Volunteer Manager


The successful candidate will be part of a team of highly motivated, specialist staff in delivering one of the world’s leading contemporary visual arts events.

The Volunteer Manager is an important role within a small team responsible for managing the recruitment, supervision, scheduling and retention of volunteer engagement providing essential support in the delivery of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney. In particular, this role will work with venue partners, staff, artists and participants to ensure the smooth delivery of public programs, artwork invigilation, and exhibition administration.

The successful candidate will be an experienced volunteer manager with strong experience in the supervision of staff and volunteers. High level organisational skills, good written/oral communication and presentation skills, a flexible approach and a thorough understanding of contemporary art are essential. Experience/knowledge of working with audiences with specific needs will be highly regarded.

To find out more and apply, download the Information Kit:
https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/about-us/#join-the-team

ABOUT THE BIENNALE OF SYDNEY

The Biennale of Sydney is a renowned exhibition of international contemporary art, the third oldest biennial in the world after Venice and São Paulo. Situated across multiple sites in Sydney, over nearly half a century, the Biennale of Sydney has commissioned and presented exceptional works of art by more than 1,800 national and international artists from more than 100 countries including the work of 52 artists born or living in South-East Asia.

The Biennale of Sydney is committed to free access for all and serves people of all ages and cultures. In 2018, the 21st Biennale of Sydney attracted visitation of over 850,000. Independent research showed that 23% of visitors were international, 52% identified as culturally diverse, 20% speak a language other than English at home and 46% were aged under 35 years. This reflects the important place that the Biennale of Sydney holds in the life of Australia and in its engagement with the world.