Arts For All Activator Whakahohe a Toi Ōritetanga

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Job Description - Arts For All Activator Whakahohe a Toi Ōritetanga

We are looking to hire a persistent Arts For All Activator Whakahohe a Toi Ōritetanga to join our passionate team at Arts Access Aotearoa in Wellington Central, Wellington.
Growing your career as a Part time Arts For All Activator Whakahohe a Toi Ōritetanga is a remarkable opportunity to develop necessary skills.
If you are strong in communication, critical thinking and have the right attitude for the job, then apply for the position of Arts For All Activator Whakahohe a Toi Ōritetanga at Arts Access Aotearoa today!

Passionate about making the arts accessible to Deaf and disability communities?

Would you like to be the next Arts For All Activator at Arts Access Aotearoa? We are seeking an experienced person to help us deliver our vision that “All people in Aotearoa can access and participate in the arts.”

We are seeking a Deaf or disabled person, or someone with knowledge of Deaf and/or disability communities. If you like the idea of coordinating people and ideas, networking and offering advice, and helping people develop skills to make positive changes for people who experience barriers to the arts then please read the job description here. 

We are an inclusive team that enjoys a flexible work environment (free coffee and fruit!) in our office at Toi Pōneke Arts Centre in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington. It would be great if you are familiar with New Zealand’s arts sector, and have knowledge of accessibility, community arts or associated sectors. Your database management and social media skills will drive an exciting network of members who you’ll travel around the country to meet. 


Arts Access Aotearoa is a non-profit, national organisation, operating out of Wellington. Our vision: all people in Aotearoa can participate in and have access to the arts.

What we do:

  • Support arts organisations and arts venues to increase their accessibility.  
  • Strengthen the capability and leadership skills of community arts organisations, artists and accessibility advocates. 
  • Raise public awareness about access to the arts.
  • Provide a national information service.
  • Facilitate the arts as a tool to support the rehabilitative process of prisoners.

Key communities we work with:

  • people with physical, sensory or intellectual impairments 
  • people with lived experience of mental ill-health  
  • individuals and organisations in the community arts and professional arts sectors
  • individuals and organisations in the arts in corrections sector

Information about Arts Access Aotearoa


  • This is a fixed-term position, part-time, 4 days / 32 hours per week.
  • Fixed-term contract: 2 years @ 32 hours per week

The Arts For All Activator administers a network of arts organisations, venues, festivals, and producers providing accessible events and programmes around Aotearoa.

In this role, you will deliver professional development meetings for Network members and provide timely and accurate advice, responding to public and specialist enquiries.

You will also coordinate a team of facilitators to deliver Deaf and disability-led responsiveness training workshops and hold monthly meetings with the facilitators. You will have experience in database management, conduct an annual survey, and provide a report on the Arts For All Network development. Your confidence with social media will drive regular promotion of accessible events and activities by the Network members.

What our current Arts For All Activator has to say about this role:

It has been a privilege to be a part of the Arts Access Aotearoa whānau. As the Arts For All Activator, I have worked with the arts sector to continue the mahi to make the arts more accessible for Deaf and disabled artists and audiences. Through this mahi you will work with many passionate advocates and creatives and build relationships across the motu. You'll be lucky enough to mahi alongside lead advisor Stace Robertson who is an absolute wealth of knowledge. This role is great for someone who enjoys knowledge sharing, travel and is a real people person!  

How to apply

Please submit:

  1. A cover letter that describes your experience working with Deaf and/or disability communities, outlines why you want to do this role and demonstrates that you are the most suitable candidate.
  2. Your C.V.

Make applications to:

The Executive Director, by email to: [email protected] 

Closing Date for applications: 

5pm, Tuesday 4 June 2024

Download the full job description here:

Benefits of working as a Arts For All Activator Whakahohe a Toi Ōritetanga in Wellington Central, Wellington:

● Excellent benefits
● Room for Advancement
● Generous Compensation
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