POSITION DESCRIPTION – PROJECT COORDINATOR

The Australian Centre for Photography

The ACP is the leading institution in Australia dedicated to the art of photography and photo media. Since 1974, the ACP has been a creative force in the cultural life of Australia, presenting the work of our most dynamic and diverse artists.

The ACP holds at its core the vital contribution of artists and photographers in distilling and reflecting upon society, displaying a pluralism of perspectives and a breadth of artistic practice. Our exhibitions, education and community programs provide opportunities for audiences and peers to engage in a dynamic conversation about the significance of images, both past and present, within contemporary culture.

During 2016, the ACP embarked on an exciting transition to become a more agile and responsive organisation that actively courts new creative partnerships and avenues for audience engagement both from within and outside the traditional infrastructure for art. This transitional phase has been strongly focused on refining, and redefining, how we operate as a cultural leader within multiple communities and different contexts.

Position Overview and Objectives

The Project Coordinator of the ACP reports to the Education and Public Programs Manager and is accountable for the efficient and effective delivery of the NSW 2017 Grandparents Day program, in partnership with the Department of Family and Community Services.

This is a non-ongoing Part-time (3 days per week) position until 15 December 2017

$28 p/h + 9.5% Superannuation 

Applications Close 5pm:  Monday 3rd July 2017 

For additional information please contact:
Antoinette Clements, Education and Public Programs Manager
a.clements[@]acp.org.au 02 9332 0555

Reporting Relationships

Reports to: Education and Public Programs Manager
Internal Relationships: Tutors, Education and Public Programs Manager, Curator, Office Manager, Director/CEO

External Relationships: Program Participants and Key Stakeholders

Key Accountabilities

You will work closely with the Education and Public Programs Manager to provide the framework, delivery and promotion of NSW Grandparents Day 2017 – Intergenerational Photography Competition.

Deliver all requirements for the NSW Family and Community Services and ACP Partnership

Key Responsibilities

  • Project Management and delivery of the NSW Grandparents Day 2017 – Intergenerational Photography Competition

  • Leading in the coordination and dissemination of all promotional material

  • Maintaining contacts with partner organisations

  • Managing scope and budget

  • Contributing to the ACP team and other general duties

  • Representing the ACP to stakeholders for the project at external meetings and events

  • Inform and monitor ACP staff on the current operational needs to effectively deliver the program

  • Structure program to meet minimal target of 300 entries to the competition Personal Specifications – Essential

  • A sound knowledge of photography (and related media)

  • Demonstrated experience in marketing, communications and project

    management

  • Strong administration and organisational skills

  • Superb communications skills

  • Proactive and strong ability to problem solve

  • Experience of managing budgets

  • Proficient computing skills including Adobe CS

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Ability to work flexible hours

    *Eligible to apply: This position is not eligible for any person that has received a redundancy from the New South Wales Government within the previous 12 months.

 

To apply please send a cover letter addressing the Key Responsibilities and your CV to a.clements[@]acp.org.au by 5pm Monday 3rd July.