Coordinator, Aboriginal Youth Arts and Health Project
Sydney, New South Wales
We are seeking a coordinator for the NSW Aboriginal Youth Arts + Health Project.
1. Work in one of Australia’s most dynamic arts and cultural organisations
2. Based in the heart of Parramatta’s arts and cultural precinct
3. 4 Days (30.4 hours) per week for a period of 12 months.
4. Up to $55K package (pro rata; $47k plus salary sacrifice benefit and super)
Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE) is a cultural and arts organisation that exists to support Western Sydney communities and artists to build community resilience, autonomy and infrastructure and to enhance quality of life and well-being.
The NSW Aboriginal Youth Arts + Health Project is a multi-layered youth arts initiative designed to:
• engage with Aboriginal young people and, through the arts, to develop health and social education messages associated with the use of alcohol and other drugs and
• directly foster the creation of Aboriginal works of high artistic calibre and encourage emerging Aboriginal artists.
In this important role, you will be responsible for coordinating the project engaging and supporting emerging Aboriginal artists from across NSW to produce high quality, high impact artworks with their communities and generating significant attention an community reflection around drug and alcohol as well as developing profile and professional pathways for emerging creative leaders.
To apply for this position, you will need to demonstrate:
1. Sound organisational, logistical and time-management skills (including demonstrated experience in implementing training or community projects the ability to manage multiple tasks) and experience in undertaking project-related research and/or needs identification
2. Experience in working sensitively with culturally and linguistically diverse and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and young people
3. Excellent oral communication skills (including capacity to communicate with sensitivity with client groups, stakeholders and colleagues) and excellent written communication skills (including demonstrated experience in the preparation of quality written materials such as training modules reports or policies)
4. Experience in the development and delivery of professional development and training
5. A sound understanding of arts practices within the Australian Indigenous arts sector
6. Ability to generate income and manage budgets.
Find more information and the full position description visit the ICE website.
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