Co3 seeks a highly organised and motivated Administrator with strong time management skills.

This is a great entry-level opportunity for an efficient, adaptable and detail orientated individual who enjoys working as part of a small team in a dynamic office environment.

The Administrator is responsible for the efficient and effective management of both the administrative and artistic sides of the business.

Read the full position description.



Your application must include:

• A one page statement outlining why you would like to work at Co3 and how your skills and experience address the requirements of the role.

• A current CV (maximum two pages).

Applications that do not address the responsibilities and skills required for the role as noted in the position description above will not be considered.

Please send your application by email to with “Application | Administrator” in the subject line by 9am (AWST) on Monday 6 May 2024.


Co3 (pron. Koh-three) is the State’s contemporary dance company, based in Boorloo, Western Australia, on the lands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar people.

Driven by excellence and collaboration, Co3 generates relevant and insightful conversations through contemporary dance. With art and audiences at our core, dance-makers are encouraged to interrogate and re-examine their creative process to ensure the delivery of meaningful contemporary Australian art.

Co3 actively strives for diversity in our teams, in the stories we share on stage and across all areas of our operating, programming and interaction with community. The company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and commits to providing an inclusive and safe environment for everyone. We want our organisation to be a true reflection of our state, representing people with a diverse set of skills, life experiences, cultures and backgrounds. All peoples are considered without regard to age, sex, religion, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation or disability. We strongly encourage applications from people of all identity groups, as it is important for us that these voices and perspectives are represented in the work we do.