Arts Coordinator and Rata Studios Assistant (part time)
Closes29 Oct 2020
Posted on14 Oct 2020
Work typePart time employment
Work classificationEducation & Development, Management & Admin, Performing Arts
We are seeking to appoint a skilled administrator to coordinate our co-curricular Arts programmes and events, and assist with the running of Rata Studios. This is our performing arts school, which offers courses in the Arts for people of all ages from the wider community. While we are currently looking for both aspects to be taken on by one person, we may consider splitting the roles should we receive applications indicating interest of this nature. It is expected that the combined role will be between 20-30 hours per week, predominantly to be worked during afternoons and evenings.
Scots College is a world-class co-educational independent school with a strong Presbyterian heritage. Based in the Eastern suburbs of Wellington, New Zealand, Scots College offers a vibrant learning environment, encouraging excellence in every facet of education. The College is proud of its dedicated staff who work hard to support and encourage the students. The school environment is strong and the staff work closely with parents to obtain the best outcomes for their children.
As our ideal candidate, you must have a passion for the Arts, excellent administration skills and strong connections in the arts community. You will be a forward thinking, innovative thinker, willing to participate in the development and execution of a vision for the future of the Arts at Scots College. You will be well used to working in a dynamic environment and enjoy the challenges of event and programme planning and implementation.
Key attributes of the successful candidate include:-
- Strong administrative skills especially, planning, time management and organisation skills
- The ability to engage, enthuse and inspire others
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to interact positively with a wide range of people and to build and maintain effective relationships
- The ability to network effectively
- Having a strong interest in the students, their families and the community
- High levels of integrity, practiced judgement and discretion
- Flexibility and adaptability, able to think on your feet
- Being a participating and contributing team player
- Ideally, some technical ability
If you are motivated by the prospect of being a part the Scots College Arts programmes, then we would be delighted to hear from you. The successful candidate will commence in this new role in time for the beginning of Term 1, late January 2021.