Carclew is known nationally as a leader in youth arts and has been a huge part of many South Australians’ lives for almost 50 years. Carclew's vision is a curious, connected, creative world, and its mission is to transform young lives through creativity.
Our approach to programming respects and engages with the very young as artists by delivering high quality arts experiences for children and young adults. We build their creative confidence as they grow older, and support the aspirations of young adults in the early years of their careers.
Carclew is currently recruiting 2 positions in our Arts Programs team, details below.
To apply applicants must:
- download the relevant Job and Person specification and address the Essential criteria
- provide a current CV
- provide two referees
- complete and include a pre-employment declaration form with their application.
Applications for both positions close 11:59pm, Sunday 20 June 2021.
Please send applications to Hana Fittes firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will take place in the week commencing Monday 28 June 2021.
Carclew is committed to fostering inclusiveness and embraces the diversity of all people, such as differences in cultural background, ethnicity, disability, age, faith, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background or geographic location. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, CALD and people with disability are strongly encouraged to apply.
Are you excited by the prospect of leading a dynamic team committed to designing arts programs that make a difference?
The Senior Manager, Arts Programs is a member of the leadership team, which guides development and implementation of whole-of-organisation strategic planning and delivery. This role is responsible for leading and supporting the Arts Programs team to resource, develop, implement and deliver a responsive and innovative arts program which meets organisational strategic directions and goals.
12-month full-time contract.
For further information, contact Tricia Walton, Chief Executive 0439 839 497 or email@example.com.
Are you willing, able and excited by the prospect of supporting young people's creative projects, ideas and aspirations?
The Creative Producer, Arts Programs will support young creatives to work with experienced mentors to transform the house into a cultural hub. Outcomes will be youth-led events, live and digital, providing employment, professional development and connection focusing on access, equity and inclusion.
12-month part-time contract.
For further information, contact Georgie Davill, Senior Manager - Arts Programs (08) 8230 1112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: the position of Programs Officer, Arts Programs as advertised in Koori Mail is no longer available. We encourage potential applicants to consider the 2 open positions as mentioned above.
In order to deliver our many programs we also invite proposals from early-career and established artists looking to work within the various arts programs we facilitate. Please head to our EOI Call Out page for more details.
Carclew Alumni Facebook group
For those of you who have a previous connection with Carclew, you may also be interested in joining our Carclew alumni Facebook group. Alumni refers to any artist who has been connected with Carclew through funding, scholarships/fellowships, professional development, workshops, mentorships, traineeships etc. The group has been set up so that we can stay in touch with alumni, hear about your career developments and provide information about EOI opportunities such as those listed here.
You can join the Carclew alumni Facebook group here (please remember to answer the questions) or in our Linked.In group
And please feel free to spread the word!
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