FORECAST

KATOOMBA WEATHER

OPENING HOURS

Monday to Friday
10am — 5pm

Saturday
10am — 4pm

Sunday
10am — 4pm
(Library: 12am — 4pm)

DIRECTIONS

By Car

Undercover parking (access via Parke St) is available below the Cultural Centre, which also provides elevator access. The Cultural Centre is located on level 1.

By Train

Trains arrive at Katoomba Station every hour, and we are only a short journey from the station on foot or bike via Katoomba St or Parke St. We’re directly alongside the Carrington Hotel (you can’t miss the giant smokestack).

Accessibility

For disability vehicles or small mini buses please contact us on 4780 5410 prior to your visit to have the bollards removed from the College Lane corner. From this location wheelchair ramps and banisters can be used to gain access to be building.
There are accessible parking spaces available within the Cultural Centre building (accessed via Parke Street) underneath Coles Supermarkets. There is also lift access to the Cultural Centre from the two parking levels.

Employment

Thank you for your interest in seeking employment with the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. By joining our small and supportive team you will have the opportunity to work closely with the vibrant Blue Mountains arts community and audiences.

As the Cultural Centre is a business unit of Blue Mountains City Council, all positions will be advertised directly on Council’s website, with links displayed to the right for any current positions. Any current opportunities will also be published in the Blue Mountains Gazette.

For more information about working for Blue Mountains City Council visit the careers page.

Work experience 

As with any vacancies, work experience opportunities are offered through Blue Mountains City Council Human Resources department. Click here for more information on how to organise a work experience placement with Blue Mountains City Council.


Positions Vacant

Cultural Development Projects Officer (Temporary Part Time – 14 hours per week/12 months) V19/4737

The primary role of this position is to complete specific cultural development projects within the Cultural Development portfolio with particular focus on the Blue Mountains City Council’s public art holdings and systems of management and the BM City Art Collection. Working within the Cultural Services section, the Cultural Development Projects Officer will support and promote cultural activities throughout the Blue Mountains LGA.

The successful candidate will be a dynamic and innovative thinker with attention to detail and high-level skills in project work. Their enthusiasm will be backed by relevant tertiary qualifications and at least 3 years’ experience in a similar position within the cultural sector. The candidate will have demonstrated high-level oral and written communication skills.

The position will be filled working 2 days per week (Thursday/Friday) in a job share capacity.

Salary:  commencing at $2498.95 gross per fortnight. (Pro-rata)
For further information contact:  Paul Brinkman on 4780 5510
Closing date:  3 November 2019