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Organisation : Arts Access Victoria

Location : Melbourne (South Melbourne)

Work type : Full-time

Profession : CEO & Senior Management, Community Services, Other

Sector : Arts & Culture, Community Development, Community Engagement, Disabilities

Salary type : Annual Package

Salary : $120,000 - $130,000

Application closing date : 5 Mar, 2024

About the organisation

Organisation Name : Arts Access Victoria

We started in 1974 and are the peak body for arts and disability in Victoria.

We are a disability-led organisation that plays a vital role in state, national and international discourse.

We are the leading force behind a more accessible arts and cultural sector.

We produce and platform the work of Deaf and Disabled artists, arts workers and creatives.

Our purpose is: To lead transformational and systemic change that benefits all Deaf and Disabled people.

At Arts Access Victoria we:

  • Raise the profile and participation of Deaf and Disabled people in the creative industries.
  • Ensure Deaf and Disabled people are in all creative industries as participants, audiences, artists, cultural innovators, influencers and leaders.
  • Transform the way the creative industries engages with Deaf and Disabled people.

We believe that art can lead to cultural, economic, personal and political change. We support the development of vibrant arts and cultural sector that reflects our society in every way. Where Deaf and Disabled people in every part of creative industries.

We work to create change and increase Deaf and Disabled people’s participation in the arts and culture.

About the role

  • Fantastic opportunity leading Victoria’s leading disability arts not-for-profit
  • Flexible working conditions, great terms and wonderful organisational culture
  • Remuneration for the position is $120,000- $130,000 (1.0 EFT) per annum plus generous salary packaging, and superannuation.
  • AAV started in 1974. In the 50 years since, it has become the state’s leading arts and disability organisations. AAV is dedicated to an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for Deaf and Disabled people. Our vision is cultural equity for all Deaf and Disabled people.

The CEO will be an experienced leader who is passionate about cultural equity. With the strategic and advocacy skills to lead the delivery of AAV’s vision. The CEO will embody AAV’s values ensuring AAV continues to lead transformational and systemic change placing Deaf and Disabled people at its centre.

The CEO should be someone who:

  • Identifies as a Deaf and/or Disabled person: AAV is a proud disability-led organisation.
  • Is organised and collaborative: AAV has a collaborative workplace culture. You should be confident managing demanding priorities, systems and processes.
  • Is deeply passionate about the arts and disability sector: AAV’s vision is cultural equity for all Deaf and Disabled people.
  • Is committed to continuous improvement and quality: You will need to translate AAV’s artistic vision into plans and programming
  • Proudly advocates: You will need to effectively communicate and influence the arts, disability and cultural sectors
  • Has refined professional judgment: You will need to demonstrate personal integrity and commitment to AAV values
  • Has ambition and belief in our future: You will need experience in funding and partnership development.

Are you interested? If so, please download the application package below or linked here on our website!

CONTACT US

Contact Nic Vogelpoel (Chair, Arts Access Victoria) if you would like more information or have any questions about the position.

Email: board@artsaccess.com.au

Phone: 0452 216 451 (text or voice)

HOW TO APPLY

Your application must include:

  • A cover letter including responses to the Expression of interest (EOI) questions
  • A CV showing your relevant experience.

Applications that do not address EOI questions will not be accepted. You are welcome to submit your application in alternative formats including video, audio or written.

Email your applications to board@artsaccess.com.au by Monday 4 March 2024 at 5 pm.

Arts Access Victoria recognises and acknowledges that disability is intersectional. We strongly encourage Deaf and Disabled, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ+ and/or CALD people to apply. If you require assistance with your application, please contact us. A position description is available in alternate formats if required, including Braille, Audio, Large Print and Plain English.

If you are offered an interview, please let us know if you have any access requirements.

How to apply

Your application must include:

  • A cover letter including responses to the Expression of interest (EOI) questions
  • A CV showing your relevant experience.

Applications that do not address EOI questions will not be accepted. You are welcome to submit your application in alternative formats including video, audio or written.

Email your applications to board@artsaccess.com.au by Monday 4 March 2024 at 5 pm.

Arts Access Victoria recognises and acknowledges that disability is intersectional. We strongly encourage Deaf and Disabled, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ+ and/or CALD people to apply. If you require assistance with your application, please contact us. A position description is available in alternate formats if required, including Braille, Audio, Large Print and Plain English.

If you are offered an interview, please let us know if you have any access requirements.

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Profession: #CEO_and_Senior_Management, #Community_Services, #Other
Sector: #Arts_and_Culture, #Community_Development, #Community_Engagement, #Disabilities
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