Work With Us
We welcome your involvement with Accessible Arts, and have a number of opportunities for you to consider.
- We’re currently recruiting for a Arts Development Manager. This is a part-time position (30 hours per week) for a nine-month contract.
- This is the perfect job for a person with Arts Development experience who is looking for a meaningful role in the arts and culture sector.
- A position description – including selection criteria and details of how to apply – is available on the Accessible Arts website: https://aarts.net.au/news/were-hiring-arts-development-manager/
- Applicants must provide their CV and a cover letter responding to the selection criteria.
- Accessible Arts values and promotes diversity and inclusion in our workplace and encourages people with disability, First Nations people and people of diverse cultural backgrounds, sexualities and gender identities to apply.
- Applications close at 9am on Wednesday 8 September 2021 and must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- For enquiries about this position, please contact Liz Martin on email@example.com or +61 2 9251 6499.
We’re looking for NSW-based arts practitioners with disability or who are d/Deaf to become Accessible Arts Advisors. As an Advisor, you will work with us on various projects relating to disability, access and the arts. We would also draw on your expertise for a range of projects, to make the arts more accessible across NSW.
From time to time we come across artists with disability who are keen to be mentored, in such areas as visual art, writing and performance. If you are a willing mentor or a keen mentee, then contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and put Mentoring Opportunities in the subject line.
Our small and dedicated team of volunteers make an enormous contribution to what we do.
If you would like to volunteer for Accessible Arts, please send your resume to email@example.com.
We offer a range of volunteer opportunities in our organisation, which also helps volunteers develop a new range of skills and broaden their knowledge. Volunteers may be recruited to assist with one off events, and for long-term appointments.
Student placements will be considered if they are relevant to the work we do, and the arts and disability sector.
We strongly encourage people with disability to apply.
Image: AArts team members presenting at Aus. Ticketing Professionals Conference (credit: Liz Martin)