We're looking for someone who is a team player and will keep our office ticking over - everything from checking out gear to raising an invoice. You will have excellent people and organisational skills for dealing with our members and the broader screen sector. Your responsibilities will include answering the phone and emails, scheduling equipment and facility hires and events, updating our website, databases and preparing newsletters. You'll need to be methodical, have a strong eye for detail and take pride in your work.
Reporting directly to WAT’s Executive Director the Admin Assistant will work closely with the WAT community and with WAT’s Project Co-Ordinator.
The Admin Assistant position is offered as a part time position (up to 22 hours per week over 3 or 4 days). Commencing in Jan 2020, some flexibility of work hours and out of office hours will be required. The Admin Assistant will work from WAT’s office in South Hobart.
Award & Remuneration- The position is a Level 1.2 SCHADS Award.
Key Responsibilities and Duties
- Provide accounts support including invoicing and processing payments (MYOB software)
- Respond to general inquiries from screen sector stakeholders
- Co-ordinate the hiring of equipment and facilities
- Assist with event management including venue set-up, marketing (via newsletter, website, social media), managing enrolments and attendees, supporting contract tutors.
- Perform a range of administrative tasks including answering phones & email, collecting mail, processing membership subscriptions, distributing meeting papers and minuting meetings, ensuring the office is clean and tidy and well-stocked.
- Provide other administrative services to the Executive Director and Project Co-ordinator as required
- Great verbal and written communication skills;
- The ability to work with teams and independently
- Familiarity with MYOB or willingness to learn quickly
- Well organised, with an eye for detail
- Interest in the screen, arts or not-for-profit sector
How to apply
Enquiries regarding the position can be directed to Abi Binning, WAT’s Executive Director – phone 6223 8344 or email email@example.com. Your application for the role of Admin Assistant should include:
- Cover letter stating your interest and responding to the Selection Criteria (max. 1 page)
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) including contact details, experience, education, and two referees
Applications must be received by 9am Monday, January 6 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Shortlisted applicants may be invited to attend an interview.
About Wide Angle Tasmania
Established in 2005, Wide Angle Tasmania is the state’s screen development organisation. It is a not-for-profit organisation that nurtures local talent by providing advice, training, access to film production equipment and production initiatives. Wide Angle Tasmania also offers Tasmanian audiences a diverse programme of screenings.
To strengthen Tasmania’s screen culture by encouraging, developing and supporting Tasmanian screen practitioners.
A vibrant, diverse and renewable Tasmanian screen culture. Such a culture will be characterized by:
- Production of screen work that explores and expresses the stories, ideas and perspectives of Tasmanians
- Tasmanian screen productions that embrace diverse subjects, employ a variety of genres, styles, technologies, platforms and serve a range of purposes
- A Tasmanian screen community that is regularly replenished by the inclusion of new practitioners, new ideas and new approaches to production
The values that guide our work include:
- Resourcefulness: making intelligent and creative use of limited resources
- Openness: being receptive to new and diverse ideas and approaches
- Community: sharing skills, talents, ideas and resources to support the work of others
- Accountability: taking responsibility for our actions and their outcomes
You can view a copy of Wide Angle Tasmania’s 2019-2021 Strategic Plan online at: www.wideangle.org.au/about