Footscray Community Arts Centre is seeking a talented designer with a strong interest in arts marketing and communications for the role of Designer and Marketing Coordinator. This exciting role delivers creative design and marketing support across all aspects of FCAC’s organisational and program marketing.
Your creativity, visual communication skills and collaborative approach will play a key role in the successful implementation of a range of marketing campaigns and other communications projects. Apply now to join our passionate and dedicated team.
This position is offered on a 0.8 (4 days per week),12 month contract basis.
This role supports the FCAC Marketing and Communications team to implement marketing campaigns and other communications with a strong focus on collateral design and production. This includes in-house production, managing external printers, designer and suppliers and creation of graphics for online content.
FCAC’s Designer and Marketing Coordinator has the opportunity to:
Contribute to the sustainability and legacy of Australia’s leading community-engaged, contemporary arts centre where the focus is on producing and presenting work that is representative of political, social and cultural commentary in a contemporary Australian context whilst building audiences of the future
Support the delivery of FCAC’s vision, mission and activities within a new strategic planning context (2017 – 2020)
Contribute to the development, implementation and maintenance of a consistent and powerful brand message in a local, national and international context.
Develop and deliver effective and impactful design to communicate FCAC’s purpose, artistic program and activities to ensure accessibility and participation of stakeholders.
Work within a passionate, dedicated, respected and highly engaged team of people who work with communities and artists on a daily basis.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
As a valued member of the Marketing and Communications Team, you will be working closely with the Programming Team, Front of House, artists and communities.
The successful applicant will be:
A talented designer with a strong interest in marketing and communications, ready to apply their skills and creative eye to a dynamic and exciting arts and community context.
An impressive communicator with impeccable attention to detail, who enjoys creating accessible design for a variety of audiences.
A strong collaborator, whose professionalism and administrative skills will support the successful implementation of marketing campaigns and other communications projects.
Experienced in all areas of collateral production including in-house design, prepress and print production, as well as developing visual elements for online communications.
Comfortable working with a high degree of responsibility in a dynamic, fast-paced, generative and exciting environment.
Interview: Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed in early December 2016