Location: People & Culture Team - The Mint, Sydney CBD and Western Sydney Records Centre, Kingswood

Role status: Temporary full-time (for a period up to 1 year)

Role Grade/Classification: Clerk Grade 11/12 - $164,206. Package includes salary ($128,089 - $148,134), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

Closing date: 11:59pm Monday 14 October 2019

This role provides strategic direction and leadership in the integration of NSW State Archives & Records Authorities and Sydney Living Museums’ human resources services by developing and implementing workforce planning and delivering human resources strategies to foster inclusivity and positive culture.

See attached .PDF role description and candidate information guide for more information on the role and recruitment process. 

Applications will only be accepted electronically through the I Work for NSW site: https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/head-of-people-culture-175705#

Role Description and Information Kit

Candidate Information Guide March 2019
CC075 Head of People and Culture September 2019.pdf

Tour leader talking about exhibit to group in foreground.

Songs of Home

Donors enjoy ‘Songs of Home’ curator-led tourWednesday 25 September 2019

Volunteers in the courtyard of The Mint for the closing celebration of Sydney Open 2017

Sydney Open

Sydney Open volunteers: a personal perspectiveWednesday 25 September 2019

Sydney Open, an iconic event in Sydney’s calendar that couldn’t be possible without the hundreds of passionate volunteers, that enlighten Sydney siders and visitors alike of the history of this great city.

Plate of food.

Venues

Welcome Pearl CateringTuesday 24 September 2019

We welcome a new hospitality partner, Pearl Catering, to Vaucluse House and The Mint.

Children in uniform gathered around a glass topped display table.

Learning

Not your average classroomTuesday 24 September 2019

From playing Victorian children’s games to making ‘convict’ bricks, the Experience & Learning Team deliver inspiring and fun educational experiences at eight of our 12 historic places.

Three primary school students dressed as convicts holding armfuls of plastic bricks outside two storey brick building.

Foundation

Thank you to SLM FoundationTuesday 24 September 2019