CRI recruiting new Associate Fellows to work on Australian and International Projects
5 Apr 2011 - 2:55am
The Communication Research Institute (CRI)—a not-for-profit membership organisation—helps its Members improve their communication with the public through research, design, training, publications and advice. In a nutshell, our work is about finding the best ways of communicating with the public and then sharing this know-how with our Members.
In an important sense, CRI Fellows ARE the Institute. They are the generators and custodians of our know-how.
Life Fellows are distinguished practitioners and researchers in our field who have contributed and continue to enhance our know-how for the public good.
Associate Fellows are usually appointed for two years in the first instance to contribute to our ongoing work. We are particularly interested in this round of recruitment to select people with experience in both design and user testing.
Fellows are selected by our Board of Governors and the Council of Life Fellows.