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  • Manager Buildings Executive Level 1, $91,320 - $98,851
    Closes: Monday 4 July 2016
  • Head, Finance Executive Level 2, $118,758 - $128,655 (Section Head)
    Closes: Monday 4 July 2016
  • Manager Multimedia Services Executive Level 1, $91,320 - $98,851
    Closes: Tuesday 12 July 2016
  • Budget Officer APS Level 6, $73,315 - $82,030
    Closes: Sunday 10 July 2016
  • Web Producer APS Level 5, $65,459 - $70,108
    Closes: Tuesday 12 July 2016
  • Finance Officer APS Level 4, $59,194 - $64,361
    Closes: Sunday 10 July 2016

Why work at the Memorial?

The Australian War Memorial is an exciting and innovative place to work; it stands at the forefront of modern museology and research into Australia’s military history. The Memorial’s world-class exhibitions are housed in the nation’s most revered commemorative site, set in beautifully landscaped grounds at the foot of Mount Ainslie.

Where else in the world can you work in a multi-award-winning institution, among such an extraordinary collection of national treasures, including military heraldry and technology items, priceless works of art, official war records, photographs, sound recordings, film footage, personal diaries and other personal items? Working at the Memorial also offers an opportunity to help commemorate those men and women who have sacrificed so much in the service of the nation.

The Memorial’s employees contribute greatly towards its outstanding achievements, and in return enjoy a satisfying and rewarding work environment, with competitive salary rates, excellent training and development opportunities, and a range of flexible employment conditions that help staff to balance their work and family responsibilities. Further details on conditions of employment are set out in the Memorial's Teamwork Agreement (740Kb PDF file)

The Memorial is committed to workplace diversity and maintains an environment that values the contribution of people from different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. To be eligible for non-ongoing or ongoing employment, applicants need to be an Australian citizen or have Australian citizenship.

All Memorial staff are required to adhere to the Australian Public Service Values and Code of Conduct, and the Australian War Memorial Code of Ethics Relating to the National Collection.

Among the many benefits of working here are ample free parking, two onsite cafés, an active and friendly social club, and proximity to sports grounds and Civic (Canberra’s shopping and business centre).

It is a privilege to work at the Memorial, so don’t miss your opportunity. Apply now!