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Gallery Development is responsible for the development of permanent exhibitions that are part of the Memorial’s Development Project. The program includes the planning, development, implementation of 15,000sqm of permanent exhibitions. The purpose of this position is to manage the collaboration and direction of internal and external creative and technical groups in creating and delivering multimedia experiences for the Project.

The  Multimedia Project Manager is accountable for planning and coordination of integrated, and innovative multimedia experiences for the exhibition and associated extended programs, from concept through to integration with the Memorial’s existing systems and technical, maintenance and management standards. This includes providing leadership, knowledge, and expertise to the project team from the development of the concept through to the completion of the production and overseeing commissioning.

The position requires experience in the delivery of digital creative projects within the museum or cultural sector; a thorough understanding and appreciation of contemporary museum or creative practices; the ability to contribute to several projects simultaneously at various phases; and high-level communication and liaison skills.

Core Responsibilities

  • Manage the development and implementation of highly engaging multimedia experiences to suit broad audiences.
  • Develop innovative concepts and principles in the design and delivery of engaging in-gallery experiences.
  • Develop and implement a range of documentation including creative briefs and specifications, requests for quotes, contracts and contract management, budget estimates and tracking, hardware and software schedules to ensure that all technical requirements meet the project scope.
  • Work collaboratively to establish design, operational, and maintenance standards for external media contractors to meet sustainable and integrated Memorial processes and quality.
  • Coordinate the work of external contractors and internal stakeholders in order to implement, document and setup delivery and maintenance processes for all Development Project digital activities.
  • Provide leadership, guidance, and supervision to the Multimedia Coordinator and other technical staff, including monitoring and prioritising the work of the team against the agreed scope of the Development Project.
  • Implement and manage appropriate processes for effective scheduling, monitoring, budgeting, tracking, and reporting of all project activities.
  • Management of digital assets, including image orders using the Memorial’s digital asset management system and collection management system.
  • Knowledge of emerging and evolving technologies and display techniques applicable for museums or the cultural sector.
  • Assist in managing demands and expectations of stakeholders so they remain aligned with the Development Project scope.
  • Apply rapid prototyping techniques to enhance early demonstrations of user interaction with exhibition ideas and concepts.

The Memorial is committed to workplace diversity and maintains an environment that values the contribution of people from different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. The Memorial welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, veterans, mature age people, people from diverse backgrounds, and people with a disability. To be eligible for ongoing or non-ongoing employment, Australian Citizenship is required.

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