The National Trust of Australia (Tasmania) is a community based member organisation responsible for the protection and presentation of historic heritage places.

Our Vision

  • A Tasmanian community sharing and valuing its heritage.

Our purpose

  • Advocate for Tasmania’s heritage buildings, landscapes and objects by encouraging sustainable uses of heritage assets.

Our Values

  • Enthusiasm – we embrace Tasmania’s heritage with a dynamic and passionate attitude.
  • Inclusiveness – we respect and welcome all.
  • Excellence – we achieve best practice with integrity.
  • Resourcefulness – we find creative solutions and better ways of doing things.

Current Employment Opportunities

Thank you for showing an interest at working with the National Trust of Tasmania!

Please see our currently available roles below:


Marketing Officer – UNSHACKLED – Hobart Penitentiary

National Trust Tasmania is seeking an experienced marketing officer to develop and implement a marketing plan for Tasmania’s unique new tourism attraction. The Convict Memorial at the heart of UNSHACKLED – Hobart Penitentiary brings together the stories of 75,000 men, women and children who were transported to Van Diemen’s land between 1803 and 1853. It is a revolutionary digital storytelling experience in one of Tasmania’s most important and unique convict sites.

We are looking for a marketing professional with experience in the tourism and/or heritage sectors who can forge productive relationships with other visitor attractions and develop opportunities for cross-promotion of sites and experiences. The position is offered on a short-term contract basis, initially for up to 3 months, parttime. The successful applicant will be able to take advantage of flexible hours, including the ability to work from home.

Please review the Position Description for further information pertaining to the role specifics.

Your application for this position should include a CV, with the names of at least two referees, and a one-page statement addressing the selection criteria and outlining the knowledge, skills and experience you can bring to the job.
Salary and conditions will be negotiated with the successful applicant.

Applications close on 3 June 2024 and should be emailed to:
Contact: Emma Boyce, State Office Manager on M: 0490 174 491


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