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As Assistant Curator, Queensland Stories you will work with a small team to manage and develop the social history collections of Queensland Museum. Highly professional and results-driven, the successful applicant will be a superior communicator with the ability to thrive in a dynamic cultural work environment. Bringing to the role an understanding of contemporary curatorial practice and experience in collection-based research, you will contribute to the collaborative research, public programs and exhibitions in accordance with the strategic priorities of the Queensland Museum. Collection database and exhibition experience are highly desirable.

The role description will outline any qualifications, licences and specific requirements of the role. If you are interested in this job we encourage you to read the attached role description and talk to the contact officer.

Your application for this role will remain current for 12 months and may be considered for recurring vacancies which may be at an alternative location or alternative employment basis (full-time or part-time).

Employment screening criminal history, a Working with Children (Blue Card), and a previous discipline history check will be undertaken.

A tertiary qualification in Australian Social History or another closely related discipline (e.g. Contemporary Women’s Studies, Australian Studies, Cultural Studies, Museum Studies, Australian historical archaeology) or an equivalent qualification, as determined by the CEO of the Queensland Museum, is required.