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Tāmaki Paenga Hira: Tui tui hono tangata, whenua me te moana.

Auckland War Memorial Museum: Connecting through sharing stories of people, lands and seas

Auckland Museum is a much-loved culture and heritage organisation at the heart of Auckland’s identity, committed to outstanding management of its world-class collections, developing and sharing engaging content through its galleries, exhibition, events, educational programmes and the permanent and volunteer staff who tell the Museum’s stories. We are Auckland’s home of commemoration as well as the country’s oldest research institution and a major tourist destination.

The Collection Manager, Pacific is responsible for the expert management, cataloguing, physical/digital care and processing of the Museum’s Pacific collections. This full-time and permanent role works closely with the Curator Pacific, Associate Curator Pacific, Associate Curator Contemporary World and the Human History Collection Managers. This busy and interesting role provides physical, digital and intellectual access to collections through retrievals, viewings, and responding to enquiries, processes new acquisitions and assists with the Museum’s loans, exhibitions and public programmes as required.

Desired Skills and Experience

To be successful in this role, you will offer;

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You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to apply for this permanent position. You can review the full position description here.

Auckland Museum offers a rich and fulfilling work life where we embrace diversity and nurture our bicultural capability as demonstrated in our Teu le Va and He Korahi Maori strategies. We also offer a range of great benefits such as flexible work and leave and an award-winning wellbeing programme.

This is a great opportunity for someone looking to be part of a fabulous New Zealand organisation committed to telling our national and Auckland stories, reflecting our unique place in the South Pacific.

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