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Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is recruiting for two part time positions to join our growing team. 

It is an exciting time to join Spare Parts. We are at a defining moment in our history and period of bold business transformation. Building upon many years of success, we have committed to investing in an ambitious artistic program over the coming years that will result in growth in audience engagement, reach across the Western Australian community, employment of artists and diversification of income. 

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is committed to equity and inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with a disability, mature age workers and LGBTIQA+ people. Please give us a call if you would like to discuss the role prior to your application.

How to Apply

To apply send a cover letter and a current CV with a minimum of two referees to recruitment@sppt.asn.au by the closing date.

The cover letter should address the Selection Criteria.

Applications close Midnight Sunday 25 February 2024.

Learning & Engagement Project Officer

The Learning & Engagement Project Officer will be responsible for driving growth in the Company’s Puppet Playtime and School of Puppetry programs in education and community settings across Western Australia. The role encompasses promotion, sales, planning, delivery and evaluation across both programs. 

This is a part time 0.6FTE role (three days a week) for a fixed term twelve month contract. The successful applicant will be a highly motivated and organised individual with an eye for detail who can help Spare Parts deliver and grow our longstanding and impactful creative learning programs. 

Click here to view the job pack that includes the selection criteria, detailed position description, hours, salary and how to apply.

Philanthropy & Sponsorship Officer

The Philanthropy & Sponsorship Officer will support the growth of Spare Parts’ sponsorship, funding and philanthropy programs through meaningful stewardship that deepens relationships with our community of donors and sponsors. They role encompasses stakeholder management, event coordination, promotion of programs, proposal and report writing and data management. 

This is a part time 0.6FTE role that would suit an early to mid career arts manager or fundraiser looking to be mentored and make a real impact in communities across WA. The successful applicant will be an experienced and highly organised individual with excellent communication skills and an eye for detail. 

Click here to view the job pack that includes the selection criteria, detailed position description, hours, salary and how to apply.

Are you interested in joining us as a volunteer? As a Spare Parts volunteer, you’ll play a vital role in bringing our imaginative performances to life.