We’re currently experiencing a period of organisational growth and increased connectivity to our in-prison and post-release arts programs. To keep up with the demand, we are looking to recruit two new Arts Officers to support Indigenous men and women in prison and in community.
The two roles are Indigenous Women’s Arts Officer and Indigenous Arts Officer In Community.
These positions are designated as specific Aboriginal positions under section 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977.
The Indigenous Women’s Arts Officer is an outreach role coordinating creative support to women who are incarcerated and to women post release who are reintegrating back into the community. The role is ideal for a woman embedded in the Victorian community with a passionate arts practice, who is keen to support other women to establish and sustain their practice.
Download the Indigenous Women’s Arts Officer Position Description here.
The Indigenous Arts Officer in Community role is an outreach position delivering the post release arts program. This role builds on the Statewide Indigenous Arts in Prison program and supports participants to establish and sustain an arts practice post release and assist community reintegration.
Download the position description for the Indigenous Arts Officer in Community here.
Applications are due by 5pm, Mon 18 Feb
GET IN CONTACT
We encourage anyone interested to get in touch and chat through the position prior to the application deadline.
Contact Program Manager Susannah Day
Phone: 0402 077 396