Public Programmes Manager

New Zealand Maritime Museum

•    Create a bold vision for Maritime Museum's public programmes
•    Inspiring environment working alongside passionate people
•    Permanent, full-time opportunity
He angitūtanga: The opportunity
As the Public Programmes Manager, you will be responsible for leading the planning and execution of the Museum’s public programmes calendar. You'll oversee the strategic development of highly engaging and focused programmes to maintain and engage new and diverse audiences with Maritime Museum.
Maritime Museum is committed to creating a rich and varied calendar of public programmes which includes complimentary programmes for temporary exhibitions, regular family programmes, one-off events and on-water experiences for the diverse communities of Tāmaki Makaurau.
In this role, you will be working closely across the organisation and with various external partners to plan and deliver a relevant, meaningful and memorable range of experiences. You will also provide leadership and support to the public programme team, which includes a Public Programmes Coordinator and a group of casual Experience Hosts.
He kōrero mōu: About you
We're looking for an exceptional individual with a strong background in envisioning & delivering programmes for diverse audiences in an arts, museum or gallery context.
You will have a minimum of three years’ experience delivering public programmes, activities and public events in the Arts, Culture or Heritage sector and several years' leadership experience is advantageous. 
Also experience working with a broad and diverse range of stakeholders is essential for your success in this role and a relevant tertiary qualification is desirable.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
This is a permanent, full-time position, working 40 hours Monday to Friday. Please note this role includes some evening and weekend work, which may include public holidays as required to deliver the programmes. 
Hui Te Ananui a Tangaroa, the New Zealand Maritime Museum, celebrates our nation's bond with the ocean. Sitting at the gateway of Auckland’s vibrant Viaduct Basin on Hobson Wharf, the Museum is Auckland's primary CBD-based waterfront visitor attraction. We provide unique discovery experiences to ensure present and future generations can continue the legacy of innovators, of dreamers, and of pioneers.
For more information and to apply, please visit the Auckland Council Careers website.
Applications close Sunday 18 April at 11.59pm.

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