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Arts And Culture Advisor

Careers at Council - Bannockburn, VIC

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Golden Plains Shire Council -

  • Salary starting at $84,891 (pro rata)
  • Be part of an awesome team culture
  • Part Time - 30.4 hours per week
Conveniently situated between Geelong and Ballarat and an hour from Melbourne, Golden Plains' great location means you can enjoy all the benefits of a country lifestyle, without having to sacrifice access to first class services and amenities. Escape the traffic jams and get more out of every day.

We are seeking a dynamic and motivated individual to build on Council’s current commitment to developing, strengthening and celebrating local arts, culture and heritage in our communities and lead the implementation of Council's 2022-2026 Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy. Our ideal candidate will be highly organised with exceptional interpersonal skills to lead, mentor and motivate teams across the organisation and the wider community.

Day to day you will:
  • Develop and implement an Arts and Culture Strategy and Action Plan for Golden Plains Shire Council.
  • To enhance the capacity of Council, community and service providers to plan for and foster arts and cultural development activities and opportunities in the Shire.
  • Establish strong partnerships with key stakeholders including local community groups, artists and arts organisations, community and business organisations, other government and non-government agencies and schools to develop, implement and support the delivery of art and cultural development activities.
  • Prepare quality funding submissions to attract external funding for arts program initiatives and complete acquittals and associated reporting.
To be successful in this role you will have:
  • A tertiary qualification in Arts and Cultural Development and/or Community Development experience or extensive relevant experience.
  • Demonstrated success in arts and or culture policy and strategy development and implementation.
  • Demonstrated success in the development, implementation and evaluation of arts and community projects in collaboration with communities, government and service providers.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, including demonstrated report, presentation and submission writing skills.
  • Ability to be highly organised and work independently and contribute towards the achievement of individual, team goals and organisational.
What’s in it for you:

At Golden Plains Shire Council, we promote diversity and want to develop a workplace that reflects the community in which we operate. We offer professional development and networking opportunities to staff as well as free onsite parking. You will be rewarded with a remuneration package commensurate with your skills and experience, along with a fun and supportive working environment that is consistent with our values. At Golden Plains Shire Council, we promote diversity and want to develop a workplace that reflects the community in which we operate.

You can also:
  • Join a values-driven and community-focused organisation.
  • Contribute to a broad scope of work.
  • Access a Flexible Work Environment.
  • Make the most of professional development opportunities.
Further inquiries can be directed to Lisa Letic, Director - Community Services on (03) 5220 7116.

Interested in Applying for this role?

If you like the sound of this role, please apply by providing a response to the Key Selection Criteria listed below and include a cover letter and CV to complete your application. A copy of the position description can be found here..

For further information or a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Lisa Letic, Director - Community Services on 0421 144 231.

Applications close 9:00am (AEST) Monday 21 June 2021.

Golden Plains Shire Council is an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe Employer. We believe that every individual has something valuable to offer. We are striving to build a workforce that reflects the community in which we operate and encourage applications from people of all ages, genders and cultural backgrounds. We recognise our proactive duty to ensure compliance with equal opportunity, child safe and other workplace-related legislation, and to eliminate all forms of discrimination.

Bannockburn, VIC

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