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May 17, 2018

EMPLOYMENT | Ananguku Arts and Cultural Aboriginal Corporation seeks new CEO

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Key Dates:

Applications close: Sunday 20 November 2016

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will work in accordance with the vision, goals and policies of the Ananguku Arts board as informed by the rules of the corporation and to support the aspirations of Ananguku Arts members.

An Aboriginal owned and governed visual arts organisation
started by artists and Art Centre managers on the APY Lands in
1998, Ananguku (Ku) Arts delivers programs supporting artists’
professional development, art worker training, Art Centre startup
and business development, marketing, and advocacy for ethical
dealing with Indigenous artists.

The organisation is governed by a board of directors comprised
of Anangu representatives of the seven Art Centres on the APY
Lands, one representative of Indigenous artists in regional South
Australia, and two independent directors.

The CEO as the senior executive of the corporation has overall
responsibility for leading and managing the corporation in a
strategic leadership and advocacy role. The position is based in
Adelaide, however frequent travel will be required, including to
remote communities in South Australia.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to

How to apply?

To obtain the selection documentation and application processes,
please request a copy of the Applicant’s Job Pack by email: ora@oric.gov.au

Should you require any further information regarding the
position, please contact Colin Plowman on 0408 619 649.



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