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SENIOR REGISTRAR, COLLECTION OPERATIONS

VPS 3.2: $68,333 gross per annum + 9.5% superannuation
Full Time, Ongoing
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 01 August 2016

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking a Senior Registrar, Collection Operations who will assist the Coordinating Registrar, Collection Operations to manage the registration aspects of permanent collection displays and to coordinate collection management activities.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
You will coordinate collection management activities, including the coordination of movement of works within gallery buildings; transport between galleries and storage sites; and collection storage maintenance.  Other key responsibilities include:

  • Coordinating collection-based exhibitions and permanent collection displays, liaising with other staff and contractors, as required.
  • Working closely with the Coordinating Registrar, Collection Operations to undertake stocktake projects, including planning, sighting, researching and reconciliation of records and documentation.
  • Undertaking regular inventories of galleries and storage areas and packing units.
  • Participating in multi-disciplinary project teams, including for specific collection exhibitions.
  • Processing new acquisitions to the NGV Collection including coordinating packing, local, national and international transport, documentation, receipting and processing of works upon arrival at the Gallery.

To be successful you will have a good knowledge of and demonstrated experience in professional museum registration methods with an emphasis on collection management, combined with appropriate experience working in an art museum environment.  You will have well developed and demonstrated skills and awareness of the conservation requirements of safe handling, packing, display and transport of works of art.

You can identify processes, tasks and resources required to achieve a goal, identifying more and less critical activities and operating accordingly, reviewing and adjusting as required.  You seek all relevant information for problem-solving, analysing issues from different perspectives and drawing sound inferences from information available, liaising with stakeholders and identifying workable solutions to problems.

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, 2016.

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MULTIMEDIA TECHNICAL MANAGER

VPS 4.1: $74,962 gross per annum + 9.5% superannuation
Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 years
Closing date for applications: 5pm on the 15 August 2016

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking a Multimedia Technical Manager to oversee the technical aspects of audiovisual display integration in exhibitions, events, and public spaces throughout the NGVI International and NGV Australia sites.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
The position requires someone with extensive experience in utilising latest audiovisual integration technologies and techniques in innovative and strategic ways, across a wide range of exciting and creative multimedia projects, such as display of contemporary and new media art, mobile and interactive technology development, digital projection and screen display, live event entertainment systems, media display and control system design and programming, and new media artwork conservation.

Working with exhibition designers, curators, artists and event designers, the position is responsible for specifying multimedia display systems that meet the creative objectives of the project and present at the high standard required of an international art museum.

Essential to the position is experience in the project management of complex audiovisual integration projects, including research and development, system design and specification, financial planning and budgeting, infrastructure planning, equipment procurement, installation and configuration, staff and contractor management, and ongoing maintenance and management of multimedia assets. Proven ability to manage multiple projects concurrently and meet deadlines in a fast paced work environment is crucial to the role.

To be successful you will have in depth knowledge in a wide range of screen and projection display technologies and techniques, such as large format, multi-screen and interactive displays, projection mapping, sound installation, live sound and vision entertainment systems, and knowledge of a wide range of audiovisual hardware and signal peripherals. Hands on installation of audiovisual hardware and signal cabling, and configuration and programming of media delivery systems and related data and networking infrastructure is also essential.

You will be able to select, develop, manage, deploy and motivate a high performing team, and be able to prepare and monitor expenditure against budgets, raising resource issues in a constructive and solution focused way.  You can produce project plans where objectives are clearly defined and action steps for achieving them are clearly specified, you regularly communicate with, and support project team members and ensure project objectives are met by anticipating and managing potential and emerging issues.

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 15, 2016.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM ASSISTANT (CASUAL POSITIONS)

VPS 2.1: $29.09 per hour + 9.5% superannuation
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 04 August, 2016

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking Education Program Assistants who will be responsible for assisting Education staff with the delivery of NGV Education Programs and ensuring participants in NGV Education Programs are welcomed and provided with information and assistance of a high standard.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
You will assist Education staff with the set-up, delivery, facilitation and pack down of Education programs, events and activities, including practical art making sessions in Education Studios, online and digital programs and documentation of programs.  You will maintain work areas, and supplies, including in Education Studio spaces. Assist with meeting and greeting of participants in Education programs and as required assist with administration tasks related to Education bookings and program organisation.

To be successful you will have skills and confidence in art making activities and knowledge of digital learning tools and platforms coupled with the proven ability to work effectively with a range of age groups including early learners, primary and secondary students, adult learners and educators. You also have a current Working with Children Check, or the ability to obtain one. You are proactive and self-starting, seizing opportunities, acting upon them and taking responsibility for your own actions.  You are adaptable, open to new ideas and recognise the merits of different options and act accordingly.

You can clearly explain information and listen to feedback. You speak clearly and concisely and keep people interested and you use a polite and considerate manner when dealing with others. You also organise information in a logical sequence and include content appropriate for the purpose of the audience.

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 4, 2016.

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SESSIONAL TEACHER (CASUAL POSITIONS)

VPS 3.1: $38.17 per hour + 9.5% superannuation
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 04 August, 2016

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking Sessional Teachers who will be responsible for delivering learning programs inspired by the NGV collection and exhibitions, ensuring participants in NGV 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 delivery 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 improvements in service delivery by communicating issues that arise on the floor or in the studio to the relevant Education staff member.

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’re 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 own actions. You are adaptable, open to new ideas and 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 4, 2016.

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SENIOR PUBLIC PROGRAMMER

VPS 4.1 – $74,962 gross per annum plus 9.5% superannuation
Parental Leave Cover
Full Time, Fixed Term for 14 months commencing September 2016
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 17 August 2016

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking a Senior Public Programmer to implement and deliver the NGV’s public programs and to manage the Public Programs team and operations.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
You will oversee the development, research, organisation, communication and management of programs, events and activities for a range of audiences, with a focus on adult visitors. Other key responsibilities include:

  • Managing the Public Programs team by aligning the team with the organisational values and goals through effective people management and modelling.
  • Assisting the Head of Audience Engagement to develop and implement strategies for public programs in line with the NGV’s vision and the strategic direction.
  • Participating in the planning and coordination of public programs for major exhibitions, NGV Collection and large-scale projects at the NGV.
  • Overseeing the development and monitoring of budgets for public programs, in liaison with the Head of Audience Engagement.

To be successful you will have experience managing an extensive cultural program for diverse audiences, supplemented by sound knowledge of, or interest in, the visual arts and experience in managing individuals or teams.

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 17, 2016.

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AUDIOVISUAL EVENT TECHNICIAN (CASUAL POSITIONS)

VPS 2.1: $30.86 per hour + 9.5% superannuation
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 08 August 2016

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking experienced Audiovisual Event Technicians to provide audiovisual services for multimedia production projects, exhibitions, events and programs at the NGV.

Successful candidates will have demonstrated experience in a technical role in the events and audiovisual industry, with a speciality in one or more of the following areas:

  • Live Sound mixing, engineering and sound system setup and configuration
  • Lighting programming and operation
  • Live Vision mixing and operation, and digital projection configuration
  • Live Camera Operation and video editing
  • Show calling, production and stage management
  • Audiovisual installation
  • Technical operation in theatres
  • Rigging

ABOUT THE POSITION:
Under direction you will perform the installation, configuration, operation and pack down of technical systems and equipment in NGV event spaces and theatres. You will ensure the highest level of technical production and customer service is achieved for all events and programs large and small.

You will liaise with Event and Program coordinators with regard to the technical requirements of event running orders, ensuring all technical systems are fully set and tested prior to start time, and that the details and timing of running orders and technical cues are understood, and  provide technical direction where necessary.

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 8, 2016.

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SENIOR AUDIOVISUAL EVENT TECHNICIAN (CASUAL POSITIONS)

VPS 3.1: $38.17 per hour + 9.5% superannuation
Closing date for applications: 5pm on the 08 August 2016

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking experienced Senior Audiovisual Event Technicians to oversee the coordination of audiovisual production requirements for events and programs in NGV event spaces.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
You will oversee the coordination of technical requirements for NGV events and programs, including the specification, installation, configuration, operation and pack down of technical systems and equipment in NGV event spaces. You will also ensure the highest level of technical production and customer service is achieved for all events large and small. Other key responsibilities include:

  • Liaising with Event staff and external clients with regard to the technical requirements of event running orders, ensuring all technical systems are fully set and tested prior to start time, and that the details and timing of running orders and technical cues are understood and met by other technical staff.
  • Supervising technical staff and contractors to ensure correct and efficient installation, rigging and handling of technical equipment. Ensuring all equipment is configured and maintained for optimum performance and quality and well organised at all times.

To be successful you will have extensive experience in a senior technical role in the events industry, and wide knowledge and expertise in all areas of technical and audiovisual event production and staging.  Coupled with proven experience in audiovisual operations management, technical direction, staff supervision and training, and team leadership in the events industry and experience in the coordination and scheduling of technical staff and contractors.

You can confidently convey ideas and information in a clear and interesting way, understanding and meeting the needs of target audiences. You constantly look for continuous improvement opportunities and ways to innovate, and encourage others to do the same.  You also make specific changes to work methods to improve outcomes, quality and timeliness of service while monitoring client and stakeholder satisfaction. You seek all relevant information for problem-solving, analysing the information from different perspectives and drawing sound inferences from information available and identifying and proposing workable solutions to problems.

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 8, 2016.

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

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