Job Opportunity | Creative Projects Manager, Outback Arts16.03.2017
Established in 1999, Outback Arts is a not-for-profit arts and cultural development organisation working across the 5 local government areas of Bourke, Coonamble, Cobar, Walgett and Warren in Far Western NSW.
Outback Arts is governed by an 8 member board, receiving annual contributions from the local government partners as well as receiving triennial core funding from the NSW State government via Arts NSW.
Outback Arts works with individuals, organisations and government to generate, promote and advocate for the arts and creative industries across the region. Outback Arts balances this work with specific project support.
Summary of Position
The Creative Projects Manager will work as a key member of the Outback Arts team to accomplish the organisation’s strategic vision, delivering the artistic program.
The Creative Projects Manager is responsible for the implementation of the Outback Arts program of activities as guided by the comprehensive three year business plan.
This person acts as a key member of the organisation, working closely with a wide range of stakeholders, contributing to the future of Outback Arts and the artistic and cultural life of the region.
Additionally the role requires a flexible approach to working hours, this may include some after hours and weekends. Whilst overtime is not payable, time in lieu for additional hours worked may be applied.
Main duties include:
- Developing and maintaining effective communication and working relationships with Outback Arts key stakeholders: Arts NSW, Regional Arts NSW, contributing Council’s, community and professional arts organisations, creative industries and arts workers.
- Providing support, advice and professional development opportunities for Outback Arts key stakeholders
- Developing and implementing regional arts and cultural projects as identified in the Outback Arts Business Plan
- Seeking funding for projects as identified in the Outback Arts Business Plan
- Managing administrative and operational functions of the projects implemented by the organisation
SALARY: $32,000 – $39,000 Pro Rata (dependent on experience and qualifications) Plus superannuation, 4 weeks annual leave (pro rata), leave loading, access to a fully maintained lease vehicle to conduct duties.
HOURS OF DUTY: 21 Hours/per week 9 month position commencing April 2017 – December 2017
LOCATION: Outback Arts Office, Coonamble NSW
For more information download the application pack in the above left menu. Applications close Friday 24th March 2017.