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Senior Curator

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art
Executive Level 2
Position 4401
$111,051 - $126,917 pa

The National Gallery of Australia is seeking an experienced, highly motivated person with an established reputation in gallery curatorial practice, appropriate Indigenous cultural awareness, community experience and highly developed organisational skills for the position of Senior Curator Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art.

The position is responsible for the development, management, research and display of the National Gallery of Australia's collection of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art and related exhibitions program. The successful applicant will have relevant qualifications, proven community representation and liaison skills, extensive knowledge of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art field combined with museum or gallery experience.

This is an ongoing position. Further information about this position may be obtained by contacting Simon Elliott on (02) 6240 6733.

Information regarding eligibility requirements for employment at the Gallery together with documentation outlining the duties, selection criteria and the skills, experience and qualifications required for this position is available here. The Recruitment Officer can also be contacted on (02) 6240 6447.

Applications for this position should reach the Recruitment Officer by 21 August 2014 at recruitment@nga.gov.au or GPO Box 1150, Canberra ACT 2601 or facsimile (02) 6270 6407.

Position closes: 2014.08.21 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.

The National Gallery of Australia values Workplace Diversity.