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Conservator, Program Grade 3 – MAAS

Vacancy Details
Closing Date
30/06/2024 11:59 pm
Institution
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
Salary
$133,112. Package includes base salary ($112,559 - $118,489), plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading
Employment status
Full-time. Temporary full-time till 30 December 2027 with possibility to become ongoing
Location
Sydney Region / Sydney - Inner West
Contact name
Dr Meredith Freeman
Contact email

Powerhouse Museum

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced & driven Conservator – Program to join The Powerhouse Museum Team.

This role is for an experienced conservator to implement best practice to conserve and develop the Powerhouse extensive collection with a focus on working collaboratively to enable delivery of programs across all museum sites with an emphasis on the Parramatta Program schedule. Key internal program deliverables include exhibition, public and associated programs, and external stakeholders.

About Powerhouse

Through the renewal and across its platforms, Powerhouse will redefine museums in the 21st century by renegotiating the terms of engagement with communities, radically returning to and reckoning with its legacy as a museum of industry and fortifying its vital role in the cultural and economic ecosystems of NSW, Australia and the world. In 2024, the Powerhouse, one of Australia’s oldest and most important cultural institutions, continues the delivery of its renewal program across its five platforms, Powerhouse Parramatta, Powerhouse Ultimo, Powerhouse Castle Hill, Sydney Observatory and Powerhouse Digital, our space to tell stories and provide new levels of access to the Powerhouse Collection of over 500,000 objects. To find out more, take a tour through powerhouse.com.au

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This recruitment may be used to create a Talent Pool for similar future roles (ongoing or temporary) that may arise over the next 18 months.

We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.