Play important role in supporting the ARC-funded research project Connecting Asia-Pacific Literary Cultures: Grounds, Encounter and Exchange.
As the Project Coordinator, you will play important role in supporting the ARC-funded research project Connecting Asia-Pacific Literary Cultures: Grounds, Encounter and Exchange. You will provide administration, planning, social media and budgeting support to the research team, as well as assist in the coordination of field research interviews, workshops and collaborative residencies. This role will see you manage project communications and documentation and be responsible for creating the content for the digital publications. The project - Connecting Asia-Pacific Literary Cultures: Grounds, Encounter and Exchange seeks to develop innovative creative practices and to connect writers and evolve literary cultures in the Asia-Pacific region.
About you To be successful in this role, you will have: • Strong interpersonal and communications skills and ability to engage with diverse range of internal stakeholders, including the research team and foster culture of multidisciplinary collaboration • Demonstrated creative or critical interest in one or more of the themes of the project: belonging and place; translation and language; and world-making and futures. • Strong organisational skills with ability to prioritise work within tight timeframes whilst delivering high quality outputs • Strong project management skills and financial management within an arts and/or university setting • Applicants with an established or emerging track record as creative writers and those from Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply
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