Creative Producer (Programs)


The Creative Producer (Programs) is a pivotal position that works in partnership and collaboration with the Executive Producer to realise the annual Artistic Program and strategic direction of Corrugated Iron. The Creative Producer (Programs) will also work closely with the General Manager who oversees the day-to-day operational management of the organisation. 

Corrugated Iron works with young people and artists from diverse cultural and social backgrounds with varied life experiences, abilities and interests and we seek to employ people who reflect the environment within which we operate.

To find out more about the position and selection criteria please CLICK HERE


To apply please provide:

  1. Cover letter introducing yourself and responding to the Selection Criteria (maximum 3 pages) this can also include an example of a project that you’re super proud of and what inspires you about joining the Corrugated Iron team.

  2. Recent CV including a minimum of two referees

  3. Please email the above as a single PDF file Applications are to be submitted to ep@corrugatediron.org.au by 5pm Wed 22 June.


All enquiries should be directed to Zoe Scrogings, Executive Producer 08 8948 3200.

Artist Call Out!​


Exciting opportunities are on their way in 2022… and Corrugated Iron wants you to jump on board! 

We are looking for fun, passionate and skilled teaching artists to help deliver our programs for young people across the Territory.

Corrugated Iron engages, trains, mentors and employs emerging artists and creative professionals who inspire children and young people to develop their skills and forge pathways in the arts. We inspire the next generation of creative leaders, movers and shakers to take the lead in shaping our artistic program to ensure that it is driven by the voices of our young people.

Our artistic program features workshops, specialist masterclasses, performances, special projects and a significant outreach program delivered in urban, regional and remote settings.

To apply, fill out the questionnaire and send your resume to info@corrugatediron.org.au

Professional learning for teaching artists

Even if you don't work directly with Corrugated Iron, you may interested in attending our professional development sessions.

Run quarterly [at least], they include warm up games, behaviour management strategies, how to engage, spotting, teaching strategies...

If you want to be on the mailing list for these sessions, please email info@corrugatediron.org.au