Work with us
Thank you for your interest in working with Denmark Arts.
Denmark Arts is a small, dynamic organisation which is responsible for providing arts and cultural services within the Shire of Denmark. We are seeking people for the following positions:
Marketing – Denmark Festival of Voice
The ideal applicant will have experience in all aspects of promotion and marketing, strong organisational skills, the capacity to multi-task in a dynamic environment and a passion and commitment to the arts and community.
The position is contract with immediate start until the end of June. A job description can be downloaded here.
Applications close: 18th March 2020 (extended)
Please submit a covering letter, summary biography of no more than two pages, and an additional document of no more than two pages addressing the job description. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line clearly marked APPLICATION – MARKETING
For further enquiries, please contact Vivienne Robertson: email@example.com
The Denmark Festival of Voice are putting together the Festival Team for 2020!
We are looking for people with relevant skills and experience in festival management, production, coordinating volunteers, site management, venue management, stage management, venue dressing.
We are also seeking youth interns to assist with marketing and youth programming, who will be mentored by experienced festival staff.
Please send us an email with a couple of paragraphs outlining your experience and interest and attach your CV. Send to Marianthe Loucataris at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to call Marianthe and chat about the opportunities on Tues and Thurs 10-3pm 9848 3623.
Expressions of interest close on Wednesday 18 of March.
Volunteer Coordinator broad description: The role of the Volunteer Coordinator(s) are to recruit, schedule, oversee and care for a team of up to 70 volunteers for the duration of the Festival; to liaise with Festival staff in relation to volunteers and to organise volunteer training in liaison with Festival staff. The role is generally split into two – a person who takes the main role, and a back-up person who ‘shadows’, assists and is the main contact for one day of the Festival. The positions need to start immediately and expected hours are the equivalent of 1 day per week over 13 weeks for the Main Role and a half day per week for the Support Role.
Applications close: 18th March 2020