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24 Aug 2016: Creative Producer, Children's Programs
Organisation: Australian Museum
Location: Sydney CBD
Type: Full time
Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6 ($79,384 - $87,591) with a total remuneration package up to $97,095 per annum
Closing Date: 01 Sep 2016

Summary

Salary Classification: Clerk Grade 5/6 ($79,384 - $87,591) with a total remuneration package up to $97,095 per annum
Employment Status: Temporary Full Time Employment for a period up to 2 years
Location: Sydney CBD

About the Australian Museum

The Australian Museum (AM) operates within the NSW Department of Justice and was founded in 1827 and is the first museum in Australia. The AM provides access, engagement and scientific research to increase our understanding of natural history and culture, particularly of the Australasian region. The AM holds more than 18 million objects of biological, geological and cultural collections and develops programs, exhibitions and school and community education initiatives onsite, online and offsite. The AM's purpose is to make nature, Indigenous cultures & science accessible and relevant to everyone.

About the role

The Creative Producer, Children's Programs is responsible for developing and coordinating the range of programs on offer for children (0-12 years) and their families. This includes overseeing the upkeep and development of new activities and materials in Kidspace.

Essential Requirements

As the successful candidate, you will demonstrate:

  • Experience within a public program team and experience in developing innovative programs for museum audiences.
  • Experience in event management including research and project management skills.
  • Tertiary qualifications or comprehensive experience in a similar role
  • The successful applicant will need to hold a current Working with Children Check and First Aid qualification.

How to apply: See the full advertisement on Jobs NSW (http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/viewjob/40766) for more information including instructions on your submission before applying online.

The Australian Museum welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disability. Please indicate if you have any accessibility requirements in your application or speak with the contact person should you be called for an interview. We provide reasonable adjustment for people with a disability during the recruitment process and on employment.

Contact: Matt Ravier on 02 9320 6318 or via email.



24 Aug 2016: Creative Producer, Adult Audiences
Organisation: Australian Museum
Location: Sydney CBD
Type: Full time
Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6 ($79,384 - $87,591) with a total remuneration package up to $97,095 per annum
Closing Date: 01 Sep 2016

Salary Classification: Clerk Grade 5/6 ($79,384 - $87,591) with a total remuneration package up to $97,095 per annum
Employment Status: Temporary Full Time Employment for a period up to 2 years
Location: Sydney CBD

About the Australian Museum

The Australian Museum (AM) operates within the NSW Department of Justice and was founded in 1827 and is the first museum in Australia. The AM provides access, engagement and scientific research to increase our understanding of natural history and culture, particularly of the Australasian region. The AM holds more than 18 million objects of biological, geological and cultural collections and develops programs, exhibitions and school and community education initiatives onsite, online and offsite. The AM's purpose is to make nature, Indigenous cultures & science accessible and relevant to everyone.

About the role

The Creative Producer, Adult Audiences is responsible for developing and coordinating a range of programs on offer for adult audiences. This includes overseeing the programs that develop new audiences through producing and coordinating expert talks, workshops, music, live performances, after-hours events, and offsite outreach projects that bring the Australian Museums exhibitions to life.

Essential Requirements

As the successful candidate, you will demonstrate:

  • Experience planning and delivering a diverse range of programs and events, preferably in a Museum context
  • Expertise and experience in program and audience development
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in Event Management, History, Culture, Art, or Science

How to apply: See the full advertisement on Jobs NSW (http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/viewjob/40767) for more information including instructions on your submission before applying online.

The Australian Museum welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disability. Please indicate if you have any accessibility requirements in your application or speak with the contact person should you be called for an interview. We provide reasonable adjustment for people with a disability during the recruitment process and on employment.

Contact: Matt Ravier on 02 9320 6318 or via email.



24 Aug 2016: Ian Potter Australian Wildlife BioBank Research Fellow (Readvertised, Previous applicants need not apply)
Organisation: Museum Victoria
Location: Melbourne
Type: Full time; fixed term three years
Salary: $74,962 (base of grade) + 9.5% superannuation
Closing Date: 14 Sep 2016

(readvertised, previous applicants need not apply)

Based at Melbourne Museum, Museum Victoria's award winning venue In June 2016, Museum Victoria officially opened the Ian Potter Australian Wildlife BioBank, a large-capacity cryofacility designed to safeguard specimens and support research on Australia's threatened wildlife species. Through generous support from the Ian Potter Foundation, Museum Victoria is seeking an outstanding early career researcher in wildlife conservation to carry out original research and make significant conservation contributions with a focus on the critical new areas of research enabled by the Ian Potter Australian Wildlife Biobank facility. The three-year Ian Potter Australian Wildlife Conservation Fellowship will be based in Museum Victoria's Sciences Department at Melbourne Museum and is open to Early Career Researchers (ECRs) in the fields of ecology, conservation biology, reproductive biology and conservation genetics. The appointees will benefit from interactions across multiple disciplines within Melbourne Museum, as well as geographically adjacent groups at Melbourne University. There will be opportunities to contribute to a range of Museum Victoria's core activities such as biodiversity surveys and public education programs.

The Fellowship will fund three years' salary plus additional research funds to an ECR who has completed his/her PhD within the past five years.

ABOUT MUSEUM VICTORIA: Museum Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/  

PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITY
The primary purpose of the position is to support an Early Career Researcher (within five years of PhD completion) to initiate and undertake wildlife conservation research investigating Victorian and/or Australian wildlife, whilst utilising and contributing to the Ian Potter Australian Wildlife Biobank cryofacility. This position is accountable for producing high quality biological research, the findings of which are published in peer-reviewed international journals and disseminated through academic and public lectures, science communication initiatives, the Museum's public programs and potentially incorporated into its exhibitions.

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA 

  • Ability to initiate, develop and deliver high quality research in the field of Australian wildlife conservation that will contribute to and extend research avenues in the Ian Potter Australian Wildlife BioBank facility, with special consideration given to research on threatened species and their recovery. 
  • A track record in producing high quality research and outputs including academic publications. 
  • A track record in establishing and building research networks and collaborations. 
  • Ability to initiate, plan, organise, implement and deliver programs of work to tight deadlines, including field-based research projects. 
  • Competency in IT and familiarity with a computerised environment. 
  • Effective communication skills, both oral and written. 
  • The successful applicant is required to undergo a National Police Records Check and be assessed as suitable (new employees are required to meet this cost).

QUALIFICATIONS
The applicant must have completed their PhD degree within the past five years of the application closing date in a relevant biological field (e.g. conservation genetics, wildlife conservation, ecology, reproductive biology).

HOW TO APPLY?
To view the position description, search 'employment' at www.museumvictoria.com.au and for more information about this position, please contact Dr Joanna Sumner on 8341-7417

To apply, please send your Covering Letter, Resume and a statement addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria by visiting http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/work-opportunities/employment/  

Applications Close: Wednesday 14 September 2016.

Contact: Dr Joanna Sumner on 03 8341-7417 or via email.



24 Aug 2016: Curator
Organisation: Bayside City Council
Location: The Gallery at Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre
Type: Permanent full time
Salary: $80,525.00
Closing Date: 05 Sep 2016

This role is responsible for developing and curating high quality, innovative and outstanding exhibitions at The Gallery@BACC and managing the Council's arts and heritage collection. This role is responsible for leading a small team of permanent and casual staff, and is pivotal to providing our community and visitors an exceptional experience at The Gallery@BACC.

LINK TO FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION https://hcm612.peoplestreme.net/baysidecitycouncil04j2015/erec_candidate_job.asp?id=742&src=int

Contact: Paulina Xerri on 0395994427 or via email.



22 Aug 2016: Senior Project Officer Audience Advocate
Organisation: Western Australian Museum
Location: Perth
Type: Full-time, fixed term
Salary: $85,047 - $93,994 pa
Closing Date: 02 Sep 2016

Western Australian Museum
Department of Culture and the Arts
Senior Project Officer Audience Advocate
Pool Ref 13217
Level 5, $85,047 - $93,994 pa, PSGOGA 2014

Be a part of the team developing the New Museum for Western Australia. Developed with a People First approach, the museum aims to be at the heart of our State and to reflect the spirit of its people. Visit our website at www.museum.wa.gov.au/newmuseum for further information.

We are seeking a committed team player who is passionate about understanding audiences and promoting this through the New Museum team. You will have good knowledge of different learning styles as well as experience in visitor research.

Conditions:
This is a full time, fixed term vacancy, for a period of 12 months, with a possibility of extension. There will also be a Pool running for a period of 18 months from the initial appointment. Applicants deemed suitable will be placed into a pool from which full-time or part-time, fixed term appointments may be made.
Employees may be required to work on weekends and evenings.

A Current ‘C’ class Drivers Licence or equivalent will be required to undertake this position.

Job Description:
The Senior Project Officer - Audience Advocate is responsible for ensuring that the interests, needs and expectations of audiences are sought and reflected in the development of content and designs for New Museum exhibitions and other content related spaces. The role also coordinates the development of innovative lifelong learning programs. A full job description can be found at the JobsWA website – see How to Apply below.

Location:
This position is located in central Perth near the underground rail link and within easy walking distance of the bustling café, tourist and shopping districts.

For Further Job Related Information:
Please contact Bill Seager on (08) 6552 7766 (not to be contacted for an Applicant Information Package).

How to Apply:
Please click on the “APPLY FOR THIS JOB” button and you will be automatically redirected to the JobsWA advertisement. If you are not directed to the JobsWA advertisement, please visit http://search.jobs.wa.gov.au/ and key in the Position Number (13217) into the “Web Search No. Position Number or Keywords” box.

Closing Date:
Friday, 2 September 2016 at 4.00pm (AWST)
 

Contact: Bill Seager on (08) 6552 7766 or via email.



22 Aug 2016: CEO / Director Museum of Brisbane
Organisation: Museum of Brisbane
Location: Brisbane
Type: Contract
Salary: $150,000.00
Closing Date: 16 Sep 2016

This is an exciting opportunity to lead one of Brisbane's premier cultural institutions!

Museum of Brisbane located on top of the refurbished City Hall in the heart of the CBD is a unique cultural institution and visitor destination. The Museum harnesses the power of local stories through high quality exhibitions and public programs, and works closely with the city's artists and creative practitioners to interpret the history and contemporary life of the City. The Museum has a significant role to play in building the social fabric of the City into the future and contributing to its economic life through building a vibrant visitor destination and brand.

The Board of the Museum chaired by Sallyanne Atkinson AO is seeking an experienced cultural leader with demonstrated experience of contemporary museum and gallery practice, demonstrated leadership and management capabilities and experience in growing audiences and building a resilient business model for a contemporary cultural institution.

Closing date: 16th September
Interview week: Week beginning 26th September

More information including the job description and information pack is available from www.positive-solutions.com.au or Email: info@positive-solutions.com.au

Contact: Cathy Hunt on 07 3891 3872 or via email.



18 Aug 2016: Manager, Exhibitions Projects and Interpretation
Organisation: National Museum of Australia
Location: Acton, Canberra ACT
Type: Full time - Non-ongoing for 6 months with a possib
Salary: $113,087 - $125,630 plus superannuation
Closing Date: 28 Aug 2016

This position leads the development and delivery of permanent gallery, temporary and touring exhibition projects. This includes internally developed exhibitions, managing exhibitions from other venues and the Museum's program to tour exhibitions nationally. As the Manager, Exhibition Projects and Interpretation you will: 

  • Be responsible for managing the delivery of the Museum's exhibitions and gallery development program, undertaking overall project management duties, including the development of budgets, procurement strategies, travelling exhibition strategies and schedules, and the management of contracts and logistical support for the Museum's in-house and travelling exhibitions. 
  • Be accountable to the Project Steering Committee for delivering of outputs and overall project schedules and budgets. 
  • Co-ordinate the overall exhibition project management of the Museum's temporary exhibitions, travelling exhibitions and major permanent exhibition and gallery changeovers. 
  • Prepare and develop forward plans, budgets, project schedules, contracts, agreements and strategy documents for the Museum's exhibition program. 
  • Develop policy and procurement documents. 
  • Develop, negotiate and manage large and multiple contracts. 
  • Manage client, provider and stakeholder expectations through formal specification and agreement of objectives, outcomes, scope, outputs, resources required, budget, schedule, project structure, roles and responsibilities. 
  • Provide oversight assistance to Section staff on project management aspects and lead a small team of exhibition co-coordinators and administrators. 
  • Ensure that he/she has sufficient supervision, instruction and equipment to undertake his/her work safely and that employees are provided with sufficient supervision, instruction and equipment to enable them to perform their duties safely.

For further information or to apply please visit http://www.nma.gov.au/about_us/employment

Contact: David Arnold, Deputy Director, Programs and Engagement on 02 6208 5102 or via email.



16 Aug 2016: EL1 Building Manager
Organisation: National Portrait Gallery of Australia
Location: Canberra
Type: Full Time
Salary: 95,481 - 112,455
Closing Date: 04 Sep 2016

The Gallery is seeking a skilled and highly motivated staff member to provide leadership, operational supervision and monitoring of systems, practices and contractor personnel to ensure a fully operational and environmentally sustainable building for the display and storage of works of art and the safety and amenity of the visiting public and staff.

The position has primary responsibility for managing maintenance and accommodation at the National Portrait Gallery, including the management of the Gallery's capital works program, planned and reactive plant maintenance, cleaning, pest management, and environmental management.

The role includes the management of contracts for the provision of building services and responsibility for ensuring Commonwealth reporting obligations and accountability are met. The occupant should have superior project management skills, experience in the day to day management of facilities, compliance with WHS guidelines, polices, and legislation, property related procurement, contract management, and environmental management.

Specific tasks:

  • Plan for and manage the Gallery's building and related systems and services including:
  • Building Management System and related data;
  • Routine and ad hoc maintenance requirements of plant and equipment;
  • Personnel responsible for building maintenance activities; and 
  • Cleaning, waste removal and pest control contracts.
  • Develop and implement strategies for the cost effective energy and facilities use, building management/maintenance practices and environmental sustainability practices and manage the Gallery's asset life cycle planning and maintenance program.
  • Manage outsourced services provided by contractors, consultants, including design professionals on behalf of the Gallery to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of services.
  • Research, document, implement and monitor best practice facility and building standard operating procedures, with a focus on continuous improvement including seeking opportunities for more effective provision of services.
  • Ensure compliance with WHS guidelines, polices, and legislation relating to contractors; work permits, job safety analyses; standard working procedures, contractor reporting, etc.
  • Develop budgets and monitor expenditure and financial commitments and prepare regular financial and related facilities maintenance reports for the Gallery's leadership team.
  • Manage tender processes in relation to facilities and accommodation services.
  • Supervision of staff including the Building Coordinator and other contracted staff.

Selection criteria:

  1. Proven experience in and knowledge of facilities management (preferably acquired in a public sector facilities management or related role) including life cycle planning, and the provision and maintenance of services to industry standards.
  2. Demonstrated commitment to achieve results, as well as drive, initiative, flexibility and capacity to work under pressure particularly in relation to managing contracts, tenders and building projects.
  3. Demonstrated capacity to use innovative ideas and lateral approaches in delivering required outcomes on time and within budget, particularly relating to new and emerging technologies relating to the operation of a large complex public building.
  4. Well-developed oral and written communication skills with a high level of proven negotiation, interpersonal and representational skills.
  5. Demonstrated knowledge and capacity to apply the APS Values; participative management practices; workplace diversity principles; and work, health and safety within a work and team environment.
  6. Demonstrated high order leadership, management, administration and organisational skills, and a proven ability to work under minimal supervision as part of a team.

Industry specific desirable:

  • Tertiary Qualifications and 10 years relevant experience in Facilities Management within the cultural sector preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience in the operation of MEX CMMS.
  • Working at Heights training and certification.
  • Current Elevating Work Platform Association Yellow card
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Baseline Security Clearance
Contact: Trent Birkett on 02 6102 7190 or via email.



12 Aug 2016: Head of Development & Fundraising
Organisation: Sydney Living Museums
Location: Sydney CBD
Type: Ongoing full-time
Salary: Clerk Grade 11/12 - $152,481. Package includes salary ($118,943 - $137,557), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Closing Date: 28 Aug 2016

Organisation: Sydney Living Museums, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Office of Environment and Heritage

Location: Development & Fundraising Team, Sydney CBD

Job Grade/Classification: Clerk Grade 11/12 - $152,481.

Package includes salary ($118,943 - $137,557), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

About the agency: Sydney Living Museums cares for 11 of the NSW most important historic houses, museums and their collections: Elizabeth Bay House, Elizabeth Farm, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, Justice & Police Museum, Meroogal, The Mint, Museum of Sydney, Rose Seidler House, Rouse Hill House & Farm, Susannah Place Museum and Vaucluse House. All are listed in the NSW State Heritage Register. The Museum of Sydney and the Hyde Park Barracks on the National Heritage list and the Hyde Park Barracks is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

About the role: This role provides strategic direction and leadership in the development of Sydney Living Museums' fundraising strategy connecting with a broad array of donors through both traditional and contemporary development methods required to develop sustained stewardship and support.

Employment Status: Ongoing full-time

Contact: Lisa Walters on 02 8239 2360

Closing date: 11.59pm Sunday 28 August 2016

Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Essential requirements the role holder needs:

  • Tertiary qualification and/or significant relevant demonstrated experience in advancement & fundraising or other relevant business field
  • Proven ability to collaborate and organise effective fundraising activities, prioritising prospects and participating in high level strategies and gift discussions.
  • Outstanding interpersonal, communication, presentation and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with diverse internal and external constituencies in a wide variety of settings.
  • Proven senior experience in a complex organisation and the ability to interact effectively with multiple and diverse stakeholders, including government, business, donors and the wider community to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills and confidence in preparing and delivering compelling presentations, pitches, proposals and funding applications.
  • Excellent numeracy skills and the ability to analyse and prepare budgets and forecasts.
  • Time management, analytic and problem solving skills and the ability manage multiple projects with competing timelines.
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) and CRM systems.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team and on an independent basis.
  • Passion to make a positive impact in the community and a willingness to work within Sydney Living Museums' values and behaviours to advance its mission.

 

Contact: Lisa Walters on 02 8239 2360 or via email.



11 Aug 2016: Associate Registrar - Loans & Exhibitions
Organisation: The National Gallery of Australia
Location: Canberra
Type: Full time
Salary: $95,298 to $108,741
Closing Date: 25 Aug 2016

This position is in the Gallery's Registration Department and is responsible for the management, documentation and planning of loans to the Collection and Exhibitions. The occupant manages and coordinates loan negotiations, transportation, packing and insurance/indemnity for works of art and provides regular progress reports to the Head Registrar.

The successful applicant will have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of contemporary art museum registration practices and principles, loans management, art storage requirements and documentation systems. Good knowledge and experience of conservation and packing techniques along with extensive experience in coordinating and managing the operational requirements of a Registration or collections management section is also required.

This position is a full-time ongoing employment opportunity.

Further information regarding the position is available by contacting Natalie Beattie on 02 6240 6453 or natalie.beattie@nga.gov.au.  

Applicants must address the selection criteria. Information regarding eligibility requirements for employment at the Gallery together with documentation outlining duties and selection criteria which detail the skills, experience and qualifications required is available at www.nga.gov.au/jobs.  

The Recruitment Officer can be contacted on (02) 6240 6718.

Contact: Natalie Beattie on 02 6240 6453 or via email.



11 Aug 2016: Head of Marketing & Audience Insight
Organisation: Sydney Living Museums
Location: Sydney CBD
Type: Full-time ongoing
Salary: $125,619. Package includes salary ($102,838 - $113,324), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Closing Date: 24 Aug 2016

Organisation: Sydney Living Museums, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Office of Environment and Heritage

Location: Commercial Services Team, Sydney CBD

Job Grade/Classification: Clerk Grade 9/10 - $125,619. Package includes salary ($102,838 - $113,324), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

About the agency: Sydney Living Museums cares for 11 of the NSW most important historic houses, museums and their collections: Elizabeth Bay House, Elizabeth Farm, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, Justice & Police Museum, Meroogal, The Mint, Museum of Sydney, Rose Seidler House, Rouse Hill House & Farm, Susannah Place Museum and Vaucluse House. All are listed in the NSW State Heritage Register. The Museum of Sydney and the Hyde Park Barracks on the National Heritage list and the Hyde Park Barracks is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

About the role: This role works with internal and external stakeholders, leading the research, implementation, review and evaluation of marketing and communications strategies that drive visitation, audience development, and membership to achieve sustainable revenue objectives.

Employment Status: Ongoing full-time

Contact: Lisa Walters on 02 8239 2360

Closing date: 11.59pm Sunday 27 August 2016

For more information click here for the role description and candidate information guide. Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Essential requirements the role holder needs:

  • Tertiary qualifications in marketing, communications, market research or psychology with at least 8 years related experience in a senior position
  • Extensive experience successfully developing and executing branding in order to enhance the general recognition of, and reputation of, the organisation and maintain a creative edge
  • Demonstrated experience in the delivery of strategic communications, preferably within the cultural, leisure tourism or government sectors.
  • Significant experience in driving marketing initiatives to increase sales and maximise revenue with a strong understanding of how to develop and execute effective membership acquisition and retention campaigns.
  • Extensive experience in utilising digital marketing channels/social networking as key components of integrated marketing communications campaigns including proven content generation, CRM and direct marketing experience.
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively with a range of internal and external stakeholders in the development, implementation and evaluation of integrated marketing and publicity plans.
  • Experience in driving audience research and analytics to drive sustainable visitor and membership growth
  • Strong leadership, motivational and people management competencies with extensive experience in leading a professional design, marketing and communications, research and analytics team providing associated services across a complex organisation.
Contact: Lisa Walters on 02 8239 2360 or via email.



11 Aug 2016: Manager Education & Operations, Narmbool
Organisation: The Sovereign Hill Museums Association
Location: Ballarat, Victoria
Type: Full Time
Salary: tba
Closing Date: 28 Aug 2016

The Sovereign Hill Museums Association is a dynamic group of museums comprising of the Sovereign Hill Outdoor Museum, Gold Museum and Narmbool - a 2,000 hectare sheep farm and bush property south of Ballarat.

At Narmbool we aim to inspire an understanding of the importance of the land, water and biodiversity in Australia's future. Narmbool has a well-established education program delivered in a school camp setting, and the Garden Room function centre is a popular venue for weddings and events.

We are seeking an experienced educator to lead the Education and Site Operations teams at Narmbool in delivering safe, high quality public programs, events and education services, in a beautifully presented location.

The role involves teaching, supervising staff, and developing new programs and events for adults, families and tourists.

The ideal candidate will have strength in a relevant academic discipline, a passion for the environment and/or heritage, and experience developing public programs and events. I

f you are interested by what you have read so far, please apply to join our Narmbool Team in this exciting and rewarding position.

For full details on the position including the required Key Selection Criteria and details on how to apply please visit our website at www.sovereignhill.com.au/careers Applicants who do not apply correctly may not be considered for this position. Applications for this position close midnight Sunday 28th August 2016. Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and appointment is subject to satisfactory Police Record and Working with Children Checks

Contact: Taryn Heinrich on (03) 5329 2328 or via email.



10 Aug 2016: Executive Officer - CAMD
Organisation: Council of Australasian Museum Directors
Location: Home based office arrangement
Type: Part Time
Salary: tba
Closing Date: 28 Aug 2016

The Council of Australasian Museum Directors (CAMD) provides a forum for discussion and collaboration between the Directors of the major regional, State/Territory and national museums in Australia and New Zealand.

We are seeking to appoint a part-time Executive Officer (EO) to support CAMD's Chair and Executive. The role requires the preparation of correspondence, minutes, submissions and policies; the management of online communications; organisation of regular meetings and coordination of the annual CAMD survey report. T

he EO will be required to represent CAMD to government and key stakeholders.

Knowledge of the museum and/or cultural sector would be an advantage. It is anticipated the person will work from a home based office 24 hours per week. The position is a fixed term permanent part-time three year contract. Remuneration and office expenses will be negotiated.

For an information package and further information please contact Mr. Mark Karlovic on (03) 5337 1100. Applications should be forwarded to: The Chair Council of Australian Museum Directors C/- M. Karlovic - Head, People Performance and Legal Sovereign Hill Museums Association 39 Magpie Street Ballarat VIC 3350 Or email mkarlovic@sovereignhill.com.au

Applications close midnight Sunday 28th August 2016

Contact: Mark Karlovic on (03) 5337 1182 or via email.



05 Aug 2016: Administration and Events Manager
Organisation: Historic Houses Association of Australia Limited
Location: Sydney CBD
Type: Permanent Part time
Salary: $70,000 per annum pro-rata 20 hours per week + super
Closing Date: 02 Sep 2016

ADMINISTRATION AND EVENTS MANAGER
Permanent Part-Time - 20 hours per week

The Historic Houses Association of Australia Limited (HHA) is a not-for-profit, membership organisation that promotes public interest in historic houses and properties throughout Australia. HHA members enjoy free admission to HHA properties and exhibitions as well as a lively and varied program of events, walks, talks and tours that provide opportunities for members and the general public to learn about our nation's built heritage and support its conservation.

HHA is seeking an experienced administrator and events programmer to manage the day to day operations of our organisation while continuing to develop and deliver our highly successful events program. This multi-faceted position requires the applicant to have excellent customer service skills, be patient, level-headed and calm under pressure. Your warm and friendly nature will help build relationships with our volunteers and members alike while your excellent customer service and communication skills will ensure the continued growth and development our organisation and our property network. Proficient in website management and eMarketing, you will enjoy the thrill of researching and developing new event programs for the members. Your attention to detail will ensure that our events are delivered to the very high standard expected by the members.

Hours are flexible and may suit someone looking to work school hours.

Key accountabilities: 

  • Further develop our successful events program and ensure that events are well planned and delivered to a high standard. 
  • Coordinate the roles of HHA Volunteers within the office and at events. 
  • Edit and publish the HHA Members quarterly newsletter and eNewsletters 
  • Seek cross promotional and sponsorship opportunities and niche markets for promotion of HHA membership and events. 
  • Update the website and manage regular eNews and eMarketing campaigns. 
  • Oversee financial management and produce regular financial and event analysis reports.

Applications must be in writing and applicants must respond to the Job Description Criteria available at http://www.fohh.net/#!jobs/c1d9w  

Send written applications to: The CEO, Historic Houses Association of Australia, National Trust Centre, Upper Fort Street, Millers Point NSW 2000.

Applications may be sent as an attachment by email to info@hha.net.au.

Contact: Judy Pittaway on 02 9252 5554 or via email.



05 Aug 2016: MAMA Curator
Organisation: AlburyCity
Location: Albury
Type: Full Time
Salary: $70,898 to $77,936 per anum
Closing Date: 26 Aug 2016
  • In nine short months - over 80,000 visitors 
  • Nationally recognised for innovations and architecture
  • Showcasing International exhibitions

Want to be part of the hottest ticket in town? We're looking for an experienced Curator to join MAMA's creative team. You'll need to demonstrate passion and innovation in the development and implementation of exciting, interactive and engaging exhibitions while also growing our Visual Art Collection.

Applications close Friday 26 August 2016 at 5.00pm

For further information on either position, please contact Jacqui Hemsley, Group Leader Cultural Services on 02 6023 8154 or visit mamalbury.com.au/jobs for the position description and application details.

Contact: Jacqui Hemsley on 02 6023 8154 or via email.



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