Policy Manager (Identified)
Employment Terms: Contract
Salary: $100,639 - $107,916 per annum
Arts Area: Festivals, Film & TV, Government, Museums, Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts & Craft, Web & Multimedia, Writing & Publishing
Job Area: Management / Executive
* Temporary full-time position until January 2019
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To perform this role it is essential that the person who holds the position be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. It is therefore a genuine occupational requirement under section 25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 that applicants are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.
This role plays a lead role in Arts Queensland understanding the broader external environment in which it works, assists with the development of strategy and responses to strategic issues across the organisation, builds evaluation capacity in Arts Queensland and the sector and assists Arts Queensland to position arts and culture within the public policy agenda.
Facilitate the delivery of key strategic projects within Arts Queensland, including development and review of arts and cultural policy and strategy, in consultation with the sector, and projects to improve Arts Queensland's understanding of investment outcomes with a view to publishing more data about investments and return on investment online.
Support digital engagement with the arts and cultural sector through co-creation of content to broker knowledge, build capacity and connect the arts and cultural sector with policy and practice.
Research and evaluate arts and cultural strategies, initiatives and funding programs and monitor performance of Arts Queensland, the arts portfolio and the sector.
Through research and evaluation activities, recommend changes that enhance the delivery of Arts Queensland's commitments to the arts and cultural sector and government stakeholders.
Provide input into and facilitate mechanisms for promoting public value and positioning arts and culture strategically through publication of research and best practice case studies as well as providing opportunities for networking, critical discourse and development of evaluation capacity in the arts and cultural sector in Queensland.
Support the development of strategic and operational plans and corporate reporting and their alignment with whole-of-government planning and reporting frameworks.
Establish effective relationships and networks with the Australia Council, peak bodies and government departments including statutory and local authorities to achieve positive outcomes of significance for Arts Queensland and the arts and cultural sector in Queensland.
Represent Arts Queensland in a variety of forums at a state or national level.
For further information and an application package visit the website.
Job Ad Reference is QLD/AQ505/17.
|Applications Close: 5pm 03/05/2017