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DIGITAL COMMUNITIES COORDINATOR

VPS 3.2 $75,271 gross per annum + 9.5% superannuation
Full Time, Fixed Term for 2 Years
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 25 July, 2018

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking a Digital Communities Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating the NGV’s social media presence.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
Working with the Associate Director, Marketing and Senior Campaign Manager you will coordinate social / online strategy development (brand, exhibition, community) this includes industry research and reporting so as to ensure the NGV can be at the forefront of digital.  Other key responsibilities include:

  • Liaising with the Senior Campaign Manager to create themes and stories for all NGV social platforms and coordinate content for and management/monitoring of Twitter / Vine, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, YouTube / Vimeo, blogs, apps, as well as outreach (bloggers, influencers).
  • Spearheading the integration of social / online across all NGV marketing and otherwise (Commercial, Curatorial, Foundation, Front of House, Media, Members, Programs), ensuring that visitors to the NGV (onsite / online) can seamlessly serve as digital ambassadors.
  • Ensuring Gallery-wide social / online education and activation, enabling other NGV staff to achieve the above.
  • Coordinating social / online events / programs with influencers and target audiences in conjunction with the relevant departments.
  • Coordinating the schedule and create NGV enews for all relevant stakeholder groups, as well as provide analysis, reporting and best practice research.
  • Contributing to web content in collaboration with multimedia and audience engagement departments.

To be successful you will have a tertiary degree and practical experience in an online communications role. You possess the ability to generate new ideas, drawing on a range of information sources to identify new ways of doing things, actively influencing and promoting ideas and translating creative ideas into workplace improvements. You will prepare communications including posts, briefs, emails and reports using clear, concise and grammatically correct language and ensure that written communications contain necessary information to achieve their purpose using the appropriate style and formats. You can identify processes, tasks and resources required to achieve goals, identifying more and less critical activities and operate accordingly, planning and prioritising work to ensure outcomes are achieved.

For more details refer to the role statement attached.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this role, please send a covering letter, a separate statement addressing each of the key selection criteria as they relate to the job accountabilities and resume to jobapplications@ngv.vic.gov.au or forward your application to Job Applications, Human Resources, National Gallery of Victoria, PO Box 7259, Melbourne VIC 3004 by 5pm on July 25, 2018.

Download the role statement in Adobe Acrobat format

CONSERVATOR OF PAINTINGS

VPS 3.2: $75,271 gross per annum + 9.5% superannuation
Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 Years
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 01 August 2018

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking a Conservator of Paintings to provide specialist services for the care and conservation of paintings from the NGV Collection.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
You will contribute to the treatment programme for paintings in the NGV collection, including developing technical data, written reports and treatment proposals. Other key responsibilities include:

  • Undertaking routine and complex conservation treatments of paintings in the NGV Collection.
  • Taking on preventive conservation programs to ensure the safekeeping and preservation of paintings on display and in storage.
  • Providing advice to NGV Senior Management, Curatorial staff and key stakeholders assisting with loan requests, proposed acquisitions and the development of conservation policy.
  • Liaising and advising NGV staff to help deliver Exhibitions and displays of the NGV Collection in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Performing research into the materials and methods used in the manufacture of paintings, as well as techniques to improve preventive care and remedial treatments, where necessary.

To be successful you will have a tertiary qualification in the conservation of cultural material or equivalent professional training, specialising in the conservation of easel paintings coupled with significant experience of working within the conservation department of a major art museum. You will have the demonstrated ability to carry out complex treatments on unique and irreplaceable works of art with particular emphasis on easel paintings and experience in the examination, documentation and treatment of paintings and their materials, along with an understanding of preventive conservation strategies for the preservation of easel paintings.

For more details refer to the role statement attached.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this role, please send a covering letter, a separate statement addressing each of the key selection criteria as they relate to the job accountabilities and resume to jobapplications@ngv.vic.gov.au or forward your application to Job Applications, Human Resources, National Gallery of Victoria, PO Box 7259, Melbourne VIC 3004 by 5pm on August 1, 2018.

Download the role statement in Adobe Acrobat format

GALLERY TEACHER

VPS 3.2: $75,271 pro rata per annum + 9.5% superannuation
Part Time (5 hours per day, 5 days a week) Fixed Term for 12 Months
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 02 August 2018.

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking a Gallery Teacher who will be responsible for delivering learning programs inspired by the NGV collection and exhibitions, ensuring participants in NGV Education programs are engaged by high quality, rewarding and relevant learning experiences.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
You will use innovative teaching strategies and methods, including digital platforms, to deliver education programs aligned with current curriculum frameworks and the learning needs of visitors.  You will teach student groups across a range of subjects, year levels and abilities (early childhood, primary, secondary, special needs groups, EAL and adult) in a variety of learning contexts (onsite, online and outreach). You will deliver professional learning programs for teachers, including at conferences and seminars at the NGV and contribute to the development of leaning programs and resources.

To be successful you will have excellent teaching skills, the demonstrated ability to implement innovative teaching strategies, including the use of digital learning tools and platforms coupled with the successful attainment of an appropriate teaching qualification and current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching. You can quickly establish a natural rapport with a range of people; you are able to use spoken and written language to convey and obtain information, insights and ideas and are able to provide information to a group of people in formal and informal settings.

You are proactive and self-starting, seizing opportunities and acting upon them taking responsibility for your own actions. You are adaptable, open to new ideas, recognise the merits of different options, and act accordingly. You understand the beliefs, customs, needs and expectations of the general community, a specific community, or client group; considers situations, activities, decisions and outcomes from the perspective of how people of different ethnic, religious, professional or social identifications might see them, demonstrating an understanding of the value of diversity.

For more details refer to the role statement attached.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this role, please send a covering letter, a separate statement addressing each of the key selection criteria as they relate to the job accountabilities and resume to jobapplications@ngv.vic.gov.au or forward your application to Job Applications, Human Resources, National Gallery of Victoria, PO Box 7259, Melbourne VIC 3004 by 5pm on August 2, 2018.

Download the role statement in Adobe Acrobat format

The National Gallery of Victoria is an Equal Opportunity Employer who values diversity in the workplace. As such, the National Gallery of Victoria encourages applications from people with diverse cultural backgrounds and it is our policy to consider reasonable adjustments for qualified applicants with disabilities.

To submit an application, please send:

  • covering letter
  • statement addressing the key selection criteria in the role statement
  • your curriculum vitae (CV)

E-mail
jobapplications@ngv.vic.gov.au

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Human Resources Manager
National Gallery of Victoria
PO Box 7259
Melbourne VIC 3004