Creative Producer (Programs)


Do you thrive in a dynamic environment empowering young artists?

Do you want to help shape and elevate youth arts practice?

We are seeking a dynamic team player committed to collaboration, innovation and community engagement to join our team as Creative Producer (Programs).

About Corrugated Iron

2024 Corrugated Iron marks 40 years of continuing to be the Northern Territory’s premier youth arts organisation, playing a crucial role in a region where there is no major performing arts company or tertiary training in the performing arts; or more importantly, equal access to basic health care, housing and financial security for the majority of the population.

At our core we engage, train, mentor and employ emerging, early career artists and creative professionals who inspire children & young people to forge creative futures. Through local, national and international partnerships we ensure that barriers to participation are removed so that children, young people, emerging & early career artists across the NT have ongoing creative experiences, training, professional learning and mentoring.

Our annual artistic program features workshops, performances, strategic projects and a significant community engagement program delivered in urban, regional, remote and very remote communities and schools.

With secure multi-year funding from Creative Australia and the Northern Territory Government we are well positioned to fulfill our vision of ‘Igniting creativity in all young Territorians’ by providing opportunities for young people as creators, participants, and audiences, as well as shaping pathways for organisational development and sector leadership.

Our artistic focus is a balance of self-produced, commissioned and contracted performance opportunities seeking to explore what is possible in youth arts in the NT context.

About the Position 

The Creative Producer (Programs) plays a key leadership role in developing and delivering our annual artistic program in collaboration with children, young people, emerging and early career artists.

The Creative Producer (Programs) works collaboratively across all levels of the organisation to support the effective development, planning, delivery and quality of the annual artistic program.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to advance their career in the arts, or to share their experience and expertise with the next generation, or for an adventure seeking arts professional wishing to expand thier horizons in the Top End and make a positive impact.

This position is currently 30 hrs per week.

To read the position description, selection criteria and how to apply click HERE.

Applications close Monday 22 April.

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