Royal Botanic Gardens Board vacancies
The Royal Botanic Gardens Board Victoria (the Board) is a statutory authority established by the Royal Botanic Gardens Act 1991.
The Board was established to conserve, protect and improve the botanic gardens; conserve and enhance the State botanical collection and National Herbarium; provide for the use of the State botanical collection, plants, or plant specimens at the botanic gardens; increase public knowledge and awareness of plants and plant communities; and provide for the use of the botanic gardens for education, public enjoyment and tourism. The Board has seven members, appointed by the Governor-in-Council and is accountable to the Minister for Environment and Climate Change for the fulfillment of its functions.
This recruitment process will address up to three member vacancies, including the Chair position. Current members are eligible for reappointment and eligible to apply for the Chair position, but must apply through the public expression of interest process.
For more information about the recruitment process, please visit the Department of Environment and Primary Industries.