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Injalak Arts & Craft Aboriginal Corporation is celebrating 31 years as an established art centre run by an Indigenous Board of Directors. This work continues at the foot of Injalak Hill which holds some of the most significant rock art in the world and continues an art making tradition spanning more than 65,000 years. Injalak’s artists create paintings on paper and bark, carvings, weavings, textile design and screen-printing, multimedia projects and much more. The art centre offers vital opportunities for the people of Gunbalanya and surrounding homelands, not only in terms of employment and other economic development, but in social, cultural, health and wellbeing. The art centre is internationally renowned for its representation of Kunwinjku traditions.
This newly created role of eCommerce & Administration Officer is part of a small, dynamic team that ensures development of online retail of Injalak Arts, based in Western Arnhem Land. This position coordinates the promotions and sales of the art centre in the remote community of Gunbalanya and supports the Operations Manager in the administration of the organisation. This position is responsible for the implementation of digital marketing plans, developing content and assisting with online and traditional marketing channels to achieve our communication and marketing objectives. This role coordinates the full range of digital engagement mechanisms, including the organisation’s website, social media channels: Facebook and Instagram, online stores, third-party review sites, etc.
This position is required to build capacity in Bininj staff to develop eCommerce skills to support the position. The art centre itself supports the artist membership comprising over 300 regular artists across Gunbalanya and outstation communities.