We are Hiring!

11 December 2020

Making things happen
Making things happen

We are searching for someone with the knowledge, skills and experience to manage our productions but even more importantly, contribute to the SEE vision – to make exceptional performance with exceptional people.


GUTSY: Self-confident, Resilient, Calm, Empathetic, Brave, Dynamic, Compassionate,  Imaginative, Experimental

DIVERSE + INCLUSIVE: Solution driven, Proactive, Flexible, Attentive, Considerate, Adaptable, Respectful, Responsive, Tolerant, Patient

COLLABORATIVE:  Mentor, Team player, Generous, Cooperative Participatory , Reciprocal,  Inclusive Adaptable

TRUSTED & GENEROUS: Communicator, Clear, Fair, Considerate, Transparent, Honest, Professional

WORK LOCATION: Hobart, Tasmania

PAY INFORMATION: $20,000 – $30,000

SALARY: 10hrs/week @ $38/ph + 12% super + wellness program



A. Core Values 

Sector and organisation purpose and values: 

  • Have working knowledge and application of the philosophy and rationale for human rights-based, and disability led approaches in the arts and disability sector. 
  • Demonstrate  knowledge of SEE’s mission, values, strategic goals and outcome areas critical to success, and highlights the need for ongoing communication and synergy between the Creative Director, SEE Board, and the artists we work with.
  • Model SEE values and behaviours.
  • Communicate the vision, purpose and desired culture of SEE. 
  • Be an active and consultative manager, anticipating and communicating objectives and change.
  • Utilise resources and cultural partnerships to achieve SEE’s objectives and supports the direction and high standard of work. 


  • Continually improve processes, procedures and systems at SEE. 
  • Assist SEE Creative Director and Board with strategic directions, organisational and public programming planning. 
  • Demonstrate ability to manage and resolve complex complaints, disputes and incidents, and meet incident reporting obligations. 
  • Ensure best practice employment standards are upheld.


  • Assist the Creative Director in interactions and reporting to the Board providing updates on initiatives and progress against strategic goals and objectives. 
  • Participate in regular consultation and engagement with people with lived experience of disability. 
  • Ensure the building and maintaining of positive relationships within the community and the SEE image. 
  • Demonstrate well-developed writing skills, adapting appropriately to multiple audiences. 
  • Present confidently to a wide range of audiences. 
  • Have an appropriate and extensive arts and production based network. 

Personal Accountability: 

  • Set measurable goals and objectives for self and team. 
  • Structure work and work methods, and monitor performance to meet SEE’s needs and deliver balanced outcomes. 
  • Review the operational and financial feasibility of SEE programs/projects. 
  • Review changes in strategy, policies, practices, taking account of SEE’s impact and risk. 


  • Apply innovative and strategic thinking to SEE’s plans and/or operational problems and opportunities. 
  • Play a key role in defining issues/problems/opportunities, unravelling complexity, challenging the status quo and exploring alternatives. 
  • Ensure the strategic compatibility of solutions. 

B. Functional Requirements: 

Production Management:

  • Manage logistics and technical delivery for SEE productions
  • Demonstrate sound  knowledge of technical requirements for theatrical productions
  • Demonstrate sound experience working in non-traditional performance spaces
  • Maintain SEE equipment register and maintenance logs
  • Coordinate technical staff and schedule for SEE productions
  • Manage vendor agreements
  • Manage union requirements
  • Deliver and manage WHS and risk assessments
  • Manage Licenses and copyright

Commercial risk management:

  • Balance risks and ensure the organisation’s activities comply with relevant Acts, Standards, legal requirements, ethical standards and other business constraints. 
  • Demonstrate sound knowledge of business and commercial activities. 
  • Understand the tension between financial and social purposes. 
  • Assess risks and establish risk controls in work areas. 
  • Conduct periodic review of activities to ensure work is compliant with risk objectives. 
  • Communicate the impact of identified risks and recommend corrective action. 
  • Observe all occupational health and safety, security and equal opportunity initiatives to contribute to a safe, healthy and ethical workplace. 

Financial management:

  • Monitor outcomes and cost effectiveness of similar projects or programs/services undertaken by other organisations. 
  • Be accountable for achieving objectives on time and within budget. 
  • Manage operational budgets, payroll and financial reporting
  • Provide input into contingency planning. 

If you comprehend what is required and are experiencing unbridled excitement at the thought of co-writing the next chapters of SEE, we are more than eager to answer your questions and hear what you know you can bring to nail the brief.