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The Opportunity:

Based in one of Australia’s most prominent national heritage buildings, Old Parliament House, working as a Learning Facilitator, you will have excellent people skills, enjoy working with a diverse team and with school students of all ages, have a strong empathy for the vision and purpose of MoAD, and have a sound knowledge of Australian political history and experience in museum education.

About the Position:

This position is a non-ongoing 12 month placement, full-time role, working 37.5hours per week.

Within this role, you will:

  • Present engaging learning programs to school audiences onsite and online, including MoAD Digital Studio programs and digital excursions.
  • Coordinate and maintain the operational aspects of these programs including costumes, props, AV surveys, and workshop materials.
  • Assist with development, delivery, and evaluation of onsite, online, and digital Learning resources and programs.
  • Contribute to MoAD Learning by undertaking specific and designated administrative tasks, including bookings, statistics recording, program training, and project work, as directed by a supervisor.
  • Contribute to MoAD more broadly by supporting events and attending mandatory training, project, and staff meetings, and carrying out specific actions as required.

About You:

The successful applicant must demonstrate an understanding of an interest in Australian political and social history as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and cultures, and a willingness to build upon this understanding and interest.

You will exhibit excellent communication skills across a variety of contexts and platforms to diverse audiences, while maintaining strong interpersonal skills.

What we Offer:

  • An inclusive workplace community
  • A positive and supportive work culture for all employees
  • Employee superannuation contributions of 15.4%
  • Generous leave provisions including ability to purchase additional leave
  • Christmas shutdown period
  • Health initiatives including flu vaccinations and health checks
  • Employee Assistance Program


Employment with the Museum of Australian Democracy is subject to the following conditions:

Citizenship – Applicants must be an Australian Citizen.

Security Clearance – The successful applicant will be required to undergo and maintain a security clearance at the baseline level.

Working with Vulnerable People (WwVP) – The successful applicant must be able to obtain and/or maintain a Working with Vulnerable People registration.


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If you experience any problems with the application system please contact the Recruitment Officer on 02 6270 8118 or email [email protected]