PHILLIP ADAMS BALLETLAB AT TEMPERANCE HALL
VENUE AND COMMUNICATiONS COORDINATOR
PERIOD OF POSITION: Contracted period from June–December, 2023
WEEKLY HOURS: 0.6–0.7 EFT (22.8–26.6 hours per week)
SALARY: $62-70k plus superannuation pro rata
REPORTS TO: PABL Executive Producer
OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE
The Venue and Communications Coordinator (VCC) will join our small and dynamic team – comprised of the Artistic Director (AD), Executive Producer (EP) and Program Producer (PP) – to support the organisation’s diverse operations and help deliver our annual program.
The VCC works within a busy and vibrant organisational environment, interacting with a diverse range of artists and creatives from the independent dance and experimental arts communities in Melbourne. This part-time position is responsible for the day-to-day management of our heritage building and will oversee the organisation’s various administrative tasks.
You will have demonstrated versatility, customer management experience, a strong interest to work in the arts with leading artists, and the drive to enable the ideas of others. We are looking for someone who is an effective forward planner, confident in working across competing deadlines, and has strong written and verbal communication skills. You have a range of experiences and are now looking to build on your skills in a dynamic, fast-paced and stimulating environment.
This role offers great potential for the right candidate to further develop arts management and venue management skills in a highly regarded arts organisation, while contributing to the future of Phillip Adams BalletLab and venue Temperance Hall. Due to the small and multifaceted nature of the organisation, the exact scope of the role will be tailored to the skills and preferred work schedule of the successful candidate.
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HOW TO APPLY
Please send your application to email@example.com by 9am Monday 22 May including:
- A cover letter
- A statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria: two pages max
- A copy of your resume: up to three pages
- Contact details for two professional referees.
Interviews will take place in the week commencing May 29, for a mid-June start.
Submissions are strongly encouraged from people identifying as First Nations, Deaf or Disabled, and LGBTQIA+. If you have any access requirements or enquiries about the position please contact our Executive Producer, William McBride firstname.lastname@example.org
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