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Audio-Visual Technician Temporary Register – NMA

Closing date:   June 30, 2022
Institution:   National Museum of Australia
Salary:   $58,440 to $58,440
Employment status:   Casual contracts will be available for periods of up to 12 months.
Location :   Acton ACT
Contact name:   Andrew Shaw, 02 6208 5084
Contact email:   andrew.shaw@nma.gov.au

The Museum has several exciting opportunities to join our Media Services Business Unit as a casual Audio-Visual Technician to deliver a high level of customer and technical services at the Museum.

The positions are required to support the Media Services Multimedia Technician and assist with day-to-day operational running and support of the Museum’s multimedia and audio-visual exhibits, event, projects and applications.  This involves both hands on support and operations, and liaison where required with third party contractors.

NOTE: These positions may work on a 7-day roster, which includes weekend shifts and public holidays and involves manual lifting

The key duties of the position include:

The successful candidates will be skilled in basic audio-visual system including audio, video and lighting.  You will need to provide effective, efficient customer service and achieve agreed services levels. In addition to this you will also:

  • perform standard technical event functions including the setup and pack down of equipment;
  • provide routine operational support for the Museum’s numerous audio visual and multimedia exhibits according to an extended hours, 7-day/week schedule;
  • assist the Manager, Media Operations in the day-to-day operations of the event, its associated peripherals and other operational needs;
  • assist in Coordinate regular maintenance of the audio visual and multimedia by third-party service contractors;
  • as part of a small team, develop skills to provide backup for other areas of the Operations team as required;
  • ensure a safe, comfortable and clean environment for all customers and other team members;
  • liaise with Museum staff;
  • 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; and
  • other duties as directed.

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