Curatorial & collections

Exhibitions and Collections Manager

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Dunedin is an amazing place to live and work, and if you were to ask anyone living here, they'll tell you that there's something indescribably special about our city. It's small enough to feel like you're part of a community, but big enough to ensure that there's always something going on. From the great outdoors to arts, culture and education, all within 10 minutes of the city centre. Dunedin has so much to offer, so why not come and feel just how special it is?

Curator Art

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Who we are

The Hocken is one of New Zealand's foremost art museums and historical research libraries. We collect widely, to research level, in a range of formats relating to the histories, arts, cultures and natural environment of Aotearoa New Zealand, the Pacific, and Antarctica. Our art collection is one of the largest in the country, containing documentary and historical works of art as well as contemporary New Zealand art.

Registrar

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What you will do

This is a rare opportunity to combine your experience and understanding of museums with your interest in New Zealand’s military aviation history and a passion for telling the stories of our people both past and present.

The Registrar is an integral part of the Air Force Museum team and is responsible for:

Research Librarian, Music

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Tēnā koutou, haere mai ki Te Puna Mātauranga 

At the Alexander Turnbull Library we develop and maintain comprehensive collections of audio, visual and documentary material relating to Aotearoa New Zealand & Pacific music, musicians, composers and music organisations. 

As the Music Research Librarian, you are a key part of the team that helps make connections between researchers, and the collections that will help them create new music and knowledge. 

The key elements of this role include: 

Exhibitions Manager

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MOTAT is an interactive museum with a focus on creating a fun, visually stimulating environment for its visitors, especially children, families and education groups.  It is home to a unique mix of collections and experiences and our vision is to educate and inspire the innovators of tomorrow. 

One way we do this is by creating exhibitions and experiences that bring science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) to life alongside our heritage collections and innovations from New Zealand’s current leaders in these fields.

Curator Contemporary Voices and Archives

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Kia ora, Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Fakatalofa atu, Kia orana, Malo e lelei, Malo ni, Talofa lava, Ni hao, Namaste, Salaam, Selam and Hello!   

Head Curator Publications

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Who we are

The Hocken is one of the foremost historical research libraries in New Zealand and global interest in our collections is ever increasing. In response, we are working to ensure greater access and the delivery of a broad client focussed researcher service. An opportunity has arisen for an experienced professional from the Documentary Heritage sector who shares our passion for building collections and supporting research focussed on Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific.

Collections Photographer, Project Ark

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On behalf of the Southland Regional Heritage Committee, the Gore District Council invites applications from interested people to form a roving team principally working at the Te Hikoi museum in Riverton. The roles are part of the Project Ark regional strategy.

The project involves cataloguing collections using eHive, imaging, marking and packing museum collections. The following positions will commence on 2 November 2020 for a fixed term of 20 months.

Collections Technician, Project Ark

Closing date:

On behalf of the Southland Regional Heritage Committee, the Gore District Council invites applications from interested people to form a roving team principally working at the Te Hikoi museum in Riverton. The roles are part of the Project Ark regional strategy.

The project involves cataloguing collections using eHive, imaging, marking and packing museum collections. The following positions will commence on 2 November 2020 for a fixed term of 20 months.

Collections Cataloguer, Project Ark

Closing date:

On behalf of the Southland Regional Heritage Committee, the Gore District Council invites applications from interested people to form a roving team principally working at the Te Hikoi museum in Riverton. The roles are part of the Project Ark regional strategy.

The project involves cataloguing collections using eHive, imaging, marking and packing museum collections. The following positions will commence on 2 November 2020 for a fixed term of 20 months.