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We are hiring: Producer – Commercial and Contemporary Performance

Join our team at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre.

Position: Producer – Commercial and Contemporary Performance

At the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, we’re dedicated to advancing the arts and enriching our community through dynamic performances and cultural experiences. As Producer –  Commercial and Contemporary Performance, you’ll play a pivotal role in realising our strategic objectives while fostering a vibrant arts scene at the heart of Western Sydney.

What You’ll Do?

Maximise Venue Utilisation: Your expertise will be instrumental in ensuring our venue is bustling with captivating performances. From commercial hires to partnerships and buy-ins, you’ll strategise to fill our calendar with the kinds of events audiences love.

Forge Meaningful Partnerships: Collaborate with established promoters, presenters, agents, producers and arts organisations to bring a diverse range of product to our stage. Your knack for relationship-building will help us attract business from across artforms and locations.

Curate Exceptional Programming: Work closely with our Venue and Presenter Services Team to craft a dynamic bookings calendar. With your creative vision and commercial acumen, you’ll shape our programming to engage audiences and drive both cultural and economic impact.

Drive Project Success: Take the lead in scoping and developing multiple projects, from conceptualisation to execution. Your keen eye for budgeting and commercial deals will ensure that our initiatives thrive, creating shared-risk opportunities and driving growth.

Collaborate for Impact: Partner with marketing, ticketing, venue and production teams to bring our projects to life. Together, we’ll engage audiences, cultivate market development, and elevate the performing arts experience for all.

Why Join Us?

Passion Meets Purpose: Make a meaningful impact by enriching our community through the power of the arts.

Dynamic Environment: Immerse yourself in a collaborative culture where creativity and innovation thrive.

– Opportunities: Grow personally and professionally as you help shape the future of the arts in our region.

Closing Date: Sunday 2 June 2024, 11.59pm

How to apply: Please provide a cover letter outlining relevant skills and experience, and addressing the required qualifications, experience, specialist skills and knowledge on page three of the Position Description to Krissie Scudds, CEO Penrith Performing & Visual Arts.

Enquiries: Krissie Scudds, CEO at krissie.scudds@penrith.city.


Access, Equity & Inclusion

PP&VA is committed to creating an inclusive workforce which reflects the community we serve. We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, disability, or sexual orientation.

We will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment process and in the workplace.