SDIN Project Officer
- Locally based role with national impact.
- Key role within the national Screen Diversity and Inclusion Network (SDIN), working to foster a more diverse and inclusive Australian screen industry.
- Provides project and administrative support to the SDIN leadership and members.
- Based at the SAFC’s Adelaide Studios facilities in Glenside.
- Targeted role for a candidate from a diverse background.
- Part Time role 0.4 FTE, two-year fixed term.
- Salary range mid $70k (pro rata) + superannuation.
The Screen Diversity and Inclusion Network (SDIN) is a national network of broadcasters, screen funding agencies, business associations, and industry-aligned education and training organisations who have committed to work towards a more inclusive and diverse screen industry.
Members include all Australian broadcasters and state and national screen agencies as well as FreeTV and AFTRS.
The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) is a member of the SDIN and is the host agency for the role of SDIN Project Officer.
Working under the general direction of the SAFC Head of Communications and Marketing, the SDIN Project Officer will provide a comprehensive, high level secretariat service for the SDIN, providing project and administrative support to the SDIN Chair(s) and its membership.
Based at the SAFC’s Adelaide Studios in Glenside, South Australia, the SDIN Project Officer will be the first point of contact for SDIN members and stakeholders nationally, including the organisation’s Australian screen industry partners. The role involves complex stakeholder management as well as actively managing the SDIN’s social media and website communications, among other duties.
We are seeking a self-starting and highly motivated administrator with excellent stakeholder and project management skills, experience in managing social media platforms and digital communications, and excellent verbal and written communication.
The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of the Australian screen industry and an interest in furthering the aims of diversity and inclusion.
As part of SDIN’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, this position is targeted for a candidate who identifies as being from a community under‐represented in the Australian screen industry. Preference will be given to candidates who identify as First Nations, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), LGBTQIA+, from a regional or remote area, Deaf or disabled or the intersection of these identities.
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Find out more about the SDIN on our website.
Enquiries about this position – NOT applications – should be sent via email to [email protected]
How to apply
Applications should include a covering letter of no longer than two pages, plus a CV in Word format, and may be submitted by email to [email protected] – please include “SDIN Project Officer” in the subject line.
Diversity and flexibility statement
The South Australian Film Corporation promotes diversity and flexible ways of working.
This position is targeted for a candidate who identifies as being from a community under‐represented in the Australian screen industry. Preference will be given to candidates who identify as First Nations, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), LGBTQIA+, from a regional or remote area, Deaf or disabled or the intersection of these identities.
Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
About the SAFC
Established in 1972, the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) is South Australia’s leading screen authority and investment body, supporting the development, growth and promotion of the state’s screen production sector.
As the most experienced screen agency in Australia the SAFC focuses on supporting, positioning and championing South Australian screen businesses to achieve creative excellence and prosperity, contributing to a robust South Australian economy and creative vibrancy through production of a diverse slate of screen projects – from films and TV series to video games and more.
The SAFC is committed to improving representation in screen content and inclusion and diversity in the screen industry. The SAFC became the host organisation for the SDIN in July 2022.
For more information, please visit the SAFC website.