Senior Mountmaker (Object Support Preparator)

Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
NSW - Metro
Closing Date
Sun, 30th January 2022
Position Type
Full Time
Salary
$122,547. Package includes salary ($99,431- $110,064), plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Location
NSW - Metro
Status
Open

Senior Mountmaker (Object Support Preparator)

Powerhouse Museum, Clerk Grade 7/8

Temporary Full Time Position until December 2023

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences sits at the intersection of art, design, science and technology, plays a critical role in engaging communities with contemporary ideas and issues and is undertaking a landmark program of renewal.

The role of Senior Mountmaker is responsible for all aspects of the Mountmaking process, from planning, technical designing and fabrication to installation and documentation of mounts produced for our collection items or objects on loan as required.

The role provides leadership, coordination, expertise and support to internal and external stakeholders, while managing, delivering and maintaining high standards, considering conservation practices, safety for the collection items, WHS practices within the directed design guidelines.

The role of Senior Mountmaker (Object Support Preparator) will assist the Workshop Manager setting up the Mountmaking Department in our onsite Production Workshop over the next 6 to 8 Months. 

Position Description: Click Here

Applications Close: 30 January 2022

To Apply:  Please submit a resume and a cover letter (no longer than 5 A4 pages) outlining skills, knowledge and experience as relevant to this role. N.B. only applications submitted via the iworkfornsw.gov.au site will be accepted - click here to apply

The Powerhouse Museum welcomes applications from Indigenous Australians, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with a disability. If you have individual requirements that need to be accommodated in order to participate in the selection process and join the Museum, please indicate this in your application.

Contact

Penny.Angrick@maas.museum - Penny Angrick (Workshop Manager)

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