- An exciting new community and cultural development opportunity
- Fulltime (18 month contract)
- Salary Range: AS Level 4 $73,835 - $79,019 Per annum + super
We are seeking a high performing individual to fill an exciting new role, within the Community Planning and Vitality division. This position contributes to the place making and activation of public spaces and places of significance across the City of Salisbury.
The City of Salisbury is one of South Australia's largest and most progressive Councils serving a growing community of 137,000 residents in a region of ever increasing economic and social importance to the State's future. With a turnover around $120m, assets of $1.8b and a significant public realm infrastructure program, the City has an exciting future focussed on enhancing the economic, community and sustainability agendas.
At the City of Salisbury we're creating an organisation of excellence. We are innovative, values-based and award winning with employees and volunteers who strive to positively impact our local community. We are family friendly with flexible working hours. Excellent remuneration, free parking, salary sacrifice, purchased leave, professional development opportunities and a comprehensive employee wellbeing program are among the other benefits offered to our employees.
Reporting to the Team Leader Place: Curation & Cultural Development, this exciting role will be responsible for key place activation and cultural development projects including:
Coordination of the following headline events:
- Australia Day
- Salisbury Secret Garden - Venues & Schools Program
- International Women's Day Breakfast
- Salisbury Plays
- Event Liaison for City of Salisbury supported events
Coordination of key cultural development projects:
- Securing funding and sponsorship.
- Planning, implementation and reporting on the Community Event Sponsorship Funding Program.
- Providing event funding and planning information and guidance to community groups.
To be successful in this role you will have proven experience in the coordination, management and monitoring of medium to large corporate or community events projects and programs, exceptional time management skills and communication skills and demonstrated experience in the development and maintenance of effective relationships and partnerships with community and other stakeholders.
Further information is available by accessing the Position Description.
Specific enquiries regarding this opportunity can be made to Ann-Marie Arthur, Team Leader: Place Curation and Cultural Development, 8406 8476.
Click 'Apply Online' to submit your application! Applications close 5:00pm, Monday 17 December 2018.