About the role
The Creative Equity Toolkit is an initiative of Diversity Arts Australia and the British Council launched in 2020. The Toolkit aims to support the work of cultural diversity and racial equity in the creative sectors between the UK and Australia and globally.
You will oversee the Creative Equity Toolkit, a knowledge-exchange website and program that supports individuals in building their expertise, and helps arts and creative organisations in reaching their diversity, equity and inclusion goals. The website currently focuses on ethno-cultural and migrant racial equity in the arts, screen and creative industries. It’s pretty amazing already but we need you to take it to the next level.
You will have a strong commitment to the arts and screen sectors and to building a creative sector that is racially equitable. You will have exceptional communication skills, with experience in creating and managing website content that is relevant and engaging to its audience. You will enjoy the process of bringing together stakeholders and working collaboratively. You will have experience in commissioning and coordinating contractors, researchers and editors.
About the organisation
Diversity Arts is Australia’s key organisation promoting Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CaLD) and racial equity across all art forms in Australia. We are a small and dynamic organisation with a big vision for an arts and cultural sector that reflects Australia’s true cultural diversity. Diversity Arts supports artists, creative sector workers, audiences, the industry and organisations. We undertake research to provide evidence about the value of diversity in the arts. We measure cultural diversity and concentrate our programs on breaking down barriers in our creative industries. We encourage connection and collaboration, and act as a broker between creatives, industry, educators and governments. While our
focus is on ethno-cultural diversity, we work intersectionality and in partnership with First Nations
communities, People with Disability and communities of diverse sexuality, age, socio-economic status,
gender and geography.
How to apply
All applications must be made in writing and include the following:
1. A current CV
2. Cover letter outlining why you have applied for the position in relation to the duties and areas of
responsibility (as outlined in the attached Position Description)
3. Your response to the Key Selection Criteria on page 2 (maximum 3-4 pages)
Email your application to email@example.com with the heading “DARTS – Website Content
Producer” in the subject line.
Applications must be received by 5pm on Friday 16 April 2021
Please quote in application: Website Content Producer and Coordinator, Creative Equity Toolkit via Pro Bono Australia.