• 12 month Full Time Fixed Term Role
  • Band 3.1.01 $64,749 plus super
  • Opportunity to work in one of Melbourne’s most iconic venues

About Arts Centre Melbourne

At Arts Centre Melbourne, we bring people together for remarkable experiences.

Sitting beneath our iconic Spire, we’re Australia’s largest and busiest performing arts centre. Each year we stage more than 4,000 performances and public events and welcome over 3 million people through our doors. In fact, as a cultural and architectural landmark in our nation’s cultural capital, we’ve showcased the best of Australian and international performing arts for over 30 years.

We’re proudly the home of our flagship Resident Companies – The Australian Ballet, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Theatre Company and Opera Australia – and a range of presenters who collectively bring our stages and spaces to life.

Together with our own program of performances, events and activities we offer a diversity of audiences a distinctly multidimensional approach to participation, education and entertainment. We’re also home to Australia’s national archive of performing arts, the Australian Performing Arts Collection, which encompasses the history of circus, dance, music, opera and theatre.

The Collection is a centrepiece of the vision for Arts Centre Melbourne’s Reimagining project, which aims to transform the Theatres Building, create a new public realm, and introduce a purpose-built fourth campus, which will become home to an expanded Australian Music Vault, and a new Australian Performing Arts Gallery to showcase the Collection in a major new tourism and cultural drawcard.

Our organisational values describe behaviours we demonstrate in our interactions with visitors, presenters, government and each other: Leadership, Community, Care More and Creativity.

For a glimpse into Arts Centre Melbourne click here.


About the Business Unit

The purpose of Collections is to enrich and inspire diverse audiences through the understanding and enjoyment of Australian performing arts history.

The objectives of the Business Unit are:

  • To be Australia’s leading museum for the performing arts and create a world class venue to showcase the Australian Performing Arts Collection.
  • To demonstrate excellence in the care, development, preservation, documentation, and display of the Australian Performing Arts Collection
  • To provide our audiences with meaningful experiences through dynamic exhibitions and public programmes, and innovative digital engagement.
  • To recognise and celebrate our diverse communities and their role in the visual and performing arts
  • To support contemporary practitioners through active collecting, exhibiting and commissioning

About the Position
As the Digital Content Coordinator you will be responsible for developing, maintaining and supporting digital content and platforms for onsite exhibitions, and other projects as required, related to the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Australian Performing Arts Collection and the Public Art Collection.

To be successful you will require:

  • An appropriate tertiary qualification in multimedia studies &/or equivalent depth of knowledge in digital multimedia and/or media arts.
  • Demonstrated practical skills, literacy and experience with numerous digital systems and platforms, their functions and integration including operating, updating and managing content, media assets and Content Management Systems.
  • Demonstrated experience in scoping, scheduling, delivering, updating and maintaining online and physical digital content.
  • Demonstrated experience, competency, understanding and application of both PC and MAC and associated software and programing scripts and codes such as MS Office suite, collection management and location information systems such as EMu, IMu and MV Wise, Sitecore, the Adobe Creative suite, HTML etc.
  • Demonstrated documentation, proofreading, editing and image manipulation skills with attention to detail. Excellent writing skills including grammar, punctuation and creativity.
  • Demonstrated experience in project management, organisation and planning skills; proven ability to manage competing deadlines, work on multiple projects simultaneously and deliver projects to tight deadlines and within budget.
  • Extensive knowledge and demonstrated experience of national and international principles, practices, standards and ethics relating to the management of digital content within a cultural collections context.

Arts Centre Melbourne employees enjoy a range of benefits including:

  • Opportunity to receive free house seats and complimentary tickets to our shows
  • Organisational-wide learning and development and wellbeing programs
  • Discounted commuter benefits and onsite car-parking
  • Access to health care insurance at competitive rates
  • Food and beverage discounts at our staff café and surrounding restaurants.

Interested applicants must address the key criteria in their cover letter and submit together with a current resume as one combined document. Please refer to the position description below for further information, including the key criteria.

To submit your application, please apply via our website http://careers.artscentremelbourne.com.au/cw/en/job/492305/digital-content-coordinator by Tuesday 10 July 2018  

Applications are open to those with full-working rights in Australia
Arts Centre Melbourne is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Download File Digital Content Coordinator.pdf

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