About the organisation
The Song Room is a purpose driven organisation that levels the learning playing field for children experiencing disadvantage through an impactful, sustainable and scalable approach to Arts Learning. In partnership with schools, we seek to develop creative, courageous and compassionate young people who take ethical and responsible action, recognise their shared humanity and help shape a better world.
In working for The Song Room, you directly contribute to addressing the educational equity gap for some of Australia’s most disadvantaged young people.
The Song Room is recruiting an innovative, passionate and outstanding Arts and educational professional who is determined to make a positive change in the lives of young people in Australia.
About the role
- Demonstrated experience in project and education program management to deliver key outcomes.
- Strong interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills, with demonstrated ability to build rapport, interact effectively at all levels, and build authentic, collaborative and productive relationships.
- High level written, verbal and presenting communication skills with an ability to provide complex information simply, clearly and succinctly to a range of audiences.
- Demonstrated flexibility and an ability to adapt and operate effectively in a demanding and changing educational environment.
- A minimum of an undergraduate degree in an Education or Arts related field.
- A postgraduate qualification in Education and current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (desirable).
- A current Working with Children Check (WWCC) in lieu of registration with VIT.
- Ideally, previous experience in an Arts Learning management role in either a school context or within an Arts organisation.
- Demonstrated management in program delivery and management of teams.
What we can offer
This is a Full-time role. We offer competitive remuneration (based on experience), salary packaging, and flexible working conditions.
- Encouraged work-life balance, including flexible and hybrid working conditions.
- Not-for-profit salary packaging with an option for novated lease arrangements.
- Access to an Employee Assistance Program supporting mental health and wellbeing.
- Learning and development opportunities that will benefit and support you to thrive in your role.
- You will experience and contribute to the delivery of The Song Room’s vision to allow young people the opportunity to participate in music and the arts to enhance their education, personal development and community involvement.
How to apply
This position closes 5pm, Wednesday 31 August 2022. We will start shortlisting candidates prior to the close date listed above, and encourage you to submit your application or queries at your earliest convenience.
To apply for this role please email your resume and a cover letter addressing the 'Essential Characteristics, Qualities and Skills' listed in the position description to Elise Hopkins, Director, Arts Learning, noting the role title in the subject line.
We encourage any questions about this role and submitting your application at any stage. Please contact Elise with any questions via email.
Please quote in application: Arts Learning Manager via Pro Bono Australia.