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Vacant Postion - AF8 Programme Coordinator

Emergency Management Southland is currently looking for a Programme Coordinator to lead the next stage of Project AF8. This exciting project is designed to inform about the Alpine Fault and the likely impacts of a rupture. This position will ensure that critical information is passed to the public and key stakeholders, so that they can prepare for when this event occurs.

***Please note: the closing date for this position has been extended to 22nd June 2018***

If this role sounds like an ideal fit for you, please review the position description and send an expression of interest to one of the contact emails listed in the role outline

Alpine Fault videos
Project AF8 has released four short videos (around 2 minutes each) to explain why we are taking the

Alpine Fault so seriously and help people understand how they can be prepared for the disruption to normal life that a severe earthquake will cause.

There is also a longer series of videos, featuring some of the leading scientists who have been involved in Project AF8, talking about the science behind Project AF8.

See projectaf8.co.nz or our YouTube channel for more info.

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Vacant Postion - AF8 Programme Coordinator

Emergency Management Southland is currently looking for a Programme Coordinator to lead the next stage of Project AF8. This exciting project is designed to inform about the Alpine Fault and the likely impacts of a rupture. This position will ensure that critical information is passed to the public and key stakeholders, so that they can prepare for when this event occurs.

***Please note: the closing date for this position has been extended to 22nd June 2018***

If this role sounds like an ideal fit for you, please review the position description and send an expression of interest to one of the contact emails listed in the role outline

Alpine Fault videos
Project AF8 has released four short videos (around 2 minutes each) to explain why we are taking the

Alpine Fault so seriously and help people understand how they can be prepared for the disruption to normal life that a severe earthquake will cause.

There is also a longer series of videos, featuring some of the leading scientists who have been involved in Project AF8, talking about the science behind Project AF8.

See projectaf8.co.nz or our YouTube channel for more info.

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