As a Curator you will take a key role in the conceptual development and delivery of collection, exhibition and research projects, publications, outreach programs and visitor services. You will be responsible for:
- Developing, researching and documenting the National Historical Collection and contributing to the development of collections policy and systems;
- Leading research and content development for main galleries, temporary and travelling exhibitions, public programs, publications and other products;
- Providing expertise relating to either social, political, Indigenous and/or environmental history;
- Consulting stakeholders and representing the Museum in external and internal forums and discussions as required;
- Developing work plans, managing budgets and supervising staff for specific projects;
- Ensuring the content needs of other business units throughout the Museum are serviced; and
- Ensuring that you have sufficient supervision, instruction and equipment to undertake your work safely.
Curators are encouraged to publish in the Museum’s three thematic areas and in museology, and to participate in broader curatorial forums and events.
Please Note: Only ongoing APS employees can apply i.e. if you are employed under APS Act or Parliamentary Act.
Contact: [email protected]
To apply or for further information please visit our website www.nma.gov.au/employment