About the role
TNA is pleased to be able to offer an exciting arts leadership role within our highly respected organisation. Due our previous General Manager stepping up to the CEO role of another arts peak body, and the growth of our organisation, we are advertising a full-time General Manager role for a 3-year contract.
TNA is a strong and successful arts peak body, working to promote the performing arts across Australia, with a focus on small to medium companies and independent makers. A national organisation with a dedicated Victorian program, TNA is based in Melbourne in a custom-designed, light-filled and accessible office in the heart of the Southbank arts precinct. We are an Equal Opportunity workplace, with a reputation for generosity, empathy, and a commitment to deep work satisfaction for employees.
The General Manager role is both a leadership role requiring high levels of initiative and capacity to operate with autonomy – and an integral supporting role that is responsive to the needs of the rest of the team in realising their projects. Working closely with the Executive Director, the GM will work on: Organisational and Strategic Development, Financial Management, Governance, Membership Management, Office Management, IT Infrastructure and other Administration. There will also be opportunities for specific passion projects, and lots of support for your own professional development.
We strongly encourage applications by First Nations people, people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background, Deaf/disabled people, and people from the LGBTIQA+ community. For more information about this role and the selection criteria we are asking you to respond to, go to https://www.tna.org.au/were-hiring-a-new-general-manager/
About the organisation
Theatre Network Australia (TNA) is the leading national industry development organisation for contemporary, small to medium, and independent performing arts. With a membership of over 500 organisations and independents, and an active network of thousands of artists and arts workers, TNA works to achieve a safe, healthy and relevant performing arts sector. Guided by the objectives of First Nations First, Justice and Diversity, Safe Workplaces, Access and Inclusion, Gender Equity, Growing Arts Funding, Strong Ecology, Artists Central, and Effective Networks, TNA makes a targeted contribution to systemic change.
How to apply
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in applying for the position, you may contact Nicole Beyer, TNA’s Executive Director for a confidential discussion: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a time.
Your application should introduce yourself, speak to your interest in the position and in working with TNA, and outline your professional experience (arts and non-arts). As a guide you may wish to submit:
• a covering letter addressing the selection criteria (see Position Description)
• a resume including a minimum of two referees
If you believe this is the right opportunity for you, please email your application to email@example.com by 5pm ESDT Monday 15th March. Interviews are planned to be held in the week of the 22nd March. If you any need support in completing an application please contact Nicole ASAP
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