Deadline: 6th September 2019
Do you believe in everyone has the right to enjoy art as an audience and as a creator? Do you believe that we should work closer to everyone becoming a creator of the arts? Are you interested in the arts as means of education and empowerment? Can you see yourself as an administrator and organizer? Join one of the most progressive organizations in promoting and organizing community arts in Hong Kong.
Kindly surf into http://www.cccd.hk/ to find out what we do.
We are a registered charity, non-profit organization located at the artist village of Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, receiving a one year grant from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Supporting by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council Arts Administration Internship Scheme, CCCD is now looking for a project officer, offering a one-year contract. Candidate should be a Hong Kong permanent resident aged 18 or above who graduated within the last 3 years.
- Degree holder or equivalent
- Creative and self-motivated
- Embrace inclusion and diversity
- Good computer skills and knowledge
- Good written and verbal communication skills in English and Chinese
- Related experience of arts administration/ community-based projects is preferred
- Work in Shek Kip Mei office mainly
- 40-hour-work per week
- Co-work with other project staff members
- Develop and execute arts projects
- Carry out daily operation and administration work
- Closely work with different artists, curators and crews
Application: Interested persons should send application with CV, a short paragraph about yourself in Chinese and English, expected salary and your availability to us by 6th September 2019. Interviews will take place before 9th September 2019.
All information provided by applicants will be treated in strict confidence and used only for recruitment purposes. Applicants may be considered for other suitable positions within CCCD. Their personal data will be destroyed six months after the selection is finalised.
The Arts Administration Internship Scheme is supported by The Hong Kong Arts Development Council
Centre for Community Cultural Development is financially supported by HKADC