- Full-time fixed term position (January - 31 May 2024)
- Join a dynamic cultural organisation at a pivotal time of change
- Be part of the Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation journey
About the Role
The purpose of the Project Manager role is to support the project team in the delivery of the Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation and specifically Reimagining Arts Centre Melbourne. In this role, you will be actively participating in the process to realise a new and better future for Arts Centre Melbourne.
This role has accountability for high level administrative and coordination activity for the project. In this role, you will be a key support for the Project Director, Associate Director and Senior Project Manager, Reimagining as well as the primary point of contact for several project stakeholders.
Full-Time fixed-term position (January- 31 May 2024). Salary $96,192.00 per annum plus superannuation.
Your Skills and Experience
- Diploma of Project Management or relevant discipline.
- Highly organised – ability to multi-task and deal with a variety of activities.
- Proven experience in managing large scale projects ($20m plus) or similar scales in other industries
- Experience in either construction, architecture, or engineering
- A good understanding of client-side project management and curious to learn.
- Experience working with government departments is highly desirable.
- Experience using Microsoft Project, Aconex and Adobe products.
- Demonstrated experience in liaising with and coordinating a diverse group to achieve common goals.
- Demonstrated experience in communicating effectively (both in oral and in written form) with both internal and external stakeholders
- Experience in process improvement.
For more details, please read the position description: Project Manager - Reimagining Decant
About the Team
The Redevelopment Unit leads the Reimagining Arts Centre Melbourne project which is a significant component of a wider Creative Precinct renewal involving a wide range of precinct partners. It leads a diverse and engaged stakeholder group to help realise the ten strategic objectives of ACM. The unit has a strong background in project management and development knowledge areas as well as deep connections across all areas of the business and wider stakeholder base.
About Arts Centre Melbourne
The land on which Sidney Myer Music Bowl and Arts Centre Melbourne sits has long been a place of gathering, storytelling, song, ceremony, celebration and commemoration for First Nations people.
The People of the Kulin Nations have gathered on the site for thousands of years and continue to do so today. We pay our respects to their elders, past, present and emerging.
Beneath our iconic Spire, in Hamer Hall and at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, we showcase the best of Australian and international performing arts.
Together with our own program of performances, events and activities we offer a diversity of audiences a distinctly multidimensional approach to participation, education and entertainment.
We are now focused on Reimagining Arts Centre Melbourne as part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to transforming the Melbourne Arts Precinct into a thriving, connected creative and civic space over the coming years.
For a glimpse into working at Arts Centre Melbourne click here.
Enjoy Team Member Benefits
As a valued member of our ensemble, you will enjoy:
- Complimentary tickets, discounts at food & beverage outlets, discounted commuter benefits and onsite parking.
- Access to wellbeing activities and learning and development programs, and the Smiling Mind app.
- Free access to Employee Assistance Programs which includes specific support to our First Nations team members via their I-CARE program and providing specific counsellors for members of the LGBTQIA+ community and People of Colour.
Please submit your resume together with a cover letter addressing the key criteria by 11:55pm, Sunday 3rd of December 2023. Early applications are encouraged as suitable candidates may be invited to attend an interview prior to the closing date.
Arts Centre Melbourne welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds, Disabled and Deaf people, members of the LGBTQIA+ community and people of all ages.
We seek to provide workplace adjustments at all relevant stages of the recruitment process such as interpreters, alternative formats or other access supports. You can specify in the application form if you require any adjustments or please ask us at any stage. If you need to contact us about making workplace adjustments during the recruitment process, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment at Arts Centre Melbourne is conditional upon the satisfactory completion of a National Police Check.
Applications are open to those with full working rights in Australia. Arts Centre Melbourne is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.