Producer, Public Programs

Job title: Producer, Public Programs

Company: State Government of Victoria

Job description: Museums Victoria is a diverse and exciting place to work. Across our museums and destinations—Melbourne Museum, Royal Exhibition Building, Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, Melbourne Planetarium and IMAX cinemas—we present unique and extraordinary experiences for more than 2 million visitors each year, who come from all over Australia and around the world.To learn more about Museums Victoria, please visitTHE OPPORTUNITY:Australia’s largest public museum organisation is seeking a dynamic Producer, Public Programs to produce and deliver exceptional public programs and events aligned to Museums Victoria’s vision, mission, and business objectives to engage and build our diverse audiences, with a core focus on Melbourne Museum audiences.Working as part of a multi-museum public programs, education and events team the role requires a highly organised, responsive individual who is an excellent communicator and committed to exceptional audience experiences.Key duties of this position include: * Co-ordinate, develop and deliver exceptional public programs, events and festival programs, to ensure audience engagement objectives, experience outcomes, and key business objectives are met.

  • In collaboration with internal stakeholders, identify trends, audience insights and opportunities to refine program strategies to effectively attract and engage diverse audiences.
  • Manage staff, communications, budgets and resources to produce exceptional programs.
  • Maintain administrative systems, procedures and schedules to ensure effective co-ordination of programs and associated performance reporting.’
  • Develop stakeholder relationships, partnerships, and professional networks, in collaboration with internal stakeholders, to support the Museum and Public Programs department’s objectives including opportunities to increase audience representation and visitation, and visibility, support and advocacy for programs and other initiatives.
  • Initiate and monitor audience evaluation and marketing of programs and use data to support continuous improvement of program outcomes and to align to Museums Victoria’s brand and quality expectations.
  • Contribute to a workplace culture that is diverse, innovative, responsive, inclusive, safe and which reflects Museums Victoria’s values.
  • Comply with Museum Victoria’s policies and procedures and with relevant legislation and regulations eg Child Safe Standards.

Please see our Role Statement (attached) for a copy of the full Key Selection Criteria and Duties.OTHER INFORMATION:This role is a full-time and fixed-term (12 month) position and requires some weekend and evening availability and the ability to work at our different museum locations.The salary on offer is $92,332 per annum (Base of grade) plus 11.5% superannuation.HOW TO APPLY:To apply, please submit the following:

  • A brief cover letter that outlines your interest in this role.
  • A current CV detailing relevant experience.
  • A brief document outlining your responses to the Key Selection Criteria

Please note: Applications that do not include the above elements will not be considered.Applications Close: 11:59 pm Monday, 5 August 2024

Expected salary: $92332 – 104762 per year

Location: Melbourne, VIC

Job date: Sun, 21 Jul 2024 04:15:22 GMT

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