RBINS is looking for new Directors
17 January 2012 | News story
The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) is currently going through a major restructuring with an organization based on four Directions replacing the current departments, sections and services.
The RBINS is a research centre and a museum in the field of natural history: biodiversity and evolution, environment research and monitoring, earth sciences. Its collection of 37 million items is one of the 10 most important in the world.
The RBINS reorganizes completely its governance and is looking for new Directors for Taxonomy and Phylogeny; Natural Environments; Earth and the History of Life; Publics.
Together with the Director of Support Services and the General Director, these Directors will set up the Direction Committee of the RBINS. For these key positions, the RBINS is looking for experienced, motivated and visionary professionals, bringing at least ten years of experience in relevant fields, of which four years in managing big teams and/or projects.
Working place : Brussels, Belgium ‐ Working languages : French and Dutch ‐ Status : 6 years mandate.
The closing date for applications is 8 February 2012.