ATSE seeks new CEO

Monday, 22 January, 2007

The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) is advertising nationally for a chief executive officer to implement ATSE's strategy, which includes national and international interactions dealing with technological issues of importance to the broad Australian community.

The position will be advertised on 20 January.

ATSE president Dr Robin Batterham said that the ATSE sought an experienced CEO with a track record in the leadership, successful management and strategic development of a professional organisation or industry representative group.

John Grace, a Fellow of the Academy and its former Victorian Division chair, will act in the role until a permanent appointment is made, at which time he will resume his role as honorary treasurer.

For further information, contact John Grace

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