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Careers in ccd

Careers in community cultural development are wide ranging, including program/project management, community development and collaborative arts practice.

Follow the links below for job examples, employers and employment conditions.

Nyaanyatijarra Performing Arts Project mural, by ARTBACK

Mural, Nyaanyatijarra Performing Arts Project

  Arts Hub current job vacancies

Vacancies include jobs across the arts spectrum, not necessarily specific to community cultural development.

Also see:
Artsworker (freelance)

  Artsworker (freelance)

Parks Community Health Service Mural image, Angle Park SA. Photo Sandy Elverd

Parks Community Health Service

Freelance artsworkers undertake projects working with a range of communities, usually for fixed periods.

Also see:
Artsworker (freelance)

  Artsworker in arts & cultural organisations

Sunnydale Fence Community Mural, 2000. Semaphore, SA. Photo Sandy Elverd

Sunnydale Fence Community Mural

In community-based cultural organisations, ccd practitioners ensure community focus and ownership, as well as providing technical and/or artform expertise.

Also see:
Artsworker (organisations)

  Community services worker

Practitioners in the community services sector, apply ccd principles and processes to their development work with groups.

Also see:
Development worker

  Local government worker

Celebrating Diversity Coalition Stobie Pole Project. Woodville Gardens, SA. Photo Sandy Elverd

Celebrating Diversity Coalition

Support for a community's capacity to represent itself is an important aspect of local government work. Ccd practitioners are employed in a range of development roles.

Also see:
Local government worker

  Manager, administrator, educator

Practitioners also undertake a diverse range of other roles that support and advance the field of ccd practice.

Also see:
Manager - educator

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