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Museums Victoria is a diverse and exciting place to work. Ever fancied working at Museums Victoria? There is a creative and rewarding full-time, ongoing position in the Public Programs and Education department of Museums Victoria, with exciting career prospects to grow and develop.


Museums Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events across our museums and destinations – Melbourne Museum, Royal Exhibition Building, Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, Melbourne Planetarium and IMAX cinemas. We present unique and exceptional experiences for more than 2 million visitors each year, who come from all over Australia and around the world to be inspired and to learn about themselves and the universe we inhabit.

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Australia’s largest public museum organisation is seeking an enthusiastic team player to join our Public Programs team as Associate Producer, Public Programs to support the successful development, co-ordination and delivery of a range of public programs and events that engage and build our diverse Museums Victoria audiences, with a core focus on Immigration Museum audiences, and Melbourne Museum audiences as required.

Working alongside the Public Programs & Education team, key duties of this role include:  

  • Co-ordinate, support, and deliver public and education programs, events, and digital programs to ensure audience engagement objectives, experience outcomes, and business objectives are met.
  • Carry out program and event duties including liaising with artists and stakeholders, coordinating staff, technical teams, and partners, and preparing program materials and documentation such as permits, run sheets, event specifications and schedules to successfully achieve program outcomes.
  • Present a broad range of programs to engage culturally, linguistically and socially diverse audiences.
  • Work collaboratively to support culturally, linguistically and socially diverse program partners and build capacity with those partners to amplify their work within one of Victoria’s leading Cultural sector organisations.
  • Train learning facilitators and volunteers in the delivery of programs and activities.
  • Assist with administrative and reporting needs and requirements, including co-ordinating schedules, timelines, financial administration, and communications and correspondence to ensure effective co-ordination and documentation of programs.
  • Participate in reviews of programs and implement responsive improvements to their planning, development, and implementation.
  • Build and maintain professional relationships with relevant program stakeholders and partners in collaboration with internal teams, to support the Museum and Public Programs department’s objectives.

Please see our Role Statement for a copy of the full Key Selection Criteria and Duties.


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