Working at NAS

About the National Art School

The National Art School is a vibrant creative precinct at the forefront of learning, creativity and innovative practice; nationally and internationally. The School utilises its independent identity and distinctive studio-based teaching model to deliver exceptional higher education and research, scholarship and professional practice in the visual arts and related fields. The School is the longest established publicly funded art school in Australia with John Olsen, Margaret Olley, Tim Storrier, Ken Unsworth, Fiona Hall, Susan Norrie, Cressida Campbell and Mitch Cairns among many successful alumni. The Australian Government’s QILT (Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching) National Report on the 2016 Student Experience showed the National Art School is rated number one in the overall quality of educational experience when compared to all universities and tertiary providers in Australia. In March 2019 the NSW Arts Minister announced a 45 year lease and ongoing funding as a State Significant Organisation (SSO).

Contact

hr@nas.edu.au

Finance Manager 

The position

The Finance Manager is accountable for all administrative, financial, and risk management operations. The Finance Manager will develop and oversee financial strategy, the design and management of financial models for profitable services, metrics tied to strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to grow the organisation’s assets and report accurate financial results. The Finance Manager proactively identifies issues, opportunities and solutions to ensure effective risk management, financial performance and sustainability, while leading organisation-wide initiatives to improve financial literacy and planning.

What you bring to the role

Leadership skills and experience including the ability to manage change and build team capability. You will have a thorough understanding of accounting principles and financial modelling with demonstratable experience in financial accounting and corporate tax compliance. You will enjoy partnering with the leadership team and leading the finance function.

How to Apply

Download the position description

  • A covering letter addressing how your experience matches the job requirements.
  • A comprehensive resume citing your qualifications and outlining professional experience.

If you have any questions or if we can assist in making the application process more accessible for you, please call Juanita Hyde on 02 9339 8672 or email Juanita.hyde@nas.edu.au.

Please email your application to hr@nas.edu.au

The National Art School is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

The closing date for all applications will be Sunday 22 May 2022.

 

Printmaking Lecturer(s)

1 FTE (1 x full time permanent lecturer) Or 1 FTE (2 x 0.5 FTE part time permanent lecturers)

The position

The Lecturer(s) – Printmaking is primarily responsible for teaching and supervision at all levels within the degree programs of the National Art School (NAS), including the development of appropriate teaching resources and related course administration within the Printmaking department. The role also requires a broad contribution to NAS operations including participation in School committees, events, student recruitment and promotional activities. You will have an excellent record of subject development and delivery in the field of Printmaking within a higher education setting.

What you bring to the role

You will have postgraduate qualifications in Printmaking at AQF level 10 or equivalent professional experience. You are expected to have an excellent record and current profile of artistic practice in the field of Printmaking evidenced through exhibitions, scholarly activity or publication at a national level.

A competitive remuneration package is available to the successful candidate.

How to Apply

Download the position description

Please include the following in your application:

  • A covering letter addressing how your experience meets each selection criterion in detail;
  • A comprehensive resume citing your academic qualifications and outlining professional experience.

Please call Juanita Hyde on 02 9339 8672 if you have any questions

Please send your application to hr@nas.edu.au

The closing date for all applications will be Sunday 5 June 2022

The National Art School is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to workplace diversity. People from different cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culturally and linguistically diverse people.

 

Account Clerk

The position

The Accounts Clerk will provide administrative support to the Finance team including management of records and databases, preparing reports and reconciling bank statements. Additionally they will work on accounts payable and receivable, expenses, receipts and keeping invoicing up to date utilising our financial systems. This is a five day a week casual role for four months and may be extended subject to business requirements.

What you bring to the role

You have a diploma or degree in accounting and have experience in a junior accounting or bookkeeping role. You will work well in a team and have great organisational skills and attention to detail. You will have excel, database and accounting software skills.

How to Apply

Download the position description

Please include the following in your application:

  • A covering letter addressing how your experience matches the job requirements.
  • A comprehensive resume citing your qualifications and outlining your work experience.

If you have any questions or if we can assist in making the application process more accessible for you, please call Juanita Hyde on 02 9339 8672 or email Juanita.hyde@nas.edu.au

Please email your application to hr@nas.edu.au

The National Art School is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Volunteer at the National Art School Digitising the Art and Archive Collection

Are you passionate about collections and making them accessible, promoting the arts, and your career? If so, this could be the volunteering role for you!

The National Art School Archive and Collection team are looking for Digitisation Volunteers to help photograph and record our collections and to help us build upon the information we have in our museum database. We are aiming to give every stored object and artwork in our collection an up-to-date record and high-quality photograph that will be fully searchable online. You will be invaluable in helping the National Art School become more accessible by strengthening our digital record keeping.

As a volunteer you will have the opportunity to work in a small and friendly team, and learn more about the National Art School and related activities. You will receive invitations to exhibition openings, lectures and special events as well as library borrowing benefits.

If you are a skilled photographer and interested in becoming a Digitisation Volunteer, please download the position description from the NAS website and provide a copy of your CV, along with a cover letter addressing the selection criteria, telling us about you, your skills and why you would like the opportunity to volunteer at NAS.

The Digitisation program for one day per week on a Wednesday in the Archives at NAS, from 10am – 4pm.

If you have any questions or if we can assist in making the application process more accessible for you, please call Juanita Hyde on 02 9339 8672 or email Juanita.hyde@nas.edu.au

Please email your application to hr@nas.edu.au

The National Art School is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Volunteer at the National Art School Gallery

Join our team 

The National Art School welcomes enthusiastic volunteers with strong communication skills to support front-of-house activities in our NAS Galleries. Volunteers are required to undertake front-of-house duties.

As a volunteer you will have the opportunity to work in a small friendly team and learn more about the National Art School and the inner workings of a busy public art gallery.

Volunteers receive special curatorial walk-throughs of exhibitions, invitations to lectures and special events, complimentary publications and library borrowing benefits.

We ask volunteers to work a minimum of one three-hour shift each fortnight and commit to the program for 12 months. Volunteer work takes place Monday to Saturday between 11am and 5pm.

How to Apply

Please include the following in your application:

  • A covering letter addressing how your experience matches the volunteer requirements.
  • A resume citing your qualifications and outlining professional experience.

The National Art School is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

If you have any questions or if we can assist in making the application process more accessible for you, please call Juanita Hyde on 02 9339 8672 or email Juanita.hyde@nas.edu.au.

Please email your application to hr@nas.edu.au

The National Art School is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

#Follow us on Instagram
Loading...
X
X