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Position available: Cultural Projects Officer

Are you passionate about Indigenous arts? Do you want to contribute to and support regional creative communities? Orana Arts is seeking applications for a part-time (21 hours a week) Cultural Projects Officer to assist the ATSIA Programs Manager in delivering Aboriginal arts programs across the Orana region.

Position Description
You will be assisting with wide-ranging activities including contributing to ATSIA programs plans and strategies; community liaison and consultation; project support and development; managing creative performances and exhibitions; communications and marketing; and facilitating workshops across various locations.

The Cultural Projects Officer will be required to:

  • assist in the development of partnerships, opportunities, programs and projects with creatives, organisations and community groups to enhance creative skills, practice and knowledge
  • assist in facilitating arts workshops across the Orana region
  • develop databases for community access
  • assist in ATSIA programs communications

Skills and Experience
The successful candidate will:

  • be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage
  • have a keen interest in regional Aboriginal Arts and culture
  • have a demonstrated capacity to contribute to the development and implementation of an Aboriginal Arts and Culture projects and team
  • hold an Employee Working with Children Check (mandatory)
  • be prepared to undertake an Australian Criminal History Check (mandatory)
  • hold a current NSW Driver’s Licence (mandatory) and be willing to travel
  • be motivated and reliable

Please submit your application, including a cover letter and resumé, by 5pm, Monday 16 July 2018. To speak with someone about this exciting opportunity, please contact:

Paris Norton
ASTIA Programs Manager
0409 245 020
aado@oranaarts.com

Please note: you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident to apply for this position. This role as been funded by Create NSW from the Creative Koori initiative and is a six month contract position.

Students creating their own stamp designs at a recent Carved Up workshop in Trangie. 

Students creating their own stamp designs at a recent Carved Up workshop in Trangie.