Looking for an opportunity to build team culture and reshape how audiences engage with history and museums?
The Manager, Curatorial is accountable to the Head of Audience and Experience, and is responsible for ensuring the delivery of quality, audience-centred History Trust projects and programs that engage, inform and inspire our visitors.
Key components of the role
- Plan, research, develop and coordinate the delivery of audience-centred History Trust programs in consultation with the Head of Audience and Experience including exhibitions, collections, public, education and digital, that engage, inform, entertain and inspire our visitors.
- Coordinate the development and implementation of audience development and communication strategies that promote the contemporary relevance of (South) Australian history and the State History Collection as a leading voice for the stories of South Australia.
- Grow the South Australian history network and ensure the development and delivery of curatorial capacity building and community engagement programs with and for South Australians.
A passionate and collaborative museums professional looking to connect communities and audiences with history, collections and museums.
Some out of hours work may be required. Occasional weekend work may be required. Engagement in this role is subject to a satisfactory Department of Human Services Working with Children Check. Intrastate and interstate travel may be required.
Honours Degree in a History, Museum Studies or related field.
To apply for this position, applicants are required to submit a CV, Pre-Employment Declaration, Cover Page (refer application package) and a Capability Statement demonstrating their suitability for the role by addressing the selection criteria (Section B of the Role Statement).
Applicants should include the name, address and contact number of three (3) current referees.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted via the I Work for SA website. Job Reference: 482842