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Arts Administrator

Job details

Organisation
Ngā Toi Hawke’s Bay
Closes
16 Mar 2022
Region
Hawke's Bay
Work type
Contract
Work classification
Community & Access Arts, Digital & Technology, Other

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Arts Administrator – Independent Contractor (6 month part time contract)

Bring your enthusiasm for the arts and working with creatives to this exciting new role working in the heart of Te Matau-a-Māui/ Hawke’s Bay.

We are seeking an Arts Administrator who can hit the ground running with their exceptional administrative skills. This is no typical Admin role as you will be working across a diverse creative sector supporting multiple project streams and priorities. No two days will be the same as you will be organising focus groups, wananga, workshops, and meetings and also providing a wide variety of project administrative support to our project leads.

Key skills and attributes we are looking for:

  • Superb organisational and administrative skills – attention to detail and accuracy is a must!
  • Ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks and deadlines.
  • Technology whizz – especially Office 365 suite and database management
  • Digital guru – love for all things web and social
  • Strong interpersonal skills and excellent relationship management skills (customer focused mindset)
  • Team player - committed to a regular office presence and protocols and recognises when all hands to the pump is needed to meet deadlines.
  • Financially literate and good with numbers
  • Culturally competent – good grasp of te reo would be an advantage
  • Flexibility and adaptability

 

Applications close 16 March 2022

How to apply

If this sounds like you and you are keen to be on team Ngā Toi Hawke’s Bay, please send in your CV and covering letter or presentation to Sarah Stroud E: hello@ngatoihawkesbay.co.nz

Written by

Joy - Operations, The Big Idea

10 Mar 2022