June 24, 2013
TOI PONEKE ADMINISTRATOR
Hours: 30 hours per week
Great opportunities to gain breadth of experience in arts administration and facilities management.
Would attract someone who enjoys a wide variety of tasks and is able to be autonomous.
Gain understanding of the relationships with arts organizations and work in a positive creative environment.
Located within a vibrant creative community, Toi Poneke Arts Centre is a creative space for artists, arts businesses and arts organisations to meet, work, rehearse and exhibit in the heart of the city. Toi Poneke aims to increase arts activity in Wellington by providing an environment that supports innovation and encourages artists to work together and to connect people to the creative community.
We are looking for an administrator who is passionate about providing an excellent standard of service to Council and a diverse range of people in the creative arts sector. This role primarily ensures the smooth running of the administration side of Toi Poneke and selected projects within the city arts team.
Essentially this is a traditional administration role, raising purchase orders for services delivered to the centre, invoicing, journaling, managing customer accounts. Where this role differs is in the broad range of stakeholders and interesting creative areas we interface with – this is a role like no other with a meaningful impact on our creative community.
As our ideal candidate you will have strong administrationand organisational skills. You will pride yourself on your excellent multitaskingand problem solving skills. Your instinctive ability to think methodically, establish and maintain sound processes and systems and think on your feet to respond to complex issues will put you in good stead for this role.
Like to know more?
Call Paora Allen, Toi Poneke Manager on 04 385 1929 for a confidential discussion.
If this sounds like you, click “apply now” to apply online.
Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
Applications close Sunday 7 July 2013.