Marketing and Events Coordinator

Marketing and Events Coordinator
Adelaide Central School of Art
Based in Glenside (with free on-site parking)
Full time, Fixed Term Contract (2 years)
$45,000 - $50,000 p/a plus superannuation

Our Organisation

Adelaide Central School of Art (the School) is a leading independent, not-for-profit, tertiary provider of visual arts education. The School offers undergraduate degrees, specialist short courses, workshops and masterclasses. The studio based teaching program emphasises structured sequential learning and developing practical skills in parallel with rigorous intellectual inquiry. As a single-focus art school, all classes are led by lecturers who are leading practitioners in their field. The School is recognised nationally for its excellence in educational practice and student success; it was identified as the best art school in Australia for overall student experience according to the results of the national 2017 Student Experience Survey.


The Role & Your Responsibilities

The Marketing and Events Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the marketing strategy for Adelaide Central School of Art and connecting with new sponsors, donors and increasing visitation to the School.  The position will involve working with local media to generate publicity; managing relationships with existing and prospective corporate partners, trusts and foundations; developing sponsorship proposals and engaging potential sponsors; coordinating all events and exhibition openings.

Skills & Experience Required

You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, with ability to build and maintain effective and productive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders. Key to this role, will be your ability to take proactive approaches to promote the School. Previous experience in marketing and events plus visual arts experience is preferred.

To Apply

Click here to view a position description, or for further information please contact Penny Griggs 8299 7300 or email penny.griggs(at)

Applications close on Sunday 14 April 2019.
Applicants must separately address the key selection criteria as outlined in the position description.