The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House is an Executive Agency within the Attorney-General’s portfolio, with Senator the Hon George Brandis QC, Attorney-General and Minister for the Arts as the responsible Minister.
In addition to being listed on this page, you’ll find information on employment opportunities at The Museum of Australian Democracy by visiting the APS Jobs website.
The museum encourages applications from the diverse Australian community including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability, people of all ages and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
To be eligible for employment you must be an Australian Citizen and the successful candidate will be required to undergo and maintain a baseline security clearance.
Our volunteers play an essential part in the Museum’s operation. The majority of volunteers work as guides. They are very often the public face of the Museum of Australian Democracy, bringing to life the events that took place in this building and shaped the nation.
Some volunteers assist us behind the scenes by providing valuable research, administrative and political history expertise.
We provide our volunteers with ongoing professional development, opportunities to share skills and expertise and participate in a range of social activities.
For further information contact our Volunteers Coordinator on (02) 6270 8146 or email Volunteers@moadoph.gov.au.