About the role
The successful candidate will be well-organised, well-presented, professional and courteous. They will have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work as part of a small and varied team and thrive in an at-times, fast-paced environment.
The Technical and Venue Support Officer will work at Gorman Arts Centre and Ainslie Arts Centre, which are ACT Government-owned arts facilities. The work duties include physical tasks, such as climbing ladders, cleaning and setting up furniture, and lifting bar supplies and stock therefore the position requires a high standard of fitness and mobility.
Terms of Engagement
This position is part-time and ongoing. It is subject to a six month probation period.
Standard hours of work is 25 hours per week, to be worked over five days – Tuesday to Saturday. Exact spread of hours over the five days are negotiable with employer, and may vary from time to time to meet venue and event schedule needs.
About the organisation
Established in 2020 by the members of Gorman House Arts Centre Inc., Arts Capital is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and registered charity that inherits the 40-year legacy of its predecessor association.
Arts Capital manages two heritage-listed ACT Government arts facilities in Canberra’s inner city - Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres (www.agac.com.au). With more than 40 resident artists and organisations, and more than 200,000 visitors a year, the centres play a vital role in the ACT arts sector.
How to apply
- Cover page indicating suitability for the role based on Selection Criteria (PDF)
- CV including two references (PDF)
Please email submission requirements, with email heading ‘Technical and Venue Support Officer’ by 9:00 am Tuesday 13 April to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any questions: Bec Poulter, Production Manager, (02) 6182 0000
Please quote in application: Technical & Venues Support Officer via Pro Bono Australia.