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WAM’s looking for a new Business Manager & Admin Officer!

4 Dec

Want to help champion WA music? WAM is seeking two suitably qualified, passionate and fun people to work with us and fill the following positions:

 

WAM BUSINESS MANAGER

STATUS  Permanent – 0.4FTE
POSITION OBJECTIVES   The key role of the Business and Operations Manager is to support the CEO and ensure WAM’s projects are delivered and its mission is fulfilled. Critical to these elements are financial and resource management, as well as ensuring the day-to-day operations of the business are supported and effective. The role helps to centralise planning and resourcing, and along with the CEO, assisting with long-term strategy development and implementation.
FULL DESCRIPTION 
To download the full Position Description, click here or here.

 

WAM ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

STATUS Permanent – 0.6 FTE
POSITION OBJECTIVES   The key role of the Administration Officer is to support the CEO and other WAM staff in both the general administration of WAM, as well as program support when and where applicable and appropriate. When in attendance, the WAM Administration Officer will act as the first point of call for incoming phone calls and visitors, and is expected to have an understanding of the WA contemporary music scene in order to provide first point of contact assistance in most circumstances.
FULL DESCRIPTION 
To download the full Position Description, click here or here.

 

Please read the Position Description/s linked above and if you have any questions contact WAM’s CEO Mike Harris at [email protected]

Applicants must make it quite clear how they meet the required skills and attributes; don’t make it too hard to for us to work out whether you are suitable or not. Please keep your application cover letter to two pages, and submit with a CV of no more than two pages as well.

 

APPLICATIONS DUE  8AM Monday 14 December.

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.