The Education & Program Manager is responsible for developing and managing an annual program of educational and public programs related to 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 audiences’ needs in mind. From time to time, the Manager will be required to take direct responsibility for the implementation and delivery of programs.
The Education & Program Manager is responsible for the 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 the delivery of McClelland’s strategic objectives and promoting McClelland’s values internally and externally.
The role is based in Langwarrin, and programming takes place in the Sarah & Baillieu Myer Education Pavilion and the outdoor sculpture park.
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