Special Projects and Systems Support Coordinator
Join Lake Macquarie City Council’ Arts, Culture and Tourism team and achieve amazing results leading a range of cultural projects and activities across our community!
· Lead high-quality innovative program, systems change and arts programs
· Be part of the leadership team in delivering cultural experiences & community engagement initiatives
· Be a leader within a dynamic and creative team developing contemporary arts and culture experiences across our City
LET’S EXPLORE THE JOB
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Arts, Culture & Tourism (ACT) team at Lake Macquarie City Council.
As the Special Projects and Systems Support Coordinator, you will be the nominated project manager for all new ACT related construction projects, initiatives, pilot programs and system upgrades. You will have the opportunity to coordinate the operational systems that support ACT across our five business units.
The Special Projects and Systems Support Coordinator is responsible for the entire project management lifecycle of all new business for the department, driving grant funding opportunities, and economic developments, growing industry exposure and business partnership opportunities. The role also oversees the effective development and use of cultural services equipment, processes, venues and physical collections that our customers engage with.
This position may operate across departmental service delivery, Monday through to Sunday.
8.00am to 9.00pm. The position may also be located across the Arts, Culture & Tourism facilities and/or Administration Building with occasional visits to external sites.
LET’S DESCRIBE YOU
We are seeking an enthusiastic and adaptable individual who enjoys leading working with a diverse range of teams, audiences and technology within a dynamic and fast-paced environment. Ideally you will have a strong passion for creativity, great problem-solving skills, and an adaptive approach to leading various programs, events and initiatives that inspire, attract and engage our community. You will need to possess a tertiary qualification within the Arts, Business and/or Project Management sectors.
An In-depth knowledge and understanding of contemporary cultural creative programming is essential along with the ability to manage multi-disciplinary teams.
Applications close midnight, 29 May 2023.Find out more