Mid-weight graphic designer with 2-3 years
Lifestyle Brands International is one of Australia's leading
home-decor marketers with distribution to all major retailers in Australia and
numerous overseas markets. While our core brands include Habitat101 Home
Accents, UR1 photo frames and albums and Indigo Stationery we market under
numerous retailer-specific brands as well.
We have our own in-house design studio, where we design products
with lifestyle and current home décor trends in mind. In addition, we have our
own teams based in our overseas production facilities.
Our environment is fast paced and we foster a culture of
delivering on-trend, innovative and high quality product for our customers.
are looking for someone who can:
and Experience required:
If this opportunity sounds exciting to you, please submit a cover
letter along with your resume and a small digital pdf portfolio (max 2MB)
Applications that do not include a sample of work will not be
Applicants must have the right to work in Australia and no overseas applicants will be considered.
days (22.5 hours/week), 1 year contract
(pro-rata) + super
start date: 12 January, 2015
Did you know about the apex
predator called a nharshark? What happened the last time you set out on a
Perilous Quest? Who is making all the noise on Level 17? If you have ready
answers to these questions and ridiculous ideas about asking more, then join us
in Melbourne’s most-storied Building and share your love of creativity and
ideas with children and young people. Here, you can help children and young
people from diverse backgrounds develop a passion for stories and find joy in
Working within an existing
program, you will facilitate workshops with school groups, children, young
people and their families in our creative space in Footscray. You will also
contribute to the development of the program by liaising with schools, teachers
and volunteers, ensuring the program meets their specific needs and identifying
opportunities for growth.
Reporting to the CEO/Program
Director, you will be part of a small team with big ideas about delivering
social impact in the community. You will also coordinate a team of dedicated
volunteers to help young writers navigate the huge (and sometimes terrifying!)
mythical creature that is the creative process. This role requires proven
project management and administration skills.
You will be
delivery and evaluation of existing programs
development of new programs as required
and liaison with schools and teachers
coordination and program administration
successful in this role, you will have:
in arts program facilitation and development using a range of art forms and
mediums, including narrative storytelling.
in engaging children and young people in creative literacy programs,
particularly children and young people from culturally, linguistically and
socially diverse backgrounds.
verbal and written communication skills.
approach to opportunities and issues.
in project management and administration.
evaluation methodology and data collection processes.
100 Story Building is a centre
for young writers in Footscray. In our very tall (or very deep?) building, we
deliver creative storytelling workshops for schools, families and young people
to support them in a love of reading and writing. Our mission is to provide
opportunities for the most marginalised children and young people in our
community to build the literacy skills, confidence and sense of belonging that
are fundamental to future success.
Your application should include a
CV listing relevant experience, and a response that shows us your strengths as
Your response can take whatever
form you feel most comfortable with - a letter! A comic! A video! – just keep
it to one page/2 minutes. We want you to show us (not just tell us) your:
words and the ability to share it with children and young people
model creative risk-taking to students without fear of embarrassment
of the creative process
ways to engage children and young people in a love of literacy
Download a position description from our website 100storybuilding.org.au/aboutus/ourpeople