Project Registration Officer - Cultural Institutions Facility
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External Vacancy – Open to Everyone
Art Gallery of South Australia
$56,987 - $61,301
02 Feb 2023
Opportunity to work closely with SA’s dynamic collection.
Play a role in a significant cultural project.
Multiple positions - 1 year contracts.
The Project Registration
Officer - CISF contributes to the preparation,
packing, transition, and relocation of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s
(AGSA) collection objects to the new Cultural Institutions Storage Facility
(CISF). The CISF project will support the ongoing management and care of the
AGSA collection, which includes paintings, sculptures, textiles, furniture,
decorative arts and works on paper, to best practice museum standards.
- The Incumbent will be required to participate in the department's Performance Management Program.
- The Incumbent may be assigned to another position at this remuneration level or equivalent.
- Some work outside of normal hours will be required.
- This role requires a National Criminal History check.
- Experience or knowledge in Museum standard best practice art handling
Demonstrated ability to work to competing deadlines.
- Ability to work independently under broad direction and as a member of a cohesive team.
- High level manual dexterity and fitness.
- MR-class truck and forklift licence preferred.
- Two full-time positions and one part-time position (15 hrs per week) available.
For more information please see the role description:
About the Department
The Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC) drives the Premier's priorities in South Australia.
Our staff enjoy working with colleagues who value integrity, knowledge and intellectual capability.
They are committed to providing personal advice and services, and more importantly, don't see what they do as "just a job".
They exemplify the public sector purpose: Making a difference so South Australia thrives.
About the Business
The Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) was founded in 1881 with the mission to serve the South Australian and wider communities by providing access to AGSA's significant art collection and temporary exhibition program. In addition, AGSA presents a dynamic program of temporary exhibitions, focus exhibitions of International and Australian Art, together with flagships offerings that include: Adelaide Biennial, Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Art and the Ramsay Prize. The collection comprises over 46,000 works of art spanning 2,000 years allowing our audience to comprehend the past, navigate the present and imagine the future in art and culture. AGSA contributes to cultural cohesion, social well-being, creativity, engaged citizenship and economic life in South Australia.
Enquiries to Georgia Hale - Associate Registrar Collections
0434 933 927
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time.
Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.