You will join the existing Education, Finance and Operations Managers to complete a small and committed management team who are passionate about inspiring cross cultural connectedness and understanding.
Key Selection Criteria
- The successful applicant will have sound knowledge of curatorial and contemporary museum practices and collection management and experience in developing engaging representations of narratives about Australian society, culture and history, in a museum setting.
The successful applicant will also:
be able to contribute to the museum’s leading educative program and work with its education team to develop innovative programs that will engage existing and new audiences.
be skilled in building external partnerships and collaborating and negotiating with internal and external stakeholders to achieve outcomes that meet the museum’s annual business plan.
be adept at driving the museum’s public engagement and image through interesting ideas and programs.
demonstrate an understanding of audience-centric practices and have the capacity to represent the Museum as an expert in Chinese Australian history.
- have strong project management skills, including forward planning, budgeting and people management skills.
Last but not least - you work best in a collaborative environment, are highly organised, can direct a quality work effort and lead and inspire up and coming Museum professionals.
The Chinese Museum is committed to child safety. All staff and volunteers must maintain a commitment to child safety standards and obtain a Working With Children check.
This is a part-time position, 3 days per week including a Thursday. Night and weekend work is required from time to time as per the Museum’s program of events.