The Museum has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and talented professional to join the Visitor Experience business unit as an APS 4 Education Officer.About the role
The Museum has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and talented professional to join the Visitor Experience business unit as an APS 4 Education Officer. The successful candidate will work with the education team to plan, develop and deliver engaging curriculum-aligned programs associated with the Museum’s collection, exhibitions, ideas and themes to school groups. The Education Officer will also assist with administrative and other tasks associated with specific programs, including communicating program and event information across the Museum and evaluating programs.
The successful candidate will liaise with teachers, students and members of the public on a regular basis. Note: This position may require some work on weeknights, weekends and public holidays. It may also involve some strenuous physical activity and interstate travel from time to time.
For this position, the successful candidate will have experience developing and delivering educational programs to students. You will have a strong understanding of, and interest in, Australian history and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and cultures. You will be keen to work within a dynamic and collaborative team and will be highly motivated to work, sometimes with limited supervision.
You will work in a fast paced environment where priorities shift and your ability to be flexible and adapt to change is paramount. Qualifications related to education are desired.
- Flexible working arrangements
- Great workplace culture
Schools and Engagement team, Public Engagement Division at the National Museum of Australia located in Acton, ACT.