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Castlemaine State Festival

Production Manager

The Castlemaine State Festival is a multi-arts celebration drawing on the distinctive culture of the central Victorian goldfields region – of old and new, of the artistic and the industrial, and its dynamic community strengths. The Festival showcases works from the region’s finest artists and performing arts companies, alongside those by national and international artists.

The next CSF will be held from 22 - 31 March 2019 and will be the first festival to be directed by Glyn Roberts. The Festival is embarking on a new direction by building on its sustained success over the last decade and seeking to communicate more widely the unique nature of this event on a national and international level.

CSF is Australia’s largest regional arts festival and with an increased focus on the regions it is up to our organisation to lead the way and provide an inspiring bench mark for others to follow.

CSF are now seeking an experienced and committed Production Manager to work alongside the Festival team to manage all production elements for the presentation of the 2019 Castlemaine State Festival program.

The Production Manager provides expertise in the development and implementation of all logistics and technical requirements associated with the Festival program including the management of budget, schedules and production staff made up of a Technical Coordinator, technical contractors, stage managers, site managers, operators and crew.

Click here for Position Description and details on how to apply.

Applications must be received no later than Friday 15 December, 5pm.

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Employer
Castlemaine State Festival (opens in new window)
Opportunity Type
Contract
Category
Arts Administration / Management
Location

Victoria Castlemaine

Pay information
$60,000 - $80,000
Salary
$70K pro rata + super
Closing Date

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