Project Officer – Youth. City of Fremantle – Fremantle WA. $66,656 – $79,520 a year
Position number: 36805. Applications close: 09/11/2016. Type of appointment: Fixed term full time
Business unit: Community Development
Fixed Term Full Time (12 month contract)
Salary range $66,656 – $79,520 per annum plus superannuation
Have you worked on a range of community projects? Are you passionate about working with young people? The City of Fremantle has an exciting opportunity for an organised and resourceful individual to join our Community Development team.
This position will be responsible for;
Developing, implementing and evaluating plans to improve outcomes for young people within the City of Fremantle.
Developing and implementing a range of community based initiatives involving young people.
Building collaborative relationships to maximise community engagement with young people. and increase their participation in local community life.
Engaging with young people and networking with other relevant agencies.
Prior experience in a similar role, excellent written and verbal communication skills, project management and research skills and experience in implementing community projects will ensure success in this role.
Tertiary qualifications in Community Development, Youth Work, Social Science or equivalent as well as relevant experience, will be highly regarded.
Manager Arts & Culture Ref. 27_15
4 year fixed-term contract
Salary package range 130K to 150K per annum
The City of Fremantle is looking for an experienced arts and culture focused individual to lead, manage and promote programs that will develop the arts sector within our City.
Reporting to the Director of Community Development, this role will see you oversight the portfolios of Fremantle Festivals, Event Management, Fremantle Arts Centre (including Moores Building and City Art Collection) as well as public art and community arts development. You will develop and deliver the City’s Culture and Arts plan, to ensure that the delivery of arts events, projects and festivals are programmed effectively with maximum usage and patronage of existing arts facilities, as well as lead marketing and promotion strategies for arts and culture across the community. You will also be responsible for grant funding opportunities and management of the portfolio budget.
This role requires proven successful experience in arts management in an urban or community environment, a knowledge of contemporary professional arts practice, highly developed project management, communication and analytical skills, as well as experience in financial and human resource management. Capabilities in the conception, development and delivery of arts projects, as well as tertiary qualifications in arts management or equivalent experience are essential.
For more information about this vacancy and to apply, please visit our website (ref Career Opportunities) or call Director Community Development on 9432 9725. Applications close 5pm Monday 23 February 2015.