About the role
The Arts Learning Coordinator is responsible for effectively supporting the implementation and delivery of Arts Learning programs across the country. Reporting to the National Arts Learning Manager, and working collaboratively with the wider Song Room team, the Arts Learning Coordinator will work with a number of stakeholders in order to deliver impactful and sustainable Arts Learning programs.
The Song Room is entering an exciting phase, working in long-term partnerships with federal and state governments and across the education sector. The Arts Learning Coordinator will effectively coordinate and maintain strong partnerships with schools, educators and teaching artists.
About the organisation
The Song Room is a nimble, entrepreneurial for-purpose organisation that levels the learning playing field for Australia's most disadvantaged young people. It does this through the delivery of impactful, sustainable and scalable arts learning programs, delivered in partnership with schools across the country.
Independent research has unequivocally demonstrated that The Song Room's Arts Learning programs lift the academic performance, school attendance, social-emotional wellbeing and community involvement of Australian school children.
The Song Room vision is that all Australian children have the opportunity to participate in music and the Arts to enhance their education, personal development and community involvement, giving them the best possible start in life.
How to apply
To view the full position description, please visit https://www.songroom.org.au/about/employment/.
To apply for the role, please email your resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria outlined in the position description to Elise Hopkins (National Arts Learning Manager) via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you have any questions about the position, please contact Elise on (03) 9521 3990.
Applications close on 5pm, Monday 7th December 2020.
Please quote in application: Arts Learning Coordinator via Pro Bono Australia.