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We are Australia’s foremost contemporary museum for excellence in Applied Arts and Sciences, uniquely placed to demonstrate how Design, Technology, Engineering and Science impact Australia and the World!

The Museum is a place of Excellence and Innovation, valuing Courage, Passion and Integrity. You will work with a vibrant and dynamic team, developing and delivering world-class media, digital and online production, to ensure our reputation is renowned on the World Stage!

The Digital Studio Manager will love a challenge and will encourage and inspire the delivery of innovative and exciting digital media programs that delight our audiences.


The Digital Studio unit combine the skills of online, photography and video production to digitise and document collections, create interactive and educational content projects, working closely with teams across Programming, Exhibitions, Strategic Collections and Marketing. This unit develops and manages content development, as well as coordinating design, sourcing of assets and implementation.

This role will deliver leadership to the Digital Studio unit in the development and implementation of exciting, innovative digital media programs that address excite and delight audiences; ensure active linkages across programs within the Group and their integration across the major business initiatives of the organisation; project manage and support content development and technical and design infrastructure projects.

A key accountability will be to contribute to the development of the digital and technology strategy; engage stakeholders around the key objectives and implement operational plans to deliver the strategy; collaborate and coordinate with Programs, Curatorial, Collections & Exhibitions staff to ensure that effective programs are facilitated and that public access outcomes are achieved

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Note: New employment legislation applies to the NSW public sector with effect from 24 February 2014.  All current and new Public Service non-executive employees will be employed at a classification level and assigned to a role rather than appointed to a position.  Employees may be re-assigned to other roles at the same classification over time, in line with organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

To be eligible to apply for this role you must meet these requirements


  1. Degree in technology or related discipline and with demonstrated experience in managing across a diverse range of technical and digital production infrastructure in the museum or cultural sector.


  1. Knowledge of state-of-the-art digital technologies and successful experience implementing major technology initiatives, coupled with an understanding of the full spectrum of digital activities.

Other – The successful applicant is required to undergo, and for new employees meet the cost of a National Police Records Check, and be assessed as suitable.

Your application must include:

Cover Letter – No more than two A4 pages. Must include short statements in response to the two targeted questions below (drawn from the Core Competencies required in the Role Description)There are no selection criteria to address

Resume – No more than three A4 pages.  Must be up to date with current employment, and clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role. Must include referee contacts. We will not contact referees without your consent.

Question 1 – Provide a case study for a recent media project or initiative.  Explain your understanding of audience need, methodology and stakeholder engagement.  How did it achieve its stated goals and objectives?

Question 2 – Describe a project/initiative where resources were limited.  How did you ensure the project was successful and completed on time?

Your cover letter and resume will need to be submitted as PDF attachments on your candidate file application on Taleo/ Jobs NSW.