Education Project Officer
Education Project Officers research, devise and oversee the delivery of high-quality, formal and informal education programs and initiatives for school and community organisations onsite, online and offsite.
This role is focused on the development and delivery of education programs and content for primary school audiences, in particular education and community programs and interactions delivered in the Australian Museum’s new Burra Learning Place. You can read more about Burra on our website
We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic educator, with a passion for developing authentic and engaging education experiences for primary school aged children and students. The successful applicant will have a background in education and/or equivalent experience and be able to advocate for the needs of students, teachers and children in projects across the Australian Museum’s remit.
You will have:
- Ability to teach a variety of education programs and experience in and understanding of how to translate complex scientific and cultural content for students and community audiences of a range of ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
- Demonstrated experience in education program development.
- Understanding, knowledge and interest in natural sciences, climate solutions, First Nations and Pasifika cultures, and cultural heritage issues
- Tertiary qualifications in Education, and/or extensive experience in a similar role.
- Hold a valid NSW Working with Children clearance
Knowledge & Experience
- Current knowledge and working experience to deliver the Key Accountabilities and perform to the Focus Capabilities outlined in this Role Description
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