AgriFutures Australia is seeking to broaden the skillset of its Tea Tree Oil Program Advisory Panel by appointing two new members. Applicants with skills in communications and extension (strategy and implementation), formulation chemistry (in personal care, cosmetic, home care or over-the-counter products), manufacture, marketing, and promotion of Tea Tree Oil products are highly desirable. Individuals with agricultural experience in Tea Tree Oil production as well as other agricultural systems, are also encouraged to apply. Overall, AgriFutures Australia is seeking individuals with an interest in contributing to the profitability and sustainability of the Tea Tree Oil industry.
A position on the Tea Tree Oil Program Advisory Panel will drive research that spans both demand and supply of tea tree oil as well as extension activities. The successful applicants will work with other Advisory Panel members and industry stakeholders to provide direction for research, development and extension and assist in developing projects that deliver on key industry priorities.
This is an exciting opportunity for an individual seeking to take the next step in their career development. Advisory Panel Members will gain, or reinforce non-executive director level skills, and will be instrumental in shaping an iconic Australian industry. The Tea Tree Oil Program Advisory Panel determines critical research, development and extension (RD&E) priorities to drive the growth, improve the supply and communicate the results to stakeholders to encourage practice change for the benefit of the Australian tea tree oil industry.
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