The National Gallery of Australia will be presenting James Turrell: A Retrospective from 13 December 2014 to 8 June 2015. The Temporary employment register for this exhibition is currently closed but may reopen if further positions become available. Check back regularly if you are interested in applying.
NGA Level 4
Position No. 5040
$61,706 to $67,075 pa
The Gordon Darling Graduate Intern is a professional development position within the Australian Prints and Drawings Department. The Intern will be engaged in the areas of cataloguing, drafting acquisition documents and assisting with exhibition development and publications with an emphasis on web-based delivery of information on the Collection.
Suitable applicants will have relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent and a demonstrated interest and knowledge of Australian Prints with a commitment to a career in print curatorship. Sound research skills, experience with database entry and knowledge of collection management databases, preferably KE EMu will be required.
This is a full time non-ongoing employment opportunity available for a period of 12 months from April 2015. Further information is available by contacting Roger Butler on (02) 6240 6414.
Information regarding eligibility requirements for employment at the Gallery together with documentation outlining duties and selection criteria which detail the skills, experience and qualifications required is available here. The Recruitment Officer can also be contacted on (02) 6240 6447.
Applications for this position should reach the Recruitment Officer by 9 March 2015 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position closes: 2015.03.09 17:00
Employment & conditions
The National Gallery of Australia's terms and conditions of employment are set out in its Enterprise Agreement (pdf 4mb)
Please complete the personal particulars form and supply it with your application.
To be eligible for employment you must be an Australian citizen or be eligible to apply for Australian citizenship within a reasonable period of time. Successful applicants will be subject to a probationary period of employment. A security check will also apply.
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