The Reef Restoration and Adaptation Program (RRAP) brings together Australia’s leading experts to develop viable options for intervening at scale on the Great Barrier Reef, and other Australian reefs.
RRAP Board The Board will meet a minimum of four times per year with higher frequency of shorter meetings in the first six months likely. Member remuneration will be $25,000 per year plus reasonable expenses to attend meetings on an initial fouryear term. The Board will comprise: - Independent Chair, Prof Rob Vertessy - One member from each core RRAP partner - One independent Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander member - Two additional independent members - Observers from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and Australian Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.
Selection Criteria – Board Member • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person • Familiar with Traditional Owner governance structures and aspirations • Experience working with Elders and senior personnel within major organisations • Ability to formulate and deliver policy
Member remuneration will be $25,000 per year plus reasonable expenses to attend meetings on an initial four year term.
Applications Close: 16 October 2020 Please send your CV and covering letter addressing the relevant Selection Criteria to Dr Cedric Robillot, Executive Director RRAP at [email protected] Please indicate if you are applying for the Board or Steering Committee position, or both. For further information please contact Sharon Baker on (07) 3171 0405 or [email protected] or visit the RRAP website at www.gbrrestoration.org