• Are you passionate about multiculturalism, diversity and the arts?
• Are you able to network with musicians and culturally diverse communities at a grass roots and professional level?
• Do you want to help make a difference?
• Are you a skilled grant writer with vision and determination?
If you have great ideas and know how to put them into action, Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV) is looking for a skilled and strategic Music Program Project Officer (part time – 0.8 EFT) to build support for our multilayered innovative program for culturally diverse artists and communities. MAV provides vital connections, support structures and pathways that enable culturally diverse artists and communities to create exceptional art.
MAV thrives on making a difference, building and maintaining effective partnerships. We produce over 300 performances and workshops annually, reaching audiences of over 1 million+ people. We seek an experienced and passionate Music Program Officer who will work closely with MAV’s CEO, General Manager and MAV team to build relationships and develop a multi-dimensional program.
MAV’s Guiding Principles: Arts + Diversity, Equity, Social Justice, Inclusion, Partnership, Respect and Human Rights.
MAV is an equal opportunity employer.
Download the full Project Officer, Music Program – Position Description. A one page cover letter and full application addressing the selection criteria with a brief 2 page curriculum vitae detailing relevant skills and work history, with names and contact details of 2-3 referees to be forwarded to Chief Executive Officer by:
post to Multicultural Arts Victoria, PO Box 5113, South Melbourne VIC 3205
email with subject line “MAV Music Application” to email@example.com
hand deliver to Level 1, South Melbourne Town Hall 208-220 Bank Street, South Melbourne VIC 3205
We are willing to be flexible in working arrangements to suit a special candidate.
Applications close: midnight Wednesday 6 July 2016.
Image: Kaiit Waup, (2015 Producers’ Lounge program participant), performing at NYE at Fed Sq, image by Windu Kuntoro