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Community Arts Advisor

Job details

Christchurch City Council
18 Oct 2020
Work type
Part time employment, Fixed Term
Work classification
Community & Access Arts


When you join the Christchurch City Council you'll be getting involved first hand and working to shape the future of this city, our communities and environment. As well as working with awesome people within the organisation, you'll find many opportunities to develop and progress your career with us. Christchurch City Council, where it's possible to love what you do.

As a team we help make Christchurch a more desirable place to live, play and to visit all year-round. Events, festivals and community arts are an integral part of life in Christchurch. So, we're looking for two experienced Community Arts Advisors to join our team and make great things happen for community.

Bring your energy to a team where your experience and ideas will be valued. This is a rare opportunity to take on a part-time role in the Arts Sector where you can work independently and with a collaborative team. You will have the ability to manage your own workload and juggle multiple projects at one time. Your technical knowledge and expertise will assist us in the implementation and delivery of the Toi Ōtautahi, our city arts strategy. You will be confident in providing advice and direction to internal and external stakeholders relating to community arts participation, access, networking, funding, and more in support of delivery of the arts strategy.

Join us on our journey activating and bringing life to the city, improving our people's sense of wellbeing and identity. Delivery of Toi Ōtautahi is a collaborative effort with mana whenua, Creative New Zealand, Rātā Foundation, ChristchurchNZ, the arts sector, the education sector, and local businesses. Together we're working to strengthen communities, develop and celebrate excellent local arts and creativity, to promote our unique stories and heritage, and to contribute to growing the economy.

Additional recruitment information:

Hours of work: fixed-term, part-time 12 months - 20 hours per week, flexible by arrangement across 3-5 working days. Will be discussed with the successful applicant.
Salary: Will be discussed with the successful applicant

How to apply

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