First Peoples Education Programs Producer

Museums Victoria is a diverse and exciting place to work. Have you thought of working at Museums Victoria? Join the First Peoples Experiences team as a First Peoples Education Programs Producer (0.6FTE) with opportunity to grow and develop.
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Department: Museums Victoria
Work Type: Fixed term - part time
Job Function: Arts and Sports
Classification: VPSG4
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/MV/9714
Closing Date: 18-Apr-2024
Salary Range: $92,332 - $104,762
Job Duration: 3 years
Attachments: MV 9714 First Peoples Education Programs Producer Role Statement March 2024.pdf (PDF, 123KB)


Contact: Nadya Tkachenko
ntkachenko@museum.vic.gov.au

Position Details

First People Education Programs Producer

Museums Victoria is a diverse and exciting place to work. Have you thought of working at Museums Victoria? Join the First Peoples Experiences team as a First Peoples Education Programs Producer (0.6FTE) with opportunity to grow and develop.

ABOUT MUSEUMS VICTORIA:

Museums Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing community and visitor access, exhibitions, activities and events across: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building

To learn more about Museums Victoria, please visit About us - Museums Victoria

ABOUT THE POSITION:

The primary responsibility of the First Peoples Education Programs Producer will be to develop and deliver education programs to meet the learning needs of diverse education audiences; including school students, international and tertiary students, and teachers, as well as cultural programs for indigenous students to Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre.

NOTABE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Experience developing and delivering learning programs aligned with the Victorian Curriculum,
  • High-level communication skills, and ability to communicate effectively with students, teachers and colleagues
  • Connection to First Peoples communities 
  • Experience co-ordinating projects

To be successful in this role, you will need to be a passionate and creative educator.  

Some of the key duties include: 

  • Research, develop and deliver curriculum-based programs for education groups to Bunjilaka Cultural Centre in accordance with Museums Victoria's objectives and priorities, and aligned with current Department of Education curriculum.
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  • Develop and advocate quality teaching and learning programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students through research and by engaging with a broad range of stakeholders including First Peoples communities, schools, government, the education sector and First Peoples community-controlled organisations.

 

  • Develop and deliver Professional Learning programs and resources for teachers 

 

  • Develop and deliver virtual learning programs for students and teachers using a range of digital tools

 

  • Regularly evaluate education programs and analyse student and teacher feedback for continuous improvement and for reporting purposes.

 

  • Identify and monitor external education sector changes and insights, including best practice in First Nations education, truth telling and social justice, and provide advice to staff and senior management.

 

NOTE: This position is only open to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants in accordance with relevant Commonwealth, State and Territory legislation.

OTHER INFORMATION

This is a part-time position at 0.6 FTE (3 days per week) fixed term of 3 years.  The salary on offer is $92,332 based on grade (pro rata) + 11% superannuation.

 

HOW TO APPLY?

To view the position description, visit Careers - Museums Victoria. From our Current Vacancies page, select “All Jobs” and click on the link for this job's listing. 

To apply, please click “Apply for this Job” at the bottom of the job listing page. 

For more information about this position, please contact Nadya Tkachenko ntkachenko@museum.vic.gov.au

Please submit the three following documents with your application: 

  • Your Cover Letter.
  • Your Resume.
  • A written response addressing the Key Selection Criteria as outlined in our Role Statement (Please refer to attached document).

Please note: If you are interested in applying for this role but are worried you may not meet the selection criteria, please contact us to discuss this opportunity in more detail.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Wednesday 18th April, (11.59 pm)

 


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