Come And Work With Us! We’re looking for a Producer in Hobart, Tasmania

Producer (Tas)

Part-time, 0.4FTE
Applications close 11.59pm Sunday 18 February 2024

Performing Lines is at an exciting crossroads in the refinement of its strategic focus as it responds to recent local and world events that shape the contemporary independent performing arts context. 

To support this, we are seeking a part-time Producer who will work closely with the Senior Producer – Tas to provide the stable platform from which independent artists can perform daring feats.   

The successful applicant will be responsible for driving the planning and/or delivery of key projects for Performing Lines. 

The role is part-time at 0.4FTE (two days per week) with standard contact hours negotiated by mutual agreement. The role is based at the Performing Lines Tas office in in South Hobart. From time-to-time the role will require work outside of regular office hours. This is a fixed-term contract with an ideal start date of 1 April 2024 – 31 December 2024. Subsequent extension/s will be subject to funding and performance within the contracted term.  

Performing Lines embraces difference and seeks to foster increased inclusivity and representation in the art that we create, the audiences we attract and the staff we engage. We recognise the value of diverse experience, perspectives and practice and acknowledge these experiences as a specialist expertise. First Nations applicants and those from communities typically minoritized within our sector are strongly encouraged to apply, and applicants are encouraged to speak to their lived experience and networks as part of their application.  

Performing Lines supports flexible working practices and infrastructure to promote work-life balance and to meet the diverse and unique needs of its employees.   

How to apply

Download the full job pack here. 

If you believe you’re the right fit for the role, please send your application by email to by 11.59pm Sunday 18 February 2024.  Applications should include: 

  • a short covering letter addressing the skills and experience required for this role and 
  • a 1 – 2-page summary resume including two referees  


A video application that addresses the skills and experience required for this role and outlines your professional experience / work history including the title, duration and respective organisation of your appointments and contact details two referees. 

Should this application process or engagement structure be inaccessible for you, we encourage you to be in contact so that we can discuss and explore more accessible alternatives.   

For more information or to discuss please contact Sinsa Mansell, Senior Producer TAS, on   

In everything we do, we acknowledge that we live on Aboriginal land and constantly learn from the wisdom of First Peoples.

Where we are and the history that precedes us informs how we work and how we move forward.