Project Producer/Coordinator: Equity and Inclusive Practice Project
Contribute to positive change in this part-time two-year contract role, which seeks to support equitable and inclusive practices in the Victorian creative sector.
- Located in Melbourne
- Part-time 2-year contract role
- Work your own hours
Diversity Arts Australia (DARTS) is seeking a project coordinator and/ or producer with experience working in the Victorian arts and creative industries and coordinating capacity building and/or training initiatives.
The role of the Fair Play Producer/Coordinator is to coordinate the Fair Play: Equity and Inclusive Practice Project (Fair Play) delivered across the Victorian arts sector by Diversity Arts Australia (DARTS) and their partners.
The Fair Play project, funded by Creative Victoria, is a diversity and inclusion capacity building program for organisations that receive multi-year funding through Creative Victoria. The program seeks to address barriers to participation by underrepresented groups in Victoria’s creative industries, with a focus on three groups: people with a disability, First Nations people, and people from underrepresented
cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
You will work closely with the Executive Director, and the Project Team to coordinate contractors, trainers and mentors, oversee a diversity auditing process for participant organisations, facilitate a tailored training program and report on progress. You will also assist in facilitating events, including talks and a sector-wide symposium in early 2019.
Diversity Arts Australia strongly encourages applications from people from First Nations communities, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, or candidates living with disability. We also encourage applications from people who have worked with these communities.
How to apply
Download the Position Description here. Submit the following before closing date 5pm Friday 4 January, to email@example.com with the subject line Equity and Inclusive Practice Project Producer/Coordinator:
- A letter outlining your capacity to deliver the Equity and Inclusive Practice Project for Diversity Arts Australia based on the Project Deliverables and Required Skills and Qualifications.
- A CV outlining relevant qualifications, skills and experience.
- A selection of media (no more than 5 pages/URLs of items) representative of prior work (e.g. media coverage, marketing collateral, documentation)
- Up to two professional referee contacts who are willing to attest to your work.
For further enquiries, contact
Lena Nahlous or Andy Ko
or 02 8821 9169