A catalyst for creative expression and curious minds.

We are Australia’s contemporary museum for excellence and innovation in applied arts and sciences. We are uniquely placed to demonstrate how technology, engineering, science and design impact Australia and the world.

With a unique collection, iconic venues, and the ability to engage audiences of all ages, we balance the management of our assets and collections with a public responsibility to build knowledge and engagement. We achieve our goals through four strategic ambitions: Curiosity, Creativity, Collaboration, and Sustainability. These ambitions are interdependent; and we value and foster a whole-of-organisation approach to our work.

The Digital & Media Team is responsible for the production, support and delivery of technology-based on-site, off-site and online program and projects.

This team comprises three units: Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Digital Media Production and Media Technologies.

ICT provides key infrastructure systems that support the Museum’s program and business needs. The Digital Media Production 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. The Media Technologies unit provides digital, electronic, audio and visual implementation, operations, maintenance and support to ensure that our on-site experiences (venues, exhibition technologies, interactive elements and public areas) across all sites are of the highest standard.

As the Media Production Manager you will manage and develop the Museum’s delivery of world class media production, digital and online activities to enhance our reputation, and ensure they are best optimised to deliver on our mission. You manage a team of media and digital production specialists, and work with external and third party partners to deliver exceptional digital and media experiences.

Specifically you will provide leadership in the development and implementation of exciting, innovative digital media programs that address the needs of audiences; ensure appropriate linkages across programs within the Group and their integration across the major business initiatives of the organisation.  You will also project manage and support content development and technical and design infrastructure projects.

Your role also involves devising, developing and overseeing on-line initiatives; acting as the Lead Digital Creative Producer for all MAAS, and leading all digital production across media and online. This is a hands-on role, actively participating in the production, development and delivery of digital and media projects.

Core competencies required to succeed in this role include managing self, a strong commitment to customer service and working collaboratively, influencing and negotiation skills of the highest order, excellent planning, prioritisation and project management skills, a track record of inspiring direction and purpose while optimising business outcomes.

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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.