The City of Hobart is looking for a part-time Public Art Coordinator to join the team.

Tasmanian Red Handfish, 2016, by Amok Island, created as part of the City of Hobart’s ongoing Urban Art Walls program.

The new Public Art Coordinator (Operations) will manage projects for the Council’s Public Art Program, developing commissions and project-managing through concept development, design development and fabrication and installation phases. They will oversee the documentation of the Council’s public art and significant artworks owned by others in Hobart, and oversee the asset management and maintenance of public art in conjunction with relevant Council employees.

The ideal candidate will have a relevant degree (Project Management, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Engineering, Building or Industrial Design) and/or experience working as a project manager acquired through a number of years in a similar role. They will demonstrate experience in managing the construction of projects in the built environment, and have a well-developed understanding of public art and cultural policy/strategy and program development and delivery.

See the City of Hobart website for a detailed position description.