Wide Angle is Hiring

Wide Angle is currently recruiting for two new positions to support Wide Angle's slate of programmes;

Impact Producer/Project Manager

Position Details

Position Title

Impact Producer/Project Manager

Employment Type

Part time (0.5FTE) - 24 months fixed term

Hours of Work

19 hours per week with flexible arrangements for work hours

Place of Work

WAT’s office in South Hobart

Remuneration

Up to SCHADS award level 5 depending on experience and qualifications

Reporting to

Executive Director

Position Summary
Wide Angle Tasmania (WAT) is seeking an experienced Impact Producer and Project Manager to implement a portfolio of WAT’s projects and contribute to the development of our future program.   Working closely with WAT’s Executive Director the Impact producer/Project Manger will collaborate with stakeholders, partners, project staff and participants. This is a newly created position that supports the GRIT, Films Work and 48 hour film festival projects.

Download the application pack here

Applications must be received by 9am Monday, March 15 by email to [email protected]


Project Officer

Position Details

Position Title

Project Officer

Employment Type

Part –time - 12 months fixed term.

Hours of Work

20 hours per week with flexible arrangements for work hours

Place of Work

WAT’s office in South Hobart

Remuneration

Up to SCHADS award level 3 depending on experience and qualifications

Reporting to

Executive Director and Project Manager

 

Position Summary
Wide Angle Tasmania (WAT) is looking for an organised Project Officer to assist in the delivery of project goals across the Wide Angle Tasmania programme.  The Project Officer will take responsibility for several established projects as well as supporting the Project Manager to implement major projects. The Project Officer will work closely with the Executive Director to provide general administrative and project support to the organisation.

This is a new position at Wide Angle with responsibilities that include working under direction, collaboratively and autonomously. The role is procedurally driven, involving both structured and creative activities. Strong attention to details is critical, as is creative thinking.  The role requires excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

This position involves coordinating small events and requires strong technology skills, document formatting, calendar and meeting coordination, competency in social media marketing and a familiarity with information communication technologies. As an outward facing role we are looking for a friendly and approachable person to represent our organisation.

Download the application pack here 

Applications must be received by 9am Wednesday, March 17 by email to [email protected]


Enquiries

Please download the application pack for more information about the duties, responsibilities and the selection criteria.

Enquiries regarding the positions can be directed to Abi Binning, WAT’s Executive Director – phone 6223 8344, 0478 150 206 or email [email protected].

 

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.

Mission

To strengthen Tasmania’s screen culture by encouraging, developing and supporting Tasmanian screen practitioners.

Vision

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

Values

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

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