ANKAAA - Leadership Roles in the Aboriginal Art Sector

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Key Dates:

Applications close: Tuesday 23 June 2015

ANKAAA offers two new leadership roles: Program Manager and Finance & Operations Manager. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Founded in 1987, ANKAAA is a leading not-for-profit Aboriginal Corporation, and first peak advocacy and support organisation for Indigenous art. ANKAAA services Indigenous artists and supports 49 Aboriginal owned community Art Centres located across its one million square kilometer regions in Northern Australia. ANKAAA works on behalf of its members to promote, resource, educate and protect the work of Indigenous artists and Art Centres.

ANKAAA has two new leadership positions available for the right candidates:

Founded in 1987, ANKAAA is a leading not-for-profit Aboriginal Corporation, and first
peak advocacy and support organisation for Indigenous art. ANKAAA services
Indigenous artists and supports 49 Aboriginal owned community Art Centres located
across its one million square kilometer regions in Northern Australia. ANKAAA works
on behalf of its members to promote, resource, educate and protect the work of
Indigenous artists and Art Centres

1. Program Manager

This role ensures the effective day to day delivery of core programs and leads the Resource and Development Team in providing high quality services to Aboriginal artists, art workers and Art Centres. The Program Manager will develop and coordinate programs, activities and resources that meet the needs of ANKAAA's stakeholders and help build and sustain a vibrant Aboriginal art industry.

2. Finance & Operations Manager

This new role is responsible for bookkeeping and financial management; grant management and reporting; and general oversight of the organisation's HR, IT and administration functions. Experience using MYOB is essential. The Finance & Operations Manager will play a key role in building the financial sustainability of ANKAAA.

Both roles require excellent interpersonal skills, a capacity to work effectively across cultures, and a genuine commitment to Indigenous self-determination. Strong management skills and an ability to work cooperatively within a small team environment are essential for ensuring effective operations, compliance and service delivery for this multifaceted corporation with diverse income streams.

A competitive employment package will be offered to the right candidates.

For further information and a job application pack contact info@ankaaa.org.au or (08) 6281 2739.

 

 

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