We are looking for a new co-worker to develop learning concepts and strategies at the Munchmuseet.
The Department of Learning is looking for a new co-worker for what we think is one of the most groundbreaking museums in the world.
We can offer an exciting work environment with highly competent colleagues.
- Dedicated responsibility for developing innovative and participatory learning experiences in cooperation with artists, curators and other content producers.
- Planning and execution of interdisciplinary forums for collaboration both on and off the premises.
- Planning and execution of tests, surveys and evaluations.
- Maintain progress according to mandates and tasks in projects.
- Outward communications work for the museum.
- Planning and execution of events.
- Overall odd jobs for the department.
- Responsibility for own work execution and co-responsibility for own work development.
- Majors in relevant academic discipline (relevant work experience can partially compensate for lack of formal education).
- Strong knowledge of Arts and Audiences.
- Experience of exhibition production.
- Experience of project work.
- High degree of digital understanding.
- Certificate of Good conduct is mandatory.
- Good cooperation and communication skills across academic disciplines.
- The ability to work independently.
- High work capacity.
- Holistic mindset.
- Structured and systematic.
- Efficient executioner of tasks.
- Open, generous, innovative, responsible
- Contributes to a positive working environment.
- Good oral and written presentation skills in Norwegian and English.
- Personal suitability will be emphasised.
- An exciting role in a developing museum.
- Challenges in a busy, engaging, and varied academic environment.
- Flexible working hours.
- Academic and personal development.
Only candidates that apply through Webcruiter will be considered for the position. Please be aware that applicants can be listed on public application lists even if they demand anonymity. You will be notified should that happen.
Deadline: September 15th 2019