The Education & Program Manager is responsible for developing and managing an annual program of educational and public programs related to the McClelland’s exhibitions, collections and strategic objectives. The position has accountability for helping to achieve McClelland’s annual visitation targets, by strategically targeting audiences with specific needs and interests who may not otherwise attend McClelland.
McClelland’s educational and public program offerings include school education programs, short courses, open days, exhibition openings and special events. The Education & Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that all programs are of a high standard, strategically focussed and designed with the needs of audiences in mind. The Manager will, from time to time, be required to take direct responsibility for the implementation and delivery of programs.
The Education & Program Manager is responsible for administration of the Education & Program staff, including preparation of budgets, financial management, strategic planning, policy development, and supervision of staff. As a member of the Leadership Team, the Education & Program Manager takes a lead role in supporting delivery of McClelland’s strategic objectives and promoting McClelland’s values internally and externally.
The role in based in Langwarrin and programming takes place in the Sarah & Baillieu Myer Education Pavilion as well as the outdoor sculpture park.
ACCA jobs are accounting jobs. They are very abundant because meeting the qualifications can be somewhat difficult. There is a lot of formal schooling involved and there are certification tests that have to be passed.
The salary range is rather handsome and they are much sort after positions. You simply have to put the time in to make sure that you are able to meet the qualifications. Starting off with a good solid education will go far when it comes to being the perfect candidate for ACCA jobs.
You have several education options when it comes to getting the right education for these jobs. You can go to a formal college that offers a degree program in this field. This wills probably the most heralds and respected option. Some vocational schools will also offer these programs.
Specialty business schools also will offer the courses that are needed to prepare you for ACCA jobs. Many business schools specialize in these course offerings. Gaining entrance into some of the top business schools can really be a rather competitive undertaking, but in the end is well worth the fight.
In addition to formal education a good idea to prime yourself for one of the great ACCA jobs is to do a bit of interning at a company that you would hope to work for someday. Usually internships are largely unpaid; they are something that you do while you are still a student. The best part of these unpaid jobs is that you not only get some much coveted experience but you also will get your foot in the door with a company that you want to work for. This is the perfect way to be able to put something on your resume when it comes time to find a job.
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