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Communications Coordinator

Aboriginal Art Centre Hub Western Australia

THE OPPORTUNITY

The AACHWA team is expanding! Applications are now open for various positions that play a crucial role in supporting our organisation's operations team.

There is currently one (1) fixed-term full time Communications Coordinator position available for immediate start.

Communications Coordinator:

As the Communications Coordinator your role will work within the marketing and communications team to develop and deliver AACHWA’s communications strategy in line with the organisation’s strategic plan. Your role will be responsible for developing and delivering content across all AACHWA communication platforms and coordinating the delivery of key resources and publications.

Location: Beaufort Centre, L3 82 Beaufort Street, Perth WA 6000

Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week

Term: 12-month fixed-term contract

Applications for this position is currently open and will be processed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. We encourage interested candidates to apply at their earliest convenience, as the application process will close upon the selection of suitable candidates.

ABOUT AACHWA

The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of Western Australia (AACHWA) is a peak body and advocacy organisation representing Aboriginal Art Centres across regional and remote Western Australia. AACHWA delivers professional development programs for managers, boards, and artists; provides recruitment advice and services; and acts as an advocate to, and central point of contact for, Regional, State and Federal funding bodies.

Our Vision: AACHWA is an influential peak organisation with a strong voice, supporting vibrant and sustainable Aboriginal Art Centres across Western Australia.

Our Mission: We work with WA Aboriginal Art Centres to celebrate the strength of our art and culture by:

Promoting: we are a strong voice for art centres

Empowering: we encourage best practice, facilitate targeted training opportunities, and encourage leadership within younger generations

Connecting: we build strong networks with members and partners

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR? 

We are looking for motivated communications and project management professionals with a strategic mindset who are passionate about making positive change for our community who have strong project and program skills. The ideal candidates will have experience working in a project environment, excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be proactive, innovative, collaborative and organised.

If you are someone with these skills and the ability to support, build and maintain relationships, we would love to hear from you! 

WHY WORK FOR AACHWA?

In return for your skills, passion and commitment, we will offer you a rewarding challenging job, a safe and healthy working environment and a range of benefits including:

  • Flexible working arrangements
  • 3 months long service leave for every seven years consecutive service
  • Salary Packaging Options
  • Learning and development opportunities that focus on your career aspirations.
  • 10 days cultural and ceremonial leave for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees
  • A free confidential Employee Assistance Program, providing services to support your wellbeing.
  • Opportunities to travel to regional and remote art centre locations in WA.

ENQUIRIES

For enquiries about the position, please contact us by phone 08 9200 6248 or email [email protected] using the subject line: Communications Coordinator enquiry via EthicalJobs.

Alternatively, visit our website aachwa.com.au/work-with-us/ for more information.

Applications for this position are currently open and will be processed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. We encourage interested candidates to apply at their earliest convenience, as the application process will close upon the selection of a suitable candidate.

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