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Regional Manager Queensland

Permanent | Full-time plus some weekends and travel when required

Brisbane – Home-based

We are seeking an outstanding Regional Manager to join our busy exams and student events team.

About the role

The Regional Manager Queensland is a critical role overseeing the delivery of RAD exams and student events across a key region, and ensuring the development and maintenance of a strong, engaged and active RAD membership. You will be responsible for the management and administration of ballet exam tours, student competitions and courses, and other activities within Queensland. You will work with the National Director, National Examinations Manager, as well as a network of Regional Managers and Coordinators, freelance and event staff, and volunteers to deliver activities to the highest standard. Externally you will liaise and work collaboratively with teachers, examiners, Regional Advisory Panels, and other key stakeholders to meet student and teacher needs and grow participation and engagement.

As one of our largest regions, we are reviewing the need to provide support to the Regional Manager in the form of a Regional Coordinator position. This decision will be progressed following the recruitment of the Regional Manager, Queensland.

About you

Our ideal candidate will have strong experience in project management and administration, within an arts, member, or not-for-profit setting. To succeed in this role you will be an energetic and highly organised person with a customer-service focus. You will have exceptional attention to detail and exemplary time-management skills and will be accustomed to managing multiple projects and activities simultaneously. You will have strong communication skills and experience dealing with a broad range of stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes.

You will be located in Brisbane and comfortable with a home-based work environment. This role requires some work out of hours, including weekends and travel within Queensland as well as to other states on occasion.

To be eligible for this position, applicants must have existing Australian work rights. Persons undertaking this role will require a Working with Children Check and may be subject to a National Police Check.

Closing date for applications is COB 6 August 2021.

Download the full Position Description and selection criteria here

Applications must include a Cover Letter outlining how you meet the selection criteria, CV and details of two referees. Applications must be emailed to by the closing date.

For more information and questions contact Rebecca Taylor, National Director on 02 9380 1904 or email