The Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance Aboriginal Corporation (SWFWAA) is the regional body for Aboriginal arts and culture on the Mid North Coast of NSW. The Alliance’s objective is to position Aboriginal art and culture as the foundation for the social, economic and cultural development of the Mid North Coast Aboriginal communities. Our Board is made up of CEO’s from ten local Aboriginal Land Councils providing a platform for effective community engagement and representation from across the region.
The General Manager reports directly to the Board and is required to effectively manage the day-to-day operations of the SWFWAA and to lead, implement and achieve the strategic objectives of the Alliance including overseeing and delivering the Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance Strategic Business Plan. This challenging position requires a professional ‘hands-on’ leader who is capable of working across all levels of a small not-for-profit organisation, including experience working effectively with a Board of Directors.
We are looking for an excellent communicator who is able to build and maintain strong relationships with government, funders, the community and other stakeholders. A key imperative will be to source, develop and generate the financial income and revenue streams required to support current operations and to create a sustainable future for the SWFWAA.
This position requires high-level financial and project management experience in the not-for-profit (preferably arts) sector. Strong leadership ability, high integrity and a commitment to lead, manage and develop the SWFWAA’s team of staff, volunteers and contractors in accordance with the SWFWAA’s values is essential.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
How to apply
To obtain an application package, please contact our office on 02 6658 1315 or email email@example.com
For further information regarding the position, please contact the SWFWAA
Chairperson, Joedie Lawler via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications Close 5pm Monday 14 September 2020