This position, working closely with the Board and Artistic Director of PABL, Phillip Adams, leads the overall management of the company and South Melbourne based venue, Temperance Hall. The successful applicant will have extensive managerial experience and sound knowledge of the small to medium arts sector.
Those who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, culturally and linguistically diverse, and/or LGBTQIA+ are encouraged to apply.
Applications are now open and close Wednesday 27 October 5pm AEST.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CO – CEO
PERIOD OF POSITION: 12 months initial contract
WEEKLY HOURS: 0.8 or 1.0 EFT (as negotiated)
SALARY RANGE: $78 – $85k pro rata + superannuation
Download the Position Description and more info here.
lease forward your application in one PDF document to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Confidential ED APPLICATION
Your application must include:
- Cover letter
- 3-page (maximum) response to the Key Selection Criteria
For further information please contact Co-Chairs of the BalletLab Board, Phoebe Dunn email@example.com or Tony Harding firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time for a phone conversation.
About Temperance Hall
Phillip Adams BalletLab (PABL) at Temperance Hall (TH) is a pivotal foundry for experimental choreography, performance and art. We challenge the status quo by making, presenting, and supporting dance work that is avant-garde and profoundly innovative. PABL advocates for queer artistic ambition, creating transformative and enriching cultural experiences with the LGBTQIA+ community.
In 2016 PABL established the Temperance Hall as an interdisciplinary venue and hub in South Melbourne. Our organisation is a unique offering within the Australian contemporary dance and art sector, championing diverse artists at all stages of their careers. The programming of the venue is shaped by the vision of artistic director Phillip Adams in consultation and collaboration with a network of independent local, national and international artistic voices and communities. Program initiatives span creation, commissioning and presentation of work, festival partnership associations, resident artists exchange, mentoring and workshops.