The Learning Producer is critical to the efficient and effective operation of high quality onsite, online and offsite learning programs at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House (MoAD).
This position plays a key role in coordinating and implementing the development and delivery of these highly successful programs by a high performing team of presenters in a heritage building.
This job also requires supporting professional development opportunities for teachers, tertiary students and museum colleagues; and working closely with other teams across the museum.
The Museum is open 364 days per year. After hours and weekend work may be required at times.
1. Manage the development and coordination of learning programs; including staffing, program bookings, operational systems and program delivery to ensure high quality learning experiences for schools and youth audiences.
2. Manage the development, delivery and evaluation of onsite, offsite and digital TQI identified and accredited professional learning programs for teachers.
3. Take a leadership role in the recruitment, supervision and professional development/mentoring of staff.
4. Contribute to the museum’s strategic direction for Learning.
5. Support and promote productive stakeholder engagement and relationships across the museum, within the broader museum sector and with critical external stakeholder groups including teachers, tour operators and schools communities.
6. Promote the museum and its vision to external stakeholders through social media platforms and representing the museum at analog and virtual conferences/external meetings.
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