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26 Jul 2016: Assistant Director Learning and Visitor Experience
Organisation: National Archives of Australia
Location: Parkes, ACT
Type: Non-Ongoing
Salary: $95,192 - $102,452
Closing Date: 03 Aug 2016

The Assistant Director Learning and Visitor Experience is responsible for visitor experience, public and school education programs. The National Archives is looking for a passionate and committed manager with demonstrated experience in leading a dynamic team, delivering learning projects and quality visitor services in a museum environment.

For more information please visit our website http://www.naa.gov.au/about-us/employment/current-vacancies/index.aspx

Contact: Lisa Elliott on 02 6212 3691 or via email.



26 Jul 2016: Collection Systems Technical Support Manager
Organisation: Museum Victoria
Location: Carlton VIC 3053
Type: part-time 3 days per week; for nine months
Salary: $74,962 (pro-rata, base of grade) + 9.5% superannuation.
Closing Date: 07 Aug 2016
  • Work with a dedicated, professional and friendly team 
  • Based at Museum Victoria's award winning venue, Melbourne Museum 
  • Close to public transport.

Museum Victoria is seeking a Collection Systems Technical Support Manager to manage the technical operations of Collection Management Software, Axiell EMu, to support data provision to websites, apps and exhibition interactives, contribute to the development of new applications related to collection and business systems and to support other technical activity as required.

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/  

ABOUT THE POSITION:

The position is primarily accountable for the technical operation and support of collection management software and hardware by the provision of responsive service through collaboration with Collection Information Systems (CIS) and ICT staff and vendors.

Key Selection Criteria: 

  1. Familiarity with the technical management and development of Collection Management Software: currently (2016) Axiell EMu and KE Texpress systems, including familiarity with associated technologies such as IMu and TexQL. 
  2. Extensive experience and proven ability in application development in Windows and UNIX environments such as C#, C++, shell and/or PERL scripting, ASP.NET, MS SQL Server, HTML and XML. 
  3. A good working knowledge of UNIX based systems. 
  4. Well-developed investigative, analytical, planning and negotiating skills gained within an IT environment and applied to delivering excellent customer service. 
  5. Excellent written and oral skills, including the ability to accurately define, discuss and document complex user and technical requirements. 
  6. Familiarity with the principles of collection management in a museum environment. 
  7. 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).

OTHER INFORMATION

This position is part-time 3 days per week; for nine months from commencement. The salary on offer is $74,962 (pro-rata, base of grade) + 9.5% superannuation.

HOW TO APPLY?

To view the position description, search 'employment' at www.museumvictoria.com.au; for more information about this position, please contact Dr Elycia Wallis on 03 8341 7791.

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: Sunday, 7 August 2016 Recruitment agencies will be called upon if necessary. Unless requested, please do not contact us.

Contact: Dr Elycia Wallis on 03 8341 7791 or via email.



26 Jul 2016: Head of Development (Limited Duration 2 Years)
Organisation: Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
Location: Melbourne, CBD
Type: Full Time
Salary: VPSG6
Closing Date: 09 Aug 2016

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) celebrates the screen in its myriad forms. Situated in the heart of Melbourne in Federation Square, ACMI is a major publicly funded museum, hosting exhibition spaces, galleries, cinemas, a Mediatheque and archive plus a shop, cafe and international touring arm. Supported by funding through the Victorian Government, it is the world's most visited moving image or film cultural centre, attracting over 1.45 million visitors in 15/16.

Reporting to the CEO, we are seeking a passionate, strategic and self-motivated individual to make their mark by creatively developing and delivering an ambitious strategy for private sector and government fundraising for ACMI. You will have a proven track record in delivering successful development strategies, bringing established networks across the corporate, government and philanthropic sectors. This experience will be coupled with a collaborative leadership style and the ability to manage relationships at the Executive, Board and Government level.

This position is a limited duration contract of two years with an option to extend for an additional two years.

For further enquiries regarding this position please refer to our website for further information and how to apply.

Applications close: Tuesday 9th August 2016
Interviews will be held on Friday 19th August 2016.

For further information about ACMI visit acmi.net.au

Contact: Rita Ruisi on 0386632271 or via email.



25 Jul 2016: Executive Officer
Organisation: National Portrait Gallery of Australia
Location: Canberra
Type: Full Time
Salary: $76,854 - $90,177
Closing Date: 07 Aug 2016

Reporting to the Gallery Director, the occupant of this position is required to provide high level support to the Director, Foundation, Board and Executive team of the Gallery. The ability to work autonomously, manage competing deadlines and highly developed interpersonal skills are essential to fulfil this demanding role.

Specific tasks: 

  • Manage the operations of the Office of the Director including provision of high level administrative support with diary management, meetings, hospitality, events, coordination of responses, briefings and presentations. 
  • As Secretary to the Gallery Board and its committees, manage the coordination of papers, agenda and work plan preparation, minute taking and distribution. 
  • Prioritise and monitor the Gallery's critical activities in accordance with the Gallery's Corporate, Strategic and Action plan timelines. 
  • Using initiative and good judgement refer issues and allocate responsibility to appropriate action officers for resolution. 
  • Provide support to the Foundation Manager in implementing all aspects of the Foundation program, including the development and delivery of programs and events. 
  • Liaise on behalf of the Director with a range of stakeholders including members of the Gallery, Board and Foundation, Donors, Government Officials, Diplomats, and the Gallery Executive with confidentiality and discretion. 
  • Coordinate and prepare agenda for Executive meetings and provide secretariat support to the Foundation when required. 
  • Coordinate arrangements for domestic / international travel and visits for the Gallery Director, Board Members, Foundation and other officials as required

Industry specific / desirable: 

  • Demonstrated experience in the efficient management of the office of a senior executive, including highly developed organisational, coordination and administrative skills. 
  • Demonstrated experience of Secretariat services to a Governing Board. 
  • Demonstrated experience in a cultural institution will be highly regarded.

Responses to the selection criteria are limited to 250 words per criterion. Please outline your response to the industry specific criteria through no more than 1 A4 page.

Applications are to be submitted to npghrservices@npg.gov.au along with current CV and application coversheet which can be found on our website http://www.portrait.gov.au/content/employment/

Contact: Taryn Crick on 02 6102 7082 or via email.



25 Jul 2016: Marketing & Communications Manager
Organisation: Sydney Living Museums
Location: The Mint - Sydney
Type: Temporary full-time
Salary: Clerk Grade 7/8 - $110,697. Package includes salary ($90,215 - $99,862), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Closing Date: 07 Aug 2016

Organisation: Sydney Living Museums, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Office of Environment and Heritage
Location: Web & Screen Media Team, Sydney CBD
Job Grade/Classification: Clerk Grade 7/8 - $110,697. Package includes salary ($90,215 - $99,862), 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 prepares and implements integrated marketing strategies that deliver against visitation and audience development objectives for Sydney Living Museums. The role also undertakes marketing activities to ensure that all activity is delivered to a high standard and enhances SLM's brand and image.

Employment Status: Temporary full-time (up to 3 years)
Contact: Kate Evans on 02 8239 2281
Closing date: 11.59pm Sunday 7 August 2016

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

Essential requirements the role holder needs:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and demonstrated current knowledge of and experience in developing and implementing successful integrated marketing communications campaigns that achieve objectives for exhibitions, events or products preferably within an arts/cultural/heritage organisation.
  • Demonstrated expertise and experience in developing and implementing successful marketing campaigns using a wide range of media including up to date and intimate knowledge of marketing practices and principals
  • Knowledge, experience in and competent use of marketing related software and technology including CMSs, e-marketing tools and social media.
  • Experience in the development, execution and evaluation of successful publicity strategies and a proven ability to source and build strong media relationships.
  • Wide ranging experience planning and producing marketing and communication materials targeting diverse audience segments utilising a range of media, as well as superior written communication skills with demonstrated experience in the development of copy for marketing collateral in print, electronic and digital.
  • Experience in market research practices, identifying and working with market segments, preparing market research briefs and evaluating research outcomes.
  • Excellent organisational skills, including the ability to plan, prioritise and meet strict deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Excellent negotiation and interpersonal skills, with highly developed written and oral communication skills, and proven ability to work with creative and diverse teams with a commitment to superior customer service delivery.
  • Experience in setting and managing budgets and tracking expenditure.
Contact: Kate Evan on 02 8239 2281 or via email.



25 Jul 2016: Senior Curator - Military Heraldry and Technology
Organisation: Australian War Memorial
Location: Canberra
Type: Full time
Salary: $91,320 to $98,851
Closing Date: 07 Aug 2016

The Senior Curator provides high level management and curatorial services for the Memorial's Object Collection. The Senior Curator will provide leadership through professional knowledge of the collection, experience in research and writing and in museum management. Responsibilities will include contributions to exhibition development; collection documentation; policy development and advice on acquisitions, collection management and display of objects; advice on conservation and restoration work; undertaking research and writing related to the collection; and providing interpretation through a range of channels.

Note: This is a designated security assessed position at the Negative Vetting 1 level.

To Apply

Please see the full Job Description and Application pack at https://www.awm.gov.au/employment/senior-curator-mht-0/

Please email your application to employment@awm.gov.au by Midnight,07 August 2016. Your email must include: 

  1. Application Pack including a two page response addressing the Selection Criteria 
  2. Current Curriculum Vitae

Please submit your application in WORD format only. Applications submitted in PDF or other formats may not be able to be processed and may therefore, be excluded.

For further information on this position, please call the Contact Officer: Shane Casey 02 6263 6608.

Contact: Shane Casey on 02 6263 6608 or via email.



21 Jul 2016: Senior Membership Officer
Organisation: Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS)
Location: Ultimo, Sydney
Type: Full time (Ongoing)
Salary: Salary package up to $97,087 Package includes salary ($79,384 - $87,591) employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Closing Date: 31 Jul 2016

Curiosity. Creativity. Collaboration. Sustainability.

This role will play a key part in identifying and developing campaigns and programs that showcase the benefits of membership to retain, acquire and engage members
Customer focus, passion and energy and an interest in cultural institutions
Ongoing employment with enviable working conditions
Salary package up to $97,087 Package includes salary ($79,384 - $87,591) employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

Visit http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/senior-membership-officer-38103 

Contact: Arani Duggan on 0401 810 630 or via email.



21 Jul 2016: Local Heritage Specialist
Organisation: Logan City Council
Location: Logan City
Type: Full Time
Salary: $77K + super + 9 day fortnight
Closing Date: 01 Aug 2016

Rare specialist position
Opportunity to uncover Logan's amazing history
Exposure to all areas of Council
$77K + super + 9 day fortnight

Logan City is Australia's fifth largest local government by population and is one of the most dynamic young cities in Australia; enviably positioned only 20 minutes from Brisbane and 30 minutes from the Gold Coast, Logan is now home to more than 308,700 people. Logan City Council offers a work environment and lifestyle that is rare in South East Queensland. Our 1,600 staff take pride in offering outstanding service to our community through innovative and operational-focused solutions.

Logan City Council is seeking a Local Heritage Specialist to provide expertise about the municipality's heritage and local history to Council and members of the community. Reporting to the Cultural Services Program Leader, this position will manage, develop and source new material for the Local Studies collection in Logan Central Library. You will be the subject expert, responding to requests both internal and external, developing and maintaining partnerships with key stakeholders in the community and promoting outreach and connection services. You will create content for heritage displays and publications, write reports in your field of expertise, and develop and review local heritage services, guidelines and procedures.

To be successful in this role you will have extensive experience at an influential level with a specialised heritage collection, high level written and verbal communication skills to write reports, negotiate, influence and present in a public forum. You will have first class customer service skills, strong IT skills, particularly as they relate to collections and a relevant degree or post graduate qualification. This position has opportunities for discovery and you will be working with our award winning Libraries and Cultural Services team who are passionate about what they do. In addition, we can offer free on-site parking, 9 day fortnight, exposure to many areas of Council and easy to access location. The successful applicant will thrive in a challenging role with an organisation that values professional contribution and personal wellbeing.

Logan City Council actively encourages a healthy work environment through its Team Top Health Program, as well as personal and professional development, study assistance and a tangible focus on creating a great place to work.

If viewing on Seek, the position description can be found under the vacancy on the Logan City Council Careers site.

If you require more information about the role please contact Robyn Daw on (07) 3412 5128.

Applications Close: 5 pm, Monday 1 August 2016, with a proposed interview date of Thursday 11 August 2016.

Refer to our Careers page on website www.logancitycouncil.com.au to submit your application.

Applications via recruitment agencies will not be received.

Logan City: Building Our Communities, Businesses and Pride

Contact: Cathy Adlam on (07) 3412 4658 or via email.



19 Jul 2016: Assistant Collection Manager, Museum Victoria Tissue Collection and Ian Potter Australian Wildlife BioBank
Organisation: Museum Victoria
Location: Carlton VIC 3053
Type: Part time 0.6, Fixed-term until 30 June 2017
Salary: $53, 634 (base of grade)
Closing Date: 03 Aug 2016
  • Work with a dedicated, professional and friendly team
  • Based at Museum Victoria's award winning venue, Melbourne Museum
  • Close to public transport.

Museum Victoria is seeking an Assistant Collection Manager to assist with finalising the transfer of tissue samples to the liquid nitrogen facility, the enhancement of tissue and storage data, contribute to the development of procedures for accessing the BioBank and for monitoring the use of tissue specimens and genomic DNA extractions.

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/  

ABOUT THE POSITION:

This position is accountable for enhancing the management and accessibility of the State Collection through the preservation of tissue samples, the improvement of access procedures, physically and electronically registering selected components of the BioBank collection and through the preparation of tissue grants for bonafide researchers.

Key Selection Criteria: 

  1. Experience in preparation, handling and preservation of tissue samples and genomic DNA extractions 
  2. Sound knowledge of and experience in assisting with the management of Natural Science collections, particularly tissue collections. 
  3. Experience with the registration of museum specimens and an understanding of minimum data requirements.
  4. Sound knowledge of and experience in using electronic collection management systems in museums, especially EMu and MVWISE 
  5. A high level of organisational skills and attention to detail. 
  6. Well-developed verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills. 
  7. 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).

OTHER INFORMATION

This position is part-time 0.6; fixed term until 30 June 2017. The salary on offer is $53, 634 (base of grade) + 9.5% superannuation.

HOW TO APPLY?

To view the position description, search �employment� at www.museumvictoria.com.au; for more information about this position, please contact Dermot Henry on 03 9270 5048. 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, 3 August 2016

Contact: Dermot Henry on 03 9270 5048 or via email.



19 Jul 2016: Registration Manager
Organisation: Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS)
Location: Ultimo, Sydney
Type: Full time (Ongoing)
Salary: $129,277 Package includes salary ($116,632), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Closing Date: 31 Jul 2016

Manages the Registration unit to ensure collection management processes are implemented to international best practice
Responsible for ensuring optimal access to the collection by a wide variety of users across our physical sites, off-site and across digital platforms
Ongoing Full-time employment with flexible working conditions $129,277
Package includes salary ($116,632), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) is an executive agency of the New South Wales State Government. Embodying the best of design ingenuity and innovation, the Museum profiles one of the world's great collections and is a highly successful interdisciplinary institution that sits at the intersection of the arts, design, science and technology and plays a critical role in supporting the brand and vision of the city.

Access to the Museum's exceptional collection is a cornerstone of the vision, opening up opportunities for engagement, participation and research. Deepening audience engagement, bringing the collections to life through hands on experiences and offering a variety of pathways through ideas and information is key to the delivery of our programs for people of all ages across our sites: the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo, Sydney Observatory in The Rocks and the Museums Discovery Centre in Castle Hill.

Strategic Collections is one of three teams reporting to the Director, Curatorial, Collections and Exhibitions and encompasses Registration, Conservation and Library Services.

The Registration Manager is responsible for ensuring optimal access to the collection by a wide variety of users across our physical sites, off-site and across digital platforms. You will manage all aspects of the Registration unit including collection management, developing MAAS registration policies and standards in accordance with international best practice, improving work practices, and strategic policy and procedure development.

For more information and to apply visit: http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/registration-manager-37920

Contact: Judith Coombes on (02) 9217 0225 or via email.



19 Jul 2016: Project Officer - Collections
Organisation: Sydney Living Museums
Location: Sydney
Type: Temporary full-time
Salary: Assistant Registrar Grade 1 - $77,515. Package includes salary ($57,013 - $69,928), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading
Closing Date: 02 Aug 2016

Organisation: Sydney Living Museums, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Office of Environment and Heritage
Location: Collections & Access Team, The Mint
Job Grade/Classification: Assistant Registrar Grade 1 - $77,515. Package includes salary ($57,013 - $69,928), 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 assists in the implementation of museum policies, processes and systems to ensure intellectual and legal control of Sydney Living Museums' collection are properly conducted and administered, documented and managed. Employment Status: Temporary full-time (maternity leave vacancy/up to 12 months)

Contact: Jenny Olman on 02 8239 2362
Closing date: 11.59pm Tuesday 2 August 2016

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

Essential requirements the role holder needs:

  • At least 2 years' experience working in a museum environment and a degree qualification in a museum studies, heritage or related field.
  • Knowledge of decorative arts or domestic history or Australian social and cultural history.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience in museum collection management and documentation.
  • Experience working with collections management databases such as Vernon and other software applications used to maintain and update collection information.
  • Demonstrated understanding of risk management and disaster preparedness.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to produce written reports and documentation.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Strong organisation, interpersonal and administrative skills with the ability to work on multiple tasks consecutively.
  • Experience and knowledge of appropriate techniques/procedures for handling, display, transportation and storage of museum objects to a professional museum level.
  • Ability to manage lifting, carrying, standing, kneeling and moving around heritage sites, both internal and external environments is a genuine occupational requirement.
  • Current NSW Driver's licence.
Contact: Jenny Olman on 02 8239 2362 or via email.



13 Jul 2016: Curator Honour Rolls
Organisation: Australian War Memorial
Location: Canberra
Type: Full time, Ongoing.
Salary: $73,315 to $82,030
Closing Date: 27 Jul 2016

The Australian War Memorial's Honour Rolls At the heart of the Memorial building are its Honour Rolls. These are The Roll of Honour and The Commemorative Roll. The Roll of Honour is a long series of bronze panels recording the names of over 102,000 members of the Australian armed forces who have died during or as a result of war service, warlike service, non-warlike service and certain peacetime humanitarian operations. The Commemorative Roll is a book located in the Memorial's Commemorative Area, which honours Australians who died as a result of their service with allied forces, the merchant navy and civilian organisations. The Honour Rolls databases, available on the Memorial's website, are compiled from sources used to create the Roll of Honour and Commemorative Roll.

Job Description

The Memorial has a major commitment to the authenticity, accuracy and integrity of the Honour Rolls. The Curator manages a small team towards maintaining an up-to-date and accessible Roll of Honour and Commemorative Roll and manages requests for amendments, maintains the data that supports these rolls, and undertakes specialist research tasks and policy development.

For more information and to apply please refer to https://www.awm.gov.au/employment/  

NOTE: Applications must be complete and submitted as indicated on the Memorial website Applications must be submitted by Midnight 27 July 2016

Contact: Margaret Farmer on 02 6243 4466 or via email.



12 Jul 2016: Creative Producer
Organisation: OnTalent
Location: Brisbane QLD
Type: Full time
Salary: On Request
Closing Date: 12 Aug 2016

Exciting plans are laid and in progress to transform, reinvigorate and relaunch this venue of cultural and historical significance. The breadth and scope of possibilities are endless and the next stage is to design, plan and execute a program of exhibitions and activities that are highly innovative and community responsive. To bring the vision to life we are seeking a Creative Producer to develop and drive an inspired, innovative and deeply meaningful program.

Reporting to the Director, who is a highly accomplished industry leader, this role will work with key stakeholders to understand the vision for, and purpose, of the venue and its role in the community. From this, the Creative Producer will bring together an annual program of exhibitions, events, activities and then see them through to reality. Together with the Director and a small team of full and part time contributors, the Creative Producer will work proactively to establish and grow the profile of the organisation as a vibrant community and cultural place that connects with local and visiting audiences through exhibitions and public programs.

To be successful you must have significant experience in managing whole of life-cycle exhibitions and creative projects from ideas generation, research and development, design and commissioning, timeline and installation project management, de-installation and evaluation. You must also have experience curating and programming across a board range of approaches and disciplines from historic material and stories to cutting-edge contemporary art practice and application of technology. Beyond the technical requirements you will be attracted to working in a deeply values oriented environment, be highly collaborative and enjoy working with diverse groups and materials.

This role is a unique opportunity to be a part of the transformation, relaunch and rejuvenation of a unique, culturally important space and collections. You will be offered creative empowerment, the opportunity to be a part of a deeply passionate and collaborative team.

If you meet the requirements outlined and can bring a strong mix of strategic, visionary and hands on skills and approaches please send your resume and a one page cover letter, outlining your relevant achievements, to careers@ontalent.com.au quoting reference BH1974. Confidential enquiries can be made by phoning Natasha Olsson-Seeto on 07 3305 5819

Contact: Natasha Olsson-Seeto on 07 3305 5819 or via email.



12 Jul 2016: Conservator (2 positions) Job Ref - T098 & T026
Organisation: Australian National Maritime Museum
Location: Darling Harbour
Type: Non-ongoing fulltime 12 months (with a possibility
Salary: APS 5 $64,853 - $70,007 plus 15.4% superannuation
Closing Date: 31 Jul 2016
  • One APS Career
  • Thousands of Opportunities

The Australian National Maritime Museum has a skilled and diverse workforce. We value our people, performance, integrity and service. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background.

Applications Close: 11:30 pm AEDT, 31 July 2016

T098 & T026 Conservator (2 Positions)

Purpose of these Positions: Under the general direction of the Manager, Conservation and Senior Conservator undertake and document routine and complex conservation treatments for a wide range of object materials and formats in the National Maritime Collection ensuring its ongoing preservation in in accordance with museum policies, priorities, conservation ethics and best practice. Applicants with a focus on an area of specialisation would be well regarded.

These are non-ongoing fulltime positions for period of 12 months with a possibility of extension.

Contact Officer: Agata Rostek-Robak, Manager, Conservation, Operations Division, Australian National Maritime Museum on (02) 8241 8306.

Selection for these positions will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours.

Full position details, application requirements, selection criteria, position description and a pre-Application form are located on this website: https://anmm.nga.net.au/cp/index.cfm?event=jobs.list

Jobs Notes:
These positions are open to all eligible members of the community.
To be an eligible member of the community you must be an Australian citizen.
Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship.

Please note that applications, CV's and claims to the selection criteria must be lodged on line on this link: https://anmm.nga.net.au/cp/index.cfm?event=jobs.listJobs  
No Applications will be accepted by mail or email.

Contact: Agata Rostek Robak on (02) 8241 8306 or via email.



19 Jun 2016: Program Director (re-advertised)
Organisation: Canberra Glassworks Ltd
Location: Canberra, ACT
Type: Part time 22.8 hours per week
Salary: $70000 to $75000 per annum pro rata (dependent on experience)
Closing Date: 08 Aug 2016

Canberra Glassworks is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Program Director to direct the artistic programming for Canberra Glassworks based on the Revised Artistic Program for 2016 and proposed Artistic Program for 2017. This will include hosting programs for the Ausglass Conference from 26 - 29 January 2017. They will develop and deliver artistic programming in consultation with the General Manager and according to the Canberra Glassworks vision and Strategic Plan for 2016 - 2020 Canberra Glassworks. They will oversee the Artistic Programming team and consult with Technical, Administration and Visitor Experiences staff regarding planning and logistics for the successful delivery of artistic programs.

POSITION DETAILS

Start date: August 2016
Term: 6 months (with 12 month option)

TO APPLY: Please provide a letter of application including short statements addressing the Selection Criteria for the role and a current Curriculum Vitae which includes the names of 3 referees.

Applications should be sent to Beverly Growden, General Manager beverly.growden@canberraglassworks.com by than 5pm on Monday 8 August 2016

Download Position Description: www.canberraglassworks.com/contact/careers

Contact: Beverly Growden, General Manager on 02 6260 7005 or 041790331 or via email.



12 Aug 2015: Casual Visitor Services Officers
Organisation: Department of Parliamentary Services
Location: Canberra
Type: Ongoing Vacancy (Ref: JR4701)
Salary: Hourly rate for these positions is $28.83 (excluding loading)
Closing Date: 31 Jul 2016

Casual Visitor Services Officers
Temporary Employment Register
Parliamentary Service Officer 2
Programs & Visitor Experience Section
Ongoing Vacancy (Ref: JR4701)

Who we are looking for? The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is recruiting casual non-ongoing Visitor Services Officers to work within the Visitor Services team at Australian Parliament House. To fill these roles, we are looking for people with exceptional presentation skills and a focus on excellent customer service. You will also enjoy working in the public environment with diverse audiences.

Casual Visitor Services Officers are required to work to meet varying demand, which may be for a few hours or a full day. There is no set roster or guarantee of hours.

Salary: Currently, the base hourly rate for these positions is $28.83 (excluding loading). Casual employees will be paid a loading in addition to the base hourly rate in lieu of payment for public holidays and accruing any type of leave (personal and annual leave), except long service leave.

Closing Date: Your registration for the PSL 2 Casual Visitor Services Officer Temporary Employment Register will remain active until 31 July 2016. After this time you will need to renew your registration by re-applying.

Eligibility and/or job specific requirements: Ability to successfully complete a Physical Competency Assessment (PCA) prior to any offer of employment; and Obtain a Working With Vulnerable People check through the ACT government.

Important Notes: Casual non-ongoing (temporary) employment opportunities will be offered on a short-term, irregular / intermittent basis for up to 12 months. Casual non-ongoing (temporary) employment offered through this process cannot be extended beyond the initial 12 month period. There is no guarantee that an offer of employment will be made whilst your application remains on the register.

Please note that applications must be submitted by 11:30pm Sunday, 31 July 2016.

For further information contact: Steven Konig on (02) 6277 5217 or steven.konig@aph.gov.au  

Please apply online - DPS Career Opportunities (https://career10.successfactors.com/career?company=DPS&career_job_req_id=4701&career_ns=job_listing&navBarLevel=JOB_SEARCH)

Contact: Steven Konig on (02) 6277 5217 or via email.



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