal Health and Biosecurity team in the role of Emergency Preparedness Manager, on a full-time, permanent basis. You will be an integral part of a dynamic and fun team, working under the direction of the Head of Program (AUSVETPLAN).
The position will primarily contribute to the ongoing development and enhancement of Australia’s veterinary emergency plan (AUSVETPLAN) and the Emergency Animal Disease Response Agreement (EADRA). The position will also provide support to other animal health and biosecurity programs within the portfolio.
View the full position or to apply via Seek.com here.
For information regarding the role please contact Peter Dagg, Head of Program (AUSVETPLAN) at 0434 305 908 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Animal Health Australia (AHA) works with its members on programs and projects that aim to maintain and improve Australia’s favourable animal health status.
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