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Education and Outreach Coordinator

The Education and Outreach Coordinator role drives engagement with students, families, and communities across the Northern Territory.

Recently restructured to be a standalone, part-time role, this position is ideal for someone with a focus on music education and a passion for engaging with people from diverse age groups, backgrounds, musical experience and interests. The role ofers you the creative freedom to shape an education program that is engaging and responds to the needs of students, schools, and communities across the NT.

Play an important part in bringing orchestral music to schools and communities across the NT in this exciting and varied role, working with a small and collaborative team.

0.3FTE (Three days per fortnight), fixed term until 31 December 2024

This role has the potential to continue beyond December 2024 – this is a trial period for the restructured role, and will be reassessed in late November to determine whether it continues at this time fraction, or is combined with other duties within the organisation at a greater time fraction.

Click here to read the full Position Description and Application Information.

How to apply

Please send your resume along with a cover letter outlining your relevant skills and experience, and why you would like to take on this role. Applications should be no longer than 3 pages.

Please address applications to Kate Stephens, General Manager at kate.stephens@cdu.edu.au. Any queries can also be directed to this address.

Darwin Symphony Orchestra is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from First Nations People, people of culturally diverse backgrounds, people from the LGBTIQA+ community, people with disabilities, and people from all sectors of the community across a diverse range of settings including education, health, aged care, and regional outreach.

 

Expressions of Interest - Concertmaster

Darwin Symphony Orchestra is seeking an accomplished violinist to join us as our next Concertmaster, bringing their own flair and expertise to our unique and dynamic orchestra. This is a special opportunity for a violinist who thrives on creativity and is eager to step into an exciting and varied role.

As the Concertmaster, you will not only lead our orchestra in rehearsals and performances, but also play a pivotal role in shaping the artistic journey of our musicians and the orchestra as a whole.

About the Role & History

To date, this role has been a combined role as Concertmaster and Education/Outreach Officer, encompassing the Concertmaster responsibilities, as well as leading and devising education programs in schools, public performances, and workshops across the Northern Territory. This brings opportunities to work with children and community members across a diverse range of settings including education, health, aged care, and regional outreach.

This combined role has been at a 0.6FTE time fraction, and is a Darwin-based position.

We are open to rethinking and reshaping the role, with the potential to split the Concertmaster and Education/Outreach Officer roles, depending on the skills and interests of Concertmaster candidates.

We encourage you to get in touch to discuss how the role could work differently.

Find full details of the opportunity here.

Express your Interest

To express your interest, please read the above EOI details and email a brief overview of your skills, experience, and interests to Kate Stephens, General Manager at kate.stephens@cdu.edu.au

Enquiries are welcome - to discuss this opportunity please call Kate Stephens on 08 8946 6974.

Darwin Symphony Orchestra is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We strongly encourage expressions of interest from First Nations People, people of culturally diverse backgrounds, people from the LGBTIQA+ community, people with disabilities, and people from all sectors of the community.