Search
Close this search box.

Manager, Learning Onsite and Outreach – MoAD

Vacancy Details
Closing Date
02/06/2024 12:00 am
Institution
Museum of Australian Democracy - Old Parliament House
Salary
$110,115 to $120,900
Employment status
Full-time ongoing
Location
Parkes ACT
Contact name
Stephanie Smith Contact Phone (02) 6270 8154
Contact email

This position plays a key role in our Learning senior leadership team and involves collaborating with others, as well as supervising and training a high performing team of museum educators in a heritage building.  

The Onsite and Outreach Learning Manager will lead a dynamic team of educators to develop and deliver consistent, exemplary civics-based learning initiatives.

This role will specifically help develop and implement a strategic plan focused on increasing onsite school visitation and expanding our outreach offerings to both local ACT schools and interstate. They will bring an innovative approach, expert knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and practical understanding of contemporary teaching practices. This role will build new stakeholder relationships, grow our program offerings, including establishing a Learning Workshop space, enabling the Museum to meet its strategic objectives and mission as a nationally recognised leader in civics education.

The Museum is open 364 days per year.

Suitable candidates may be placed in a merit pool from this selection process and the pool may be used to fill similar ongoing or non-ongoing roles. Non-ongoing vacancies filled from a merit pool may be offered as a specified term. Applicants may have their application and assessment results shared with other Australian Public Service (APS) agencies looking to fill similar roles.

The key duties of the position include:

Under the direction of the Head of Museum Experience, Learning and Operations the Learning Manager will be required to:

  • Lead the Museum’s learning engagement initiatives to deliver high quality onsite and outreach learning experiences for school audiences on time and within budget.
  • Develop and implement a strategic learning plan, including ongoing evaluation of MoAD’s Learning programs and products, continually refining and improving the Museum’s onsite and outreach learning offerings to students and teachers.
  • Provide leadership in the understanding of contemporary pedagogy in classrooms and museum settings to meet the Museum’s civics and citizenship mission.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with relevant internal and external stakeholders, including other national cultural agencies, education departments, project partners, civics education partners, teacher associations, schools and universities.
  • Manage the team’s budget, procurement activities, business planning and reporting processes.

 

Eligibility

Employment with the Museum of Australian Democracy is subject to the following conditions:

  • Citizenship – To be eligible for employment with MoAD, applicants must be an Australian Citizen.
  • Security Clearance – The successful applicant will be required to undergo and maintain a security clearance at the baseline level.

 

Notes

This is an ongoing opportunity.

This role involves interstate travel.

It may also involve out of hours and weekend work at times.

Suitable candidates may be placed in a merit pool from this selection process and the pool may be used to fill similar ongoing or non-ongoing roles. Non-ongoing vacancies filled from a merit pool may be offered as a specified term. Applicants may have their application and assessment results shared with other Australian Public Service (APS) agencies looking to fill similar roles.

RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy. Under the RecruitAbility scheme you will be invited toparticipate in further assessment activity for the vacancy if you choose to apply under thescheme; declare you have a disability; and meet the minimum requirements for the job. Formore information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability