We welcome innovation and inspiration and look forward to working with the right applicant on our expanding calendar of public programs!
Program Coordinator (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identified position)
Aboriginal Art Co, Brisbane CBD
Closes 16 September 2022
Job Type: Part-Time, 4 days, 12-month contract with intention to extend.
Location: Aboriginal Art Co, The Design Bank, 89 Grey St, South Brisbane, Queensland.
Reports to: CEO
Base Salary: $48,000 / $60,000 pro rata
*In line with NAVA rates for Specialist middle managers in the Arts
Aboriginal Art Co is a not-for-profit company established in July 2019. As a Registered Charity and listed on the Register Of Cultural Organisations, we are committed to creating social impacts for artists and their communities through the promotion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts.
We run an art gallery and store in Brisbane’s Cultural Centre Precinct. We curate and sell a diverse range of quality Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks from across Australia. We also support local artists through community engagement and public programs.
Aboriginal Art Co is seeking an experienced public program coordinator to join the team. As Programs Coordinator you will be tasked with assisting in the development Aboriginal Art Co’s annual program of events, including artists talks, walking tours, workshops and the artist-in-residency program. You will be responsible for implementing and managing these activities as well as reporting on their progress. You will need excellent communication and organisational skills to handle day-to-day operation of audience and community outreach.
Working with us means
You will gain experience working for a professional art gallery alongside creative and inspiring people. You will have the privilege of working with local and national First Nations artists, creatives and community members, hearing stories, learning about culture, history and art.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
Coordination and delivery of:
Also, Management of:
You will also communicate and contribute to team meetings to work towards a wholistic approach to the organisation and its goals. This may include suggestions for artwork to be sold in store, organisational processes, marketing and comms opportunities. We welcome innovation and inspiration and look forward to working with the right applicant on our expanding calendar of public programs.
This is a fixed-term appointment till 30 December 2023 with probable extension. We encourage leadership and career progression opportunities. Flexibility in work hours and travel may be necessary.
This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur for up to 12 months.
How to Apply
Submit application before the Closing Date: Friday 16 September 2022, 5pm.
To be considered for this position applicants are required to:
Note: Applications with no cover letter outlining will be automatically ranked “not suitable”. Applications submitted after the due date and time will not be considered.
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