The Regional Council of Goyder in partnership with Country Arts SA is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic, innovative, outcomes-driven community arts professional to support artists and regional communities to achievement their arts and cultural aspirations, with a focus in the Goyder region.
The successful applicant will have relevant experience working within a community arts setting, developing networks, working with artists, community groups, supervising volunteers, facilitating projects and implementing cultural change.
Skills in community engaged practice will be essential, along with reporting and administrative skills. A diploma or degree in Arts/Cultural Studies, Arts Management or related field will be highly regarded or extensive experience in a similar role.
The position reports to both partners, and is based in Burra at the Regional Council of Goyder. This is a two year full time contract position in accordance with the South Australian Municipal Salaried Officers Award and The Regional Council of Goyder’s current Enterprise Agreement (Level 3) with a commencing annual salary of $75,822 plus superannuation.
Applicants must be able to work permanently in Australia and a current SA Driver’s License is essential. Some travel and out of hours work will be required.
Shortlisted applicants will be required to undertake a psychometric/aptitude assessment.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. A Position Information Pack is available from Council offices at Burra and Eudunda, or downloaded from here. Please read the pack before applying.
Enquiries about the position should be directed to Barb Button, Community Engagement Officer 08 8892 0100. Applications must be received by 4pm, Friday 11 September 2020.
Applications from third parties will not be accepted.
Applications to be received by 4.00 pm 11 September 2020 and addressed as follows:
“Confidential – Arts & Cultural Facilitator”
Attention: Human Resources
Email: [email protected] or
Post: 1 Market Square, BURRA SA 5417