Make your mark at Australia's national museum of screen culture.
ACMI is an innovative, dynamic, performance-orientated cultural business. It is self-directed, though it falls within the Victorian public sector.
If you work for us, you’ll be part of a talented team that is proud of its values.
Expressions of interest are currently open for the first two ACMI + RMIT Audience Labs for 2023.
There is a single day lab being held on Sat 11 March 2023, and a two-day lab held on Sat 5 and Sun 6 May 2023.
Click here for further information regarding applications for the ACMI + RMIT Audience Lab.
Note: Applications close 5pm on 16 December 2022. All applicants will be notified about the status of their application early 2023.
Test, research and curate games, and host the Club from ACMI in a live stream on Zoom on the second Wednesday of each month, 6pm – 7pm, Feb–Nov 2023.
This is a paid position and Expressions of Interest due by 5pm, Monday 12 December.
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ACMI is an equal opportunity workplace
We are committed to equal opportunity and providing a workplace that is free from all forms of harassment and discrimination. When you engage with ACMI you can expect to be treated with integrity and respect. We value freedom of expression and embrace diversity and difference by being inclusive, fair and respectful. We have policies and procedures in place to manage concerns about unacceptable behaviour and we are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all workplace participants.
ACMI is a proud employer partner of the Inclusion Foundation's Impact21 Employment Program. This two-year partnership supports and trains young adults with Down Syndrome or intellectual disability to obtain ongoing, part time positions at ACMI.