Jane Dyer has broad range of research and collection management expertise, worked with councils, museums, schools, historical societies, galleries and private collectors, and plays an active role participating and contributing to professional library (Australia Library and Information Association), archive (Australian Society of Archivists), museum (Museum Australia) and education (School Library Association Victoria) platforms. She has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence for Professional Contributions to Australian Society of Archivists and a Certificate of Excellence for Teaching from Monash University. In her current role at PLC Melbourne, Jane provides research, curriculum expertise and academic support for current staff, students and the College's wider communities including authors, academic, historians, musicologists and major institutions. She coordinated the relocation of the College Archive, planning and installation of the PLC Melbourne Heritage Centre for the College's 130th Anniversary. The Centre was opened by Professor Graeme Davison AO, Emeritus Professor of History at Monash University, in November 2005.