We currently have two vacancies and are seeking experienced and enthusiastic people to join our team.

Parrwang Youth Arts - Aboriginal Program Coordinator

We have a brilliant opportunity for an enthusiastic arts program coordinator to play an integral part in the planning, development, promotion and implementation of Parrwang Youth Arts Program. Parrwang (Magpie in the Wadawurrung language) will offer multi-arts experiences to Aboriginal children and young people from kindergarten to Year 12, through after school and holiday activities conducted by professional Aboriginal artists.  Participants will have the opportunity to explore and discover traditional and contemporary storytelling through dance, drama, singing and visual arts.

To be successful in this role you will have knowledge and experience of working with Aboriginal communities and a sound understanding of how to engage children and young people in the arts.   As part of a small programming team you will have exceptional organisational skills, the ability to work collaboratively, independently and with initiative along with an understanding of the value of external networks and the ability to utilise those networks to maximise program outcomes.

Initially this role is for a 12 month fixed term renewable pending funding.  A total of 380 hours is to be worked flexibly to accommodate program requirements.

Applicants are advised to familiarise themselves further regarding this role by reading the position description available here.

If you have any queries regarding the role please contact Kelly Clifford, Youth & Education Coordinator on 03 5225 1207.

To apply for this great opportunity please provide a 500 word response demonstrating your ability to meet the requirements of the role outlined in the position description and a brief resume.  Your application should be submitted to: to attention Tineke Barry, Human Resources Coordinator.

This is an Aboriginal Designated Position, classified under ‘special measures’ of section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010.  Only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply.

GPAC is committed to the Victorian Government child safe standards.  

Applications close:  5pm Friday 16 February 2018


Financial Accountant 

This position is being readvertised – previous applicants need not reapply.

This permanent full-time role is for a skilled and experienced financial accountant.  Motivating and supervising a small finance team you will be committed to accurate and timely monthly financial reporting.  A thorough understanding of accounting software and detailed knowledge of Microsoft Excel will support the critical analysis of budget variances and reconciliation of balances and movements.  Ideally applicants will be degree qualified, have CPA or CA membership, have experience in audit and the ability to ensure compliance with accounting standards and financial reporting requirements.

To be successful in this role you will pride yourself on your attention to detail and be able to demonstrate a commitment to meeting deadlines.  You have a proven ability to communicate effectively with people and are known for your professionalism.     

Terms and conditions are in accordance with the GPAC Enterprise Agreement. GPAC is an equal opportunity employer and operates a smoke free venue.  

Applicants should carefully read the position description available here prior to making an application and be willing to undergo a National Criminal Records Check prior to commencement.  

Applications must include both a resume and a response to the position description (1-2 pages max in length) which will convince us that you are the person who meets GPAC’s requirements.   

Enquiries – Ahmer Jalil, Finance & Administration Manager – or 5225 1212 or 0415 409 095.  

Applications - should be emailed to  

Applications close 5pm Friday 23 February 2018

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