Applications must be received by 12PM (noon) AEST Monday 1 November 2021.
About the vacancy
Are you passionate about creative projects, events and racial equity in the arts? The Producer, Creative Projects & Campaigns is a pivotal Diversity Arts Australia role, responsible for the impact and success of our work. Working closely with colleagues, the Creative Producer delivers strategic projects such as events, seminars, symposia, audiovisual content and creative work. The Producer also coordinates our advocacy focus, ensuring diverse engagement and lasting impact.
Position type: Ongoing, 0.8 FTE or four days per week, with a six-month probationary period and standard leave entitlements
Salary details: $65-75,000pa pro rata, plus statutory superannuation
Employment period: From early 2022, or late 2021 if availability permits
We’re looking for a dynamic producer who’s committed to cultural diversity in the arts, screen and creative sectors, and ready to take the next step in their career. You’ll have a great understanding of the landscape in which we work, a sense of what makes successful creative projects and campaigns, and a dedication towards racial equity.
What we can offer you
Flexible work arrangements
An inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated
Work in a supportive team that is committed to finding practical strategies for change in the creative sector
Key Selection Criteria
- A strong track record of project producing and undertaking impactful and transformative campaigns
- Highly developed skills in collaboration and artist facilitation, with the ability to draw out and develop
valuable ideas and articulate them into projects and campaigns
- Excellent knowledge of creative production across multiple platforms, spanning creative, technical and safety issues
- Good working skills across relevant media production software, including AV editing and desktop publishing (e.g. Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Suite including Indesign) and cloud-based, digital marketing and social media platforms (e.g. Mailchimp, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, G-Suite,
Dropbox and others), with the ability to supervise and provide helpful feedback to producers engaged by DARTS
- Strong project management, including planning and time management and experience and knowledge using workflow tools such as cloud-based software (e.g. G-Suite, Dropbox, Notion, Slack and others)
- Strong interpersonal skills and excellent communication skills
- Alignment with the values that inspire Diversity Arts Australia – in particular: experience working with people from migrant, refugee, and/or culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and an understanding of key issues of racial equity and cultural diversity in the creative sector, including the evolution of language around diversity, equity and inclusion.
- Abilities in languages other than English are highly valued at Diversity Arts Australia, as is a lived experience of cultural diversity.
How to Apply
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If after reading through this document and visiting the Diversity Arts Australia website, you have further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and nominate three blocks of availability for a phone call, so that we’re sure to catch you at a good time to discuss the role.
Applications must be received by 12pm NOON 1 November 2021.