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Join our team

The Song Room helps young people to realise their potential and empowers them to participate positively in society.

Working at The Song Room means making a difference every day. You’ll be directly addressing inequity in education while providing joy and improved outcomes for young people across Australia.

Available Positions

  • Arts Learning Manager - 1 x VIC, 1 x NSW/NT

    We are recruiting innovative, passionate, and outstanding arts and education professionals who are determined to make a positive change in the lives of young people in Australia.

     

    About the role

    The Arts Learning Manager is responsible for effectively managing the implementation of high quality, impactful and sustainable Arts Learning programs across Australia.

    They will have project management experience and a strong understanding of how to deliver evidence-based, curriculum-aligned arts education programs that empower students, teachers, and their communities to flourish through the Arts.

    These roles report to the National Arts Learning Manager.

    Click here to see the full Position Description.

     

    What we can offer

    As well as an opportunity to work with a fun and energetic team, The Song Room offers the following:

    • Flexible and hybrid working conditions
    • Not-for-profit salary packaging with an option for novated lease arrangements
    • Learning and development opportunities that will support you to thrive in your role
    • You will experience and contribute to the delivery of The Song Room’s vision to allow young people the opportunity to participate in music and the arts to enhance their education, personal development and community involvement.

     

    How to apply

    To apply for these roles via email, please submit your CV and a cover letter discussing how your skills and experience align to the Outcomes and Essential Capabilities identified in the position description.

    These roles close 5pm, Friday 31 May 2024.

    We will interview candidates as suitable applications are received and may progress the recruitment process prior to this date. We therefore encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.

     

  • Director, Arts Learning

    A rare opportunity for a passionate arts education leader to join The Song Room, steering its education programs and advocating for best practice arts education in Australian primary schools.

     

    About the role

    The Director, Arts Learning leads The Song Room’s education programs and is responsible for designing a suite of best practice arts education programs, leading the high-quality delivery of Song Room Arts Learning programs including in-class, hybrid and digital initiatives, and advocating for best practice arts education in Australian education settings.

    This role reports to the CEO and has two direct reports, a team comprising of 5-8 Arts Learning Program Managers / Coordinators and approximately 40-80 contract Teaching Artists.

    Click here to view the full Position Description.

     

    What we can offer

    As well as an opportunity to work with a fun and energetic team, The Song Room offers the following:

    • Flexible and hybrid working conditions
    • Not-for-profit salary packaging with an option for novated lease arrangements
    • Learning and development opportunities that will support you to thrive in your role
    • You will experience and contribute to the delivery of The Song Room’s vision to allow young people the opportunity to participate in music and the arts to enhance their education, personal development and community involvement.

     

    If you have questions about this role or The Song Room, please contact Alice Gerlach, CEO via email using the subject line ‘Director, Arts Learning’ or call 03 9521 3990.

     

    How to apply

    To apply for this role via email, please submit your CV and cover letter discussing how your skills and experience align to the Outcomes and Essential Capabilities identified in the position description.

    Applications close 5pm 30 June, 2024.

    We will interview candidates as suitable applications are received, and may progress the recruitment process prior to the close date. We therefore encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.

The Song Room takes child safety seriously. We welcome open communication and collaboration to ensure child safety is paramount and in line with The Song Room’s duty of care obligations. View Child Safety Policy