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Under the broad direction of the Manager of Learning:

  1. Use various digital technologies to design, develop, implement and review high quality learning programs and resources for school students and teachers who visit the museum in an onsite and online capacity. Programs are to align with the learning role of the Museum and the Australian Curriculum.
  2. Deliver learning programs in an engaging manner to students of different ages in both an independent and co-presenting capacity. Experience from a teaching or training role and knowledge of and interest in Australian political/social history is required. Tertiary qualifications in Education/Australian History would be highly desirable.
  3. Work in a fast paced environment both individually and as a part of a team, with a diverse range of people including museum staff, volunteers, tenants, contractors and visitors. Provide leadership to staff through the development and implementation of training programs for team members and the supervision of daily learning programs.
  4. Demonstrated knowledge and capacity to apply Work Health and Safety principles within a work and team environment.


The successful candidate will be:

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