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Back to Back Theatre

60 Little Malop St
Geelong
Victoria
Australia 3220

Postal Address

PO Box 1257
Geelong
Victoria
Australia 3220

Tel 61 3 5221 2029
ABN 95 834 484 241

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info@backtobacktheatre.com

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Employment

Development Team Members 

Back to Back Theatre is on the hunt for Development Team Members to join our passionate and adventurous team, who are instrumental in bringing exemplary art made by artists with disabilities to audiences and community participants in Geelong, across Australia and the world. Back to Back Theatre works in collaboration with public and private supporters to bring its ambitious, idiosyncratic vision to fruition.

We are looking for Development Team Members with expertise or a strong interest in the areas of government funding, philanthropic trusts and foundations, private giving, and/or external stakeholder management. You might have extensive experience and are looking for a highly flexible part-time engagement, or you might be eager to make your mark in this space.

 

We are thus seeking Expressions of Interest from individuals who would like to work with us.

We are open to a dialogue with applicants of calibre, dedicated individuals who want to make things happen. The position description, working days and salary are negotiable dependent on the experience and expertise of the right applicant. Our company is managed with an ethos of mutual participation. We foster our collective imagination and invite all staff to participate in developing our creative intention.

As part of a small, dedicated and lively team, you would play a vital part in bringing Back to Back Theatre’s work to audiences and community members. This is an opportunity to work for one of Australia’s most highly regarded contemporary theatre companies whose work has significant social and cultural impact, and which shapes perceptions about what is possible for people of difference in our society.

Flexible Working Arrangements 

Back to Back Theatre offers options for flexible working arrangements that operate to the mutual benefit of Back to Back Theatre and its employees including: negotiable part-time working arrangements and the ability to work from home by negotiation.

Salary Sacrifice 

Back to Back Theatre offers salary sacrificing to ongoing employees.

If you think this could be the right role for you, please send, as a single pdf: a 1-page Expression of Interest outlining your interest in Back to Back Theatre and your relevant experience, together with a curriculum vitae (3 pages maximum) to recruitment@backtobacktheatre.com 

Expressions of Interest close midnight Wednesday 2 October.

If you have any questions, or have a lateral idea that you’d like to propose and talk through, please don’t hesitate to contact Katherine Branch on (03) 5221 2029 | katherine@backtobacktheatre.com

Position Description for Development Team Members EOI

Organisational Purpose & Overview

Back to Back Theatre creates new forms of contemporary performance created by artists with disabilities, giving voice to social and political issues which speak to all people.
Based in the regional centre of Geelong, the company is one of Australia’s most globally recognised and respected contemporary theatre companies.
In addition to its professional practice Back to Back Theatre collaborates intensively with communities around the world, with a focus on artistic excellence and elevated social inclusion for people with disabilities.

* Back to Back Theatre is a registered Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) and is able to offer Salary Sacrifice benefits for this role. The amount of an employee’s salary that can be salary sacrificed is limited by Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) limits set by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and these are subject to change each year.