We are proud to engage a highly qualified team of staff and volunteers who support, promote and advocate for our artists.

Marketing and communications manager



We’re looking for an energetic and skilled professional to join the Arts Project Australia team as Marketing and Communications Manager.  A self starter who enjoys working in a team, but equally capable of working alone. Someone with great vision who is also willing to do the small stuff.

Arts Project Australia (APA) is a social enterprise that supports artists with intellectual disabilities by promoting their work and advocating for their inclusion in contemporary art practice. We work with more than 150 emerging, mid-career and established artists, encouraging meaningful artistic exchange between Arts Project and external artists and supporting participation in the contemporary art sector. We believe in art as it should be. Original. Unapologetic. True. Joyful in the making.

You will work closely with the Executive Director and the management team to develop and implement strategies to best support the realisation of the mission of Arts Project.

Suitable for someone with arts and/or commercial marketing or communications experience, the Marketing & Communications Manager is responsible for driving demand for our work, communicating APA’s organisational brand, cultivating new audiences, building our loyal community, and promoting our programs and projects.

For a confidential discussion or for any questions about the role, please contact Executive Director, Sue Roff on [email protected].


The full position description is available here.

Applications should address the key selection criteria outlined in the position description (also available by emailing [email protected]) and be emailed with a cover letter, CV, and relevant examples of your work to Sue Roff, Executive Director –  [email protected] by 11.59 pm, Monday 28 November 2022.

APA encourages applications from First Nations people, those who are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people who are LGBTQIA+, people who have a disability and/or who are d/Deaf.



I have a job I love in such a narrow industry for which we all spend a lot of time studying…It’s important to work in a place which aligns with your values.
– Arts Project Staff Member