The Museum has an exciting opportunity for a professional to join the Exhibitions Planning and Development Business Unit as an Exhibition Coordinator on a 12 month non-ongoing contract to manage the delivery of the Museum’s temporary exhibition program; produce smaller exhibitions which includes overall project management duties including the management of design contractors, development of budgets, procurement strategies and schedules, project implementation and the management of contracts and logistical support.
The Exhibition Planning and Development team is responsible for planning and producing the Museum’s temporary exhibition program.
The team has a core role in developing and maintaining an audience centred approach to the delivery of exhibition projects, and in ensuring a collaborative approach to the development of exhibitions. The team ensures that stakeholders and audiences are active participants in the development of exhibitions and the forward program.
The team is responsible for:
- The development and delivery of a forward program of temporary exhibitions which includes incoming and Museum developed exhibitions.
- Being a catalyst for idea creation processes and experimentation
- Producing and delivering of temporary exhibitions, both internally and externally developed, on a regular basis for display in the Museum’s three temporary gallery spaces.
- The delivery of new travelling exhibitions for the International and Domestic Engagement program.
- The delivery of operational systems for temporary exhibition spaces.
The successful candidate for this position will have substantial experience in creating and producing exhibitions that meet the needs of a wide variety of audiences. They will have an in depth understanding of project management procedures, budget planning, logistics management, and project reporting and risk management.
The incumbent will have proven experience in working with creative producers, curators, story tellers, program developers, stakeholders, and communities as well as collections management specialists.
They will have some knowledge of design thinking, participatory experience practice and audience engagement processes. They will be a problem solver, who is flexible, adaptable and experienced in dealing with change. A strong communicator, with proven capacity to work across multidisciplinary teams and effectively plan and organise their own work and work of others.
Ready to apply?
Visit http://www.nma.gov.au/about_us/employment and apply online.
Position contact: Vicki Northey, Program Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0262085455
Applications close 11:30pm (AEST) on Sunday, 14 August 2022.View Document-1