• Manage and lead the overall PAHSMA education program and with the Director, Public Programs set the strategic direction and approach of the program; including identifying new opportunities and approaches
  • Research, develop and deliver curriculum-based programs and experiences across the three PAHSMA sites in accordance with the organisation’s objectives and priorities, and consistent with current curriculum
  • Research, develop and deliver innovative life-long learning programs and experiences across the three PAHSMA sites in accordance with the organisation’s objectives and priorities. This may include developing content for interpretative experiences such as exhibitions.
  • Provide guidance, including professional advice on curricula, teaching methodology, student engagement and learning styles, to PAHSMA staff involved in the delivery of programs and identify opportunities to use programs across venues and in a range of contexts
  • Lead the development and delivery of virtual learning programs for students and teachers using a range of digital tools
  • Regularly evaluate education programs and analyse student and teacher feedback to identify improvement opportunities and for reporting purposes
  • Identify and monitor relevant external trends and issues, and provide advice on these to staff and senior management
  • Deliver the training of, and provide ongoing feedback to, PAHSMA staff who present education programs
  • Build and maintain professional relationships with relevant stakeholders, including educators, the Tasmanian Department of Education and funding bodies, for the promotion, support, development and delivery of learning programs both on and off site
  • Manage and mentor the Education Programs Officer and other more junior staff as required
  • Contribute as required to the delivery of other Interpretation and Experience programs and projects

Essential Requirements

Evidence of the following must be presented prior to appointment to this position:

  • An appropriate degree of at least three years duration, or equivalent, as provided by a University relevant to the professional duties to be undertaken.
  • Working With Vulnerable People Registration

Desirable Requirements

Understanding of contemporary cultural heritage issues, particularly in relation to learning and interpretation in the context of a National and World Heritage listed cultural property

  • Post-graduate qualification in cultural heritage First Aid
  • Current Driver’s License
  • Industry recognised professional affiliations

Statement of Duties and Associated Documents

How to apply

Please apply online by clicking the ‘Apply for Job’ button. (You will be redirected to the jobs.tas.gov.au website).

In order to be considered for this position it is a requirement that you address the selection criteria which are located in the Statement of Duties.

Refer to the ‘Information for Applicants’ document for further information.

Please note, attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.

If you are unable to submit your application online, please contact the PAHSMA Recruitment Officer on (03) 6251 2357.

For more information contact:

Tracey Rainbird
People and Culture
(03) 6251 2357

Applications close: Tuesday, 30 November, 2021 11:55 PM AEST