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If you are interested in joining the CCCSF team we'd love to hear from you. You can view our current vacancies below. 

Casual Performer

We are currently holding open auditions for professional performers to join our established Constable Care event team. This includes performing puppetry, live performances and mascot appearances at community events, as well as facilitating 'Lost Child Points' when required.

We are looking for versatile performers, as there may be opportunities to move to our main performance ensemble when positions become available. Constable Care's main performance ensemble encompasses delivering theatre-in-education programs, including interactive Forum Theatre in high schools and delivering puppetry and live performances to primary school students, as well as the opportunity to tour regionally.

The successful applicant will:

  • Be aged between 21-35

  • Have attended drama school and have professional acting experience

  • Have the ability to work in a number of theatrical styles and play a variety of characters

  • Hold a valid WA Driver’s License

  • Possess experience teaching, directing or working with children/young people

  • Enjoy travel – the successful applicant needs to be available for touring work, travelling by vehicle or plane to performance venues throughout WA

  • Have an understanding of puppetry (desirable)

  • Hold a tertiary qualification in Theatre (desirable)

Being a part of our performance team provides a unique opportunity to further develop an enormous range of performance skills in a demanding but well-paid creative environment - working in a number of different theatrical styles, playing multiple characters per show.

As performers you will have the opportunity to work in a dynamic and challenging environment, and be part of a fun, high-energy performing arts organisation that makes a real difference in the community. As artists you will be contributing to a creative process that uses theatre as a tool to effect social and personal change for young audiences and participants. Our actors are regularly called on to appear at major Perth events, community forums and activities.

Applications are highly encouraged from experienced performers of all backgrounds, including of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds and of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

Location: Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Applications to this casting call require:
* A phone number
* A current CV with 2 referees 
* A profile photo

Auditions and interviews will be held in late November, and require a monologue + some prepared scenes. Rehearsals and training commence March/April 2017.

We are initially offering casual contracts to join our Events Team, with the view to offering fixed term, part-time contracts as positions become available in our core Performance Ensemble.

Please send applications and/or enquiries to:

Danielle Antaki
Arts and Education Manager
Constable Care Child Safety Foundation
Phone: 08 9272 0000, Email:


Theatrical Response Group Coordinator & Facilitator

A great opportunity for a talented performing arts professional to join our youth arts and education team

  • Key youth arts coordination & facilitation role

  • Competitive $67K salary + super

  • 5 weeks annual leave and free parking

  • Full time

Constable Care Child Safety Foundation has delivered award winning theatre-in-education programs on safety, crime prevention and citizenship to over 2.5 million WA children and young people since 1989. Over the last 29 years the organisation has grown and developed and now delivers a wide range of theatre, event and community service activities across WA.

In 2014 we launched Theatrical Response Group (TRG), our secondary school program that delivers “Forum Theatre” based performances and workshops in high schools and community settings throughout WA, exploring complex youth safety, harm prevention and mental health issues with over 15,000 young people each year. Programs include youth devised performance development, film making, full-term in-school programs and touring performances and workshops.

We’re looking for a talented, multi-faceted arts all-rounder to coordinate and deliver the TRG program – someone who can produce and direct, facilitate, evaluate and administrate this very busy area of our schools program. This dynamic and challenging role works closely with the Arts and Education team and our Performance Company, and liaises with a large range of stakeholders, including secondary schools, police, local government and state government agencies and services and of course young people.

As the key member of the Arts and Education team responsible for youth outcomes, you will have the communication and negotiation skills, practical arts management and theatre making performance and practical arts management experience needed to plan, coordinate and deliver our metro, regional and remote school youth performance workshop program. This role will suit someone who can establish a strong rapport with young people, likes to work semi-autonomously, and has a strong understanding of current youth issues.

In return you will benefit from a competitive salary and a great team working environment, excellent opportunities for professional development as an arts professional, and the chance to be part of a fun, high-energy performing arts organisation whose work makes a real difference in the community.

To Apply

Follow these links to download the Position Description and see how this role fits into our Organisation Chart

Applicants must submit a CV and cover letter that addresses the selection criteria listed in the position description.

For further details or to discuss the position, contact:

Danielle Antaki
Arts and Education Manager
Constable Care Child Safety Foundation
Phone: 08 9272 0000, Email:

Applications are encouraged from experienced theatre practitioners, especially from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Applications addressing the selection criteria for the position should be sent to the Arts and Education Manager, Constable Care Child Safety Foundation, PO Box 462 Maylands WA 6931, to the above email address, or by applying online via our listing on Seek.  

Applications for this position close on Friday 9 November 2018.

Communications Officer / Grant Writer

Part-time Communications Officer and Grant Writer for iconic WA charity.

1. Develop and deliver accurate, relevant and timely internal and external communications through a variety of mediums reflecting the organisation’s values, strategy, objectives, brand and tone.
2. Provide input towards the communications strategy of the organisation and support the yearly marketing and communications plan across the various products and services provided by CCCSF.
3. Collaboratively support the communication needs of the organisation including speech notes and the delivery of the organisation’s annual report.
4. Support the Marketing and Communications Coordinator with any communications research as required
5. Provide the bi-monthly media report for inclusion in the departments Board reporting requirements
6. Develop content and support the execution of the various e-newsletter requirements of the department
7. Identify and develop grant or other fundraising applications to meet budget expectations in these areas

Key Responsibilities

1. Professionally represent the organisation in all internal and external communication activities where required.
2. Ensure CCCSF communications reflect the organisation’s values, position, brand guidelines and tone of voice, and support the organisation’s strategic plan.
3. Develop and implement effective communication content and plans that support the organisation’s various programs, events and activities.
4. Create content across the organisation’s media platforms including copywriting and publishing for the organisation’s monthly electronic newsletter.
5. Develop copy and for the organisation’s annual report.
6. Prepare briefing notes and speeches for the organisations attendance at functions and events.
7. Support budget targets as set out annually across the areas of fundraising, grants, donations and in-kind contributions.

8. Perform as a team player and actively assist, encourage and engage with other staff to achieve organisational goals. CCCSF is a small team environment where all staff are expected to contribute their shared energies towards the activities of the organisation in a positive, productive and cooperative manner.

Key Requirements
1. A recognised tertiary qualification in media, communications or similar field.
2. Excellent demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
3. Proven capability in writing material for use in fact sheets, correspondence, publication, press releases, briefing notes, presentations and speech notes.
4. Demonstrated keen sense of creativity and ‘out of the box’ thinking.
5. Demonstrated ability to manage time effectively, prioritise tasks appropriately and manage multiple projects at once.
6. A demonstrated positive, friendly and outgoing manner.
7. Ability to take direction and to support the Marketing and Communication Manager
8. Ability to work effectively as part of a small team.
9. Possession of a valid WA Driver’s license.
10. Possession of/capacity to obtain a current Working with Children Check card.

For more information contact:
Diane Ainsworth
Marketing, Communications & Events Manager
9272 0000 

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