Exhibitions Support Officer
$46,717.20 - $53,406.41 (includes Super and Annual leave loading) 0.6 EFT
- Permanent Part-Time Role
- Development Opportunities
- Supportive Team Environment
The Shire of Nillumbik is located 25 kilometres from Melbourne's CBD. The Shire covers an area of 430 square kilometres with the southern boundary of the Shire being the Yarra River, and the North-Eastern boundary extending to the Kinglake Ranges.
Nillumbik Shire Council offers its community a wide range of services from all of life stage care and development programs, environmental, leisure and recreational opportunities, through to vibrant tourism, cultural and artistic programs and events, and includes a state-of-the-art waste management system and infrastructure.
Feedback from staff about why they enjoy working at Nillumbik is about the people, helping our community and the diverse and ever changing landscape of Local Government.
About the Role
The Exhibition Support Officer is responsible for the delivery of a range of arts and cultural development outcomes. Critical to the role is the ability to deliver a rolling community gallery exhibition program, technical exhibition and programming skills and the ability to develop and grow social media engagement.
- Coordinate the Eltham Library Community Gallery
- Deliver a gallery public program
- Support Nillumbik Shire exhibitions
- Coordinate Arts and Cultural Development social media platforms
Skills and experience
- Ability to effectively coordinate a community exhibition program
- Technical skills in the physical setup and deinstall of exhibitions
- Ability to effectively deliver gallery public outreach programs
- Ability to coordinate social media campaigns
- Mentor community in best practise exhibition standards
- Work with the Curator and Collections Officer on the Nillumbik Art Collection
- Bring your creative flare to gallery public program
How to apply
- Read the Position Description
- To obtain any additional information regarding this position please contact Simon Doyle, Coordinator Arts and Cultural Development on 9433 3758 for a confidential discussion.
- Click on Apply Now
Applications close at 10pm on the 18 February 2020 and applicants will receive an email confirming receipt of their application at the time it is submitted. If you have not received confirmation within 12 hours, please contact Human Resources on (03) 9433 3253.
Nillumbik Shire Council is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, and strongly encourages applications from people from all walks of life. We believe diversity of thinking fosters innovation and delivers better outcomes for everyone, and we value a workforce that's a match for our diverse community.
Successful applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and agree to provide information for pre-employment checks, if required for the position (which may include police records checks).