Career Opportunities

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) embodies the best of design ingenuity and innovation, profiling one of the world’s great collections. The Museum is a highly successful interdisciplinary institution that sits at the intersection of the arts, design, science and technology and plays a critical role in supporting the brand and vision of the city.

A career at MAAS offers an exciting opportunity for you to be part of a creative, dynamic and collaborative team at the heart of Sydney.

Applications will be accepted via the iworkfor.nsw.gov.au website.

Open Positions

Workshop Construction Coordinator

Closes January 21, 2018

Ongoing, full-time

The Workshop Construction Coordinator oversees the construction, fabrication and installation and lighting of all exhibitions, art works, collection displays and other Museum projects to meet international museum standard. The position is central to communication and problem solving within the exhibition and project development and installation.

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Indigenous STEAM Program Producer

Closes January 28, 2018

Temporary, Full Time

The Indigenous STEAM Program Producer coordinates and facilitates diverse, inter-related activities and outcomes over a twelve-month period; strengthens the presence of Indigenous cultural perspectives within the Centre for STEAM, and explores opportunities for meaningful engagement with emerging technologies with a specific focus on agriculture and robotics. Working closely with the MAAS Head of Indigenous Engagement & Strategy, the Producer will focus on the emergence of robotic and digital science with agriculture science (agri-digital) into a set of educational programs tailored for the Indigenous community.

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Registrar - Grade 2

Closes January 28, 2018

Ongoing, full-time

The Registrar Grade 2 contributes to the development of and implements Museum policies, processes and procedures encompassing collection management and administration, outgoing loans, collection stores and logistics, and documentation. Working closely with the Registration Manager, the role contributes to best practice management of the Museum’s unique collection.

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Public Programs Manager

Closes January 17, 2018

Ongoing, full-time

The Public Programs Manager provides key leadership across MAAS’s internal developed public programming, co-production, festival and partnerships programming. You are responsible for determining and evaluating the conceptual, strategic framework and context for the development and delivery of these programs, spanning all venues, and delivering across digital and physical means.

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We offer career opportunities in numerous disciplines and are always on the lookout for talented individuals for ongoing and temporary assignments. If we don’t have a current opportunity that matches your skills and experience you can register your interest in working with MAAS by completing the details below.

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