The Western Australian Museum requires security monitoring and maintenance services for the following metropolitan and regional sites: WA Museum Perth WA Maritime Museum WA Museum - Shipwreck Galleries WA Museum - Collection and Research Facility WA Museum - Administration Building, Kew Street, Welshpool WA Museum - Albany WA Museum - Geraldton WA Museum - Kalgoorlie-Boulder The successful Respondent will possess a thorough understanding of Titan software, and be able to support the Museum with programming; be fully conversant with Challenger Security Systems; and have an excellent knowledge of Radio security systems, particularly Inovonic s EchoStream and Frequency Agile products.
What does WAM stand for?
WAM stands for Western Australian Museum
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Records of the Western Australian Museum 8 (3): 449-490.
MATERIAL AND METHODS The seven specimens examined for this study are deposited in the collections of the Western Australian Museum (WAM) and University of New South Wales (UNSW).
Showcase for life down under The Western Australian Museum is a showcase for the state's rich natural resources, including its animal life, its geology and the legacy of meteorite strikes.
Mollie was a strong supporter of the Western Australian Museum, most notably on the Maritime Archaeology Advisory Committee in 1965-71, for a time as its Chairman.
Two of the three remaining chapters are histories of the Auckland Museum by Brian Gill and of the Western Australian Museum in Perth by Ron Johnstone.
Bishop Museum, Honolulu (Hawai'i); WAM, Western Australian Museum (Perth).
For some elusive reason, only in Western Australia did it never really take on, although there were 'kings' of Bunbury and Alban and two plates are held by the Western Australian Museum.