At the Jewish Museum of Australia, we illuminate Jewish life. At the intersection of art and Jewish culture, our museum is a place for all people to share in the Australian Jewish experience. Through a vibrant calendar of onsite and online experiences and events, the Jewish Museum is recognised as one of Australia’s leading community arts/culture organisations.

Celebrating global Jewish excellence and everydayness through an Australian prism, we inspire curiosity, conversation and play with engagement and connection at our heart. Guided by our strong belief in the power of museums to change lives, we create world-class exhibitions and programs that convey the stories of our diverse community and enhance social cohesion.

With the Jewish Museum poised for major renewal over the coming years, this is an exciting moment to become part of this dynamic team and contribute a lasting impact.

If joining us on this journey feels like your next move, we would love to hear from you.

Head of Brand & Communications

The Head of Brand & Communications plays an instrumental role in the Museum’s repositioning and brand transformation. Responsible for developing and delivering the Museum’s marketing strategy and campaigns, with a focus on audience-centricity, brand engagement and extending the Museum’s reach and impact, The Head of Brand & Communications is a key member of the Leadership Team. This role is integral to realising the Museum’s strategic objectives and promoting its organisational values internally and externally.

The position description can be found here.

If you have any questions about this Position Description or would like to discuss any aspect of the role before submitting your application, please contact Noè Harsel, Director and CEO for a confidential conversation.

Additional Benefits
The Jewish Museum prides itself on nurturing a strong internal culture. As a valued member of our team, you will receive access to flexible working arrangements, additional above-award annual leave days every year, and social, professional development and wellbeing activities including an Employee Assistance Program.

How to Apply
To apply, please submit your CV and cover letter explaining your interest and suitability for the role you are applying for and response to the relevant key selection criteria.

Please include a list of potential referees at the end of your CV with full names and current positions, and a brief explanation of what insights they might offer on your background and skills. Referees will not be contacted without prior agreement.

Applications for this role should be submitted by email to

Applications for this role will be reviewed as they are received and will be closed by 22 July.