CMAG serves a unique role as a place to experience the diverse history and contemporary culture of the Canberra region; and through this to gain a deeper understanding of Australia’s dynamic culture in its global setting.

CMAG is part of The Cultural Facilities Corporation (CFC), an ACT Government enterprise established under the Cultural Facilities Corporation Act 1997, to manage: the Canberra Theatre Centre; the Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) including the Nolan Collection Gallery @ CMAG; and the ACT Historic Places.

Current vacancies

Curator (Social History) | Full-time Permanent

Classification: Professional Officer Class 1 
Salary: $64,616 - $78,414 
Position No: 13973 
Directorate: Cultural Facilities Corporation 
Advertised: 07 August 2018 
Closes: 21 August 2018 
Contact:Rowan Henderson on or (02) 6207 2182

Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) is seeking an experienced curator to join our Social History team. We're looking for an enthusiastic museum professional with the skills to research and write about the social history of the Canberra region and communicate that history through exhibitions and associated activities.

You will be experienced in the planning and delivery of exhibitions and have a sound knowledge of collection management systems. An interest in, and understanding of, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their contribution to the history and cultural life of the ACT is desirable.

Eligibility/Other Requirements: Bachelor Degree (Australian Qualifications Framework Level 7) and a current Australian driver's licence
Note: Job-sharing arrangements will be considered.