Injalak Arts is an Aboriginal-owned social enterprise regulated by the Office of the Registrar of indigenous Corporations, and governed by the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006. Injalak Arts is a remote community art centre located approximately 300 km east of Darwin, just inside Arnhem Land. Formed in 1989, the focus of the art centre was screen-printing local designs on fabric and a number of young people came on board. It quickly became a hive of activity and a magnet for artists and craftspeople from throughout western Arnhem Land. The art forms grew to include painters, weavers, fabric screen printers and carvers, attracting both the young and older men and women which has seen an increase to the membership over the past 29 years.
Type of vacancy:
Salary and conditions:
- 9.5% superannuation
- salary sacrifice is available
- furnished three bedroom house
- five weeks annual leave
As Chief Executive Officer (CEO) you will be responsible for the strategic direction, leadership and sustainability of the organisation, to continue to successfully meet its mission and objectives to support the members and their communities.
This newly created role of CEO at Injalak Arts will ensure the stabilisation, continued growth and sound management of the two key businesses operated by the corporation. These businesses are Injalak Arts Art Centre in Gunbalanya, and Provenance Arts in Darwin.This is a complex role, requiring a combination of indigenous arts management expertise, cross-cultural communication skills, high-level business skills, as well as tourism, marketing and retail knowledge.
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Contact person and how to apply:
For more information about the position contact Sally on 08 8985 1728 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.