[Coral-List] Recruitment of experts for Science Advisory Panel
Ashworth, Jen (NE)
jen.ashworth at naturalengland.org.uk
Thu Jul 2 11:18:08 EDT 2009
'On 1st July, UK Government's Department for Environment, Food and Rural
Affairs started the process for advertising and recruiting 8 panel
members and a chair to comprise the Science Advisory Panel (SAP). This
will be an advisory non-departmental public body that will support the
four regional Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) projects in selecting MCZs,
a type of Marine Protected Area, under the Marine and Coastal Access
Bill in English and adjacent offshore waters.
The advert appeared in the Guardian on 1st July
(http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/job/883436/chair-and-members/) , the New
Scientist on 2nd July, and will appear in the Sunday Times on 5th July.
It will also appear on the Coastal Management for Sustainability (CMS)
website (http://www.coastms.co.uk/ ) and the Public Appointments website
from 1st July. Panel member:
If you are aware of possible candidates for these roles then I would be
grateful if you could draw their attention to the advertising schedule
as laid out above. For more information contact Ashley Smith on +44
(0)117 372 8335 or email, ashley.smith at defra.gsi.gov.uk.'
Please do not respond directly to me.
Dr Jen Ashworth
Senior Specialist Marine Evidence
Email: jen.ashworth at naturalengland.org.uk
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