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May Job Opportunities in Regional NSW

A number of job opportunities are available across regional NSW this May, from Bundanon Trust, Bluesfest, Jervis Bay Maritime Museum and Gallery, Bathurst Regional Council and West Darling Arts. Click below to find out more information and to apply.

Bundanon Trust | Education Officer

Are you an enthusiastic professional in the education, arts or cultural sectors looking to make a difference and improve your lifestyle? Bundanon Trust is looking for a full time Education Officer to join our acclaimed Education team.
Based on the NSW South Coast, 2.5 hours from both Canberra and Sydney, you will assist with the professional delivery, administration, and promotion of the Trust’s practice-based creative arts programs. Working with students at all levels and community members of all abilities, you will be part of a dedicated team helping to realise the Trust’s objective to activate its artistic, architectural and environmental heritage through contemporary, immersive, learning principles.
Applications close 14 May. For more information and to apply visit

Bluesfest | Communications & Publicity Manager

Bluesfest are seeking a Communications & Publicity Manager to join the team in Byron Bay. You will be responsible for the co-ordination of festival announcements, regular electronic communications, touring publicity, and digital marketing.
Applications close 18 May. For more information and to apply visit

Jervis Bay Maritime Museum and Gallery | Curator

Varied role for an all-rounder at the well-known and highly respected Jervis Bay Maritime Museum, a not-for-profit organisation.
The Jervis Bay Maritime Museum and Gallery is a multi-faceted regional organisation located on the South Coast in the beautiful Shoalhaven area two and a half hours south of Sydney. The Museum opened in 1988 and has developed into a significant cultural hub for the Jervis Bay and Shoalhaven areas with 1000m2 of exhibition space including three temporary galleries offering 340m2. The museum has two primary collections, the Jervis Bay collection and the internationally significant collection of scientific instruments and maritime artefacts which form the Halloran Collection.
The purpose of the role is to care for and develop the collections through curation, research and interpretation as well as to lead and assist in the delivery of an innovative, inclusive and progressive program of exhibitions. The position will liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders to develop curatorial projects and exhibitions.
Applicants must submit a covering letter, current resume and a response to the essential and desirable selection criteria as set out in the Position Description. Applicants who do not meet the essential criteria will not be considered.
Applications close COB 28th May. To receive a Position Description phone 4441 5675 or email

Bathurst Regional Council | Strategic Planning Consultant

Bathurst Regional Council is seeking a suitably qualified consultant or organisation to prepare a 10 year Strategic Plan for the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum.
The Strategic Plan will focus on developing an action plan to set the priorities and develop guiding principles to achieve the Museum’s goals. This will be achieved through consultation with stakeholders, the community and in reference to relevant strategic documents including, Draft Bathurst 2040 Community Strategic Plan, Bathurst Region: A Cultural Vision 2036, and other strategic documents from a variety of stakeholders including but not limited to the Australian Museum, Charles Sturt University, State and Federal Governments.
It is expected that the Strategic Plan will have definite achievable outcomes with clearly identified recommendations.
Closing time and date for lodgement of quote is 4.00 pm Tuesday 29 May 2018. All enquiries should be referred to Emma McLean, Museum Coordinator, Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, at or on 02 6331 5511.

West Darling Arts | Business Administration/Communications Officer

West Darling Arts Inc. is a not-for profit organisation seeking applications for the part-time position to deliver and to support the administrative, financial and communications promotions of the organisation.
Applicants must address the selection criteria which will include computer literacy, certified book keeping qualifications, MYOB skills, general office administration duties, website and social media relations and marketing.
Applications close: 3pm Friday 18th MAY, 2018
Part-time position 20 hrs per week
Location: Broken Hill, NSW
For a position desciription and selection criteria email or telephone 08 8087 9035.