We are looking for an experienced Programmer to work across our diverse programming team to lead programming activities as part of an integrated public offer. As our Programmer, First Nations you will seek, secure and nurture creative relationships and partnerships to ensure that ACMIs programs are artistically and culturally vibrant and promote ACMIs leadership in cultural and creative industries.
Our ideal person
You will be experienced in producing a broad range of public programs a with a passion for the moving image with the ability to navigate Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artistic and cultural practice and communities locally and nationally. Your extensive knowledge of programming trends, audience engagement and stakeholder management will see you contributing to the success of our new museum.
This role is a Grade 4, available on a part time basis of 4 days per week with a commencing salary of $ 85,279 (pro-rata) plus super.
This is a special measures role and only Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples are eligible to apply, as per the Equal Opportunity Act 2010
Applications close: 11.59pm Tuesday, 8 December 2020
Please note interviews will be held: Wednesday, 16 December 2020 via Zoom.
You will be redirected to the Careers.Vic job portal.
ACMI is a child safe workplace and actively promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children from all backgrounds. ACMI is an equal opportunity employer, committed to building an inclusive workplace that supports diverse thinking and innovation. ACMI encourages applications from First Nations People, people of culturally diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, and people from the LGBTIQA+ community. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at email@example.com or 03 8663 2200.
Applying for a role
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Resume and application
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Once your application is submitted
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ACMI generally holds panel interviews. A panel will consist of 2 – 3 people. ACMI will advise you of the panel members, their titles and any other information you may need for your interview. If you have any questions regarding your interview, please contact the People & Culture (P&C) Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What’s it like to work for ACMI?
ACMI is an innovative, dynamic, performance-orientated cultural business. It is self-directed, though it falls within the Victorian public sector.
ACMI seeks to nurture an entrepreneurial team spirit delivering varied cultural, creative and performance aims. In an environment of hard working but passionate enthusiasm for our subject matter and audiences, ACMI aims to provide rich opportunities for staff and organisational interests to thrive.
To enrich our lives and foster our creative industries by illuminating the moving images, screens and technologies that define our age
By 2025, ACMI will reflect our diverse society, connecting watchers and learners, players and makers, through our ground breaking onsite and digital programs and experiences
We believe ….
- First Nations culture is at the centre of Australian culture
- commitment to diversity and inclusivity is ongoing work and must be continuously championed
- our museum must strive to be accessible, reflective and welcoming of all our communities
- innovation and learning requires experimentation and risk taking
- collaboration enables real accomplishment
- creative expression takes many forms
- in working together with integrity and respect.
Aside from being a part of an amazingly talented team that is passionate about the moving image, as an ACMI employee you’ll be entitled to some great benefits including:
- Annual leave loading 17.5%
- Annual increases aligned with the VPS salary structure
- Paid parental leave (14 weeks primary carer, 2 weeks secondary carer)
- ACMI Membership
- Salary packaging
- Flexible working and family friendly policies
- Discounts (Gym, Health Insurance, ACMI shop, programs and cafe)
- Recognition of prior government service
- Myki Commuter Club
- Complimentary entry (subject to availability) or concession rates to ACMI programs
- Internal team mobility (secondments and project opportunities)
- Plus, you’ll get to work on some really cool stuff!
Each role at ACMI has a salary band that is aligned to the Victorian Public Sector salary bands, this is included in the position description and advertised in the job ad. As a general rule, ACMI appoints at the base of the Grade specified in the job ad. If your salary expectations or skillset better match a salary higher than the base, please confirm this in your application or at interview.
We are committed to equal opportunity and providing a workplace that is free from all forms of harassment and discrimination.If you have any special requirements or reasonable accommodations you would like us to explore, please feel free to contact us or let us know in a cover letter. Additionally, we may be able to support a video application for certain roles.
We've provided answers to some commonly asked questions to assist you in the application process.
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