Veterans Heritage Project Manager, Victorian Collections

Australian Museums and Galleries Association Victoria (AMaGA Victoria)
VIC - Metro
Closing Date
Wed, 29th January 2020
Position Type
Full Time
Salary
$66,000 plus 9.5% superannuation
Location
VIC - Metro
Status
Open

 

The Australian Museums and Galleries Association is the national professional body for the museums and galleries sector. Australian Museums and Galleries Association Victoria – or AMaGA Victoria – is the Victorian Branch. The Veterans Heritage Project (VHP) Manager is responsible for managing the Veterans Heritage Project with RSL sub-branches and the military collections sector, and delivering operational and administrative support for Victorian Collections. 

Victorian Collections (www.victoriancollections.net.au) is an online cataloguing system for metropolitan and regional community collecting organisations to support collections management, digital cataloguing, and sharing online.  

This role is funded by the Victorian State Government’s Veterans Branch to support RSL sub-branches and other military collecting organisations.  This will involve the digitisation of collections, and providing advice on collections management, preventative conservation, and storage.   

This role requires strong communication skills and a capacity to consult third-parties including military and veterans groups, RSL sub-branches, community museums, reference groups, industry professionals, funding bodies, multicultural groups, and other peak bodies in the creative industries.

Applications for this position are invited from people with strong project management, communication and time management skills, who have experience in collections management and working with community groups.

The annual salary $66,000 plus 9.5% superannuation. There are also 4 extra paid annual leave days per annum given to all staff.

For more information about AMaGA Victoria please see our website: https://amagavic.org.au/ or contact Ella Rimington on 03 8341 7340.

Applicants must include the following in their application:

  • a covering letter addressed to Sarah Morris, Executive Director;
    2) a curriculum vitae/resume; and
    3) a response to the selection criteria.

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Interviews will be held on the 5 February 2020 at Melbourne Museum. Please contact us if you will not be available on this date.

All applications must be e-mailed to info@amagavic.org.au and received no later than 5pm on Wednesday, 29 January 2020.

Contact

Ella Rimington on 03 8341 7340

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