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TNA Employment Policy

TNA values the rich contributions to the arts made by people from a variety of backgrounds, and we aim to have a diverse group of people working at TNA. We are an equal opportunity workplace, and we strongly encourage applications by First Nations people, people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background, people with disabilities and people from the LGBTIQA+ community. We understand the needs of people with family obligations, and we provide a flexible working week, and part-time positions. We understand artists’ working lives, and by negotiation we allow time-off for artistic practice and other commitments such as touring. Our philosophy is based on generosity, empathy, and a commitment to deep work satisfaction for employees. We know that this is repaid in retaining committed, passionate staff members who live and breathe the values of the organisation.

TNA Equity Action Plan

TNA's Equity Action Plan (EQAP) is an extension of our 2021-2025 Strategic Plan, and is based on a human rights framework where every human has the right to participate in cultural life. In order to achieve systemic change, we acknowledge that we must embed transformational change within all areas of our work, including programming, governance and engagement. All TNA employees have a role to play in achieving that change.

Executive Leadership

The Board of Theatre Network Australia (TNA) is looking for new leadership through an Expression of Interest process, closing on Wednesday 1st November, 2023.