Artsource Board are seeking nominations for co-opted board positions.
General Board Members
Committee positions available – applicants will need to nominate for a committee
Risk, Audit and Finance Committee
Governance and Remuneration Committee
We are looking for candidates who have combinations of the following characteristics
Persons who are willing and able to commit time and energy to actively contribute and take on roles and responsibilities within the board.
A high profile and respected individual with connections to the Arts. Someone to build confidence in Artsource.
The person either represents (is from) a marginal or sub-group or has strong connections to the sub-group through work or relationships (ATSI, CaLD, Disability, Youth, Regional/Remote).
An individual with expertise in implementing diversity practice(s) including a Reconciliation Action Plan within an organisation.
IT (database, web, LMS, systems)
Project management (particularly related to the OCH renewal and refurbishment)
Legal (particularly HR / IR)
Health (OHS, wellbeing)
Communications / Marketing
Has connections and skills in dealing with the corporate sector and developing sponsorship and funding agreements
Visual arts / visual arts background/ or visual arts organisational experience
Connections / Networks:
Local government (Fremantle or other LGA’s)
Department for Local Government Sport & Cultural Industries – Culture and the Arts
Other agencies (art orgs)
Corporate connections (for sponsors)
Allied or sympathetic industries (health, design industries, other creative industries)
Current Board Size: 4-7
Board Meetings (frequency): Monthly/ Bi Monthly
Board Meetings Held: At night
Area of Expertise Being Sought:
Advocacy / Government Relations, Business Development / Social Enterprise, Fundraising, Human Resources, Impact Evaluation, Information & Communication Technology (ICT), Law & Legal Services, Marketing / Branding, Media / Communications / Public Relations
Board Meetings (Mode): Online/Dial-in
Targeting: Females or Males, Non Binary, People with Disabilities, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander, English as an additional language or dialect, LGBTQI
Payment: Nil – Honorary role
Term: Initially 2 year term
Apply: Provide a cover letter demonstrating how your qualifications, skills and experience meet the profile requirements and what you will bring to the board. Provide your Curriculum Vitae and three referees.