Engagement, Learning and Program Developer
Sisters of Charity Heritage Centre, Potts Point
The Sisters of Charity of Australia seek to appoint an Engagement, Learning and Program Developer for their Heritage Centre.
The Sisters of Charity have a rich history in Australia beginning in 1838. The conviction and pioneering efforts of the first five Sisters and that of their foundress Mary Aikenhead, is now reflected in the work of the Sisters in present times. This new appointment will assist in communicating the history and contemporary vocation of the Sisters, by interpreting the exhibition, contemplative courtyard and Chapel.
The successful candidate will work primarily in the newly completed Heritage Centre in Potts Point, within a team of specialist personnel. This position is responsible for the development of curriculum-based programs for students, public programs and tours suitable for adult audiences, as well as innovative community engagement opportunities.
The role requires a relevant tertiary qualification and experience in both education and visitor programs in a museum or similar cultural institution. Further vital skills, conditions and details on how to apply are outlined in the information package.