Redevelopment Manager

A unique opportunity has arisen to be part of the transformation of our venue.  We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Project Manager familiar with the delivery of civic or cultural infrastructure projects.  This role will have senior level coordinating responsibility for the completion of Stage 2 and the design and delivery of Stage 3 of the Centre’s Redevelopment Master Plan.  You will be required to liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders, including Government.   As the key day-to-day point of contact for the Centre you will coordinate designers, consultants and builders.  You will provide expert advice and report to the CEO, the project governance group and working group.  Leading a small internal project team you will model exemplary communication and collaboration with the wider Centre team and all stakeholders

Watch an invitation to join our organisation from CEO Joel McGuinness here.

To be successful you will:

  • Ideally have demonstrated experience in performing arts, cultural sector or similar
  • Have a tertiary qualification in Project Management, Construction or other relevant discipline and/or equivalent proven skills and experience
  • Have overseen large scale capital projects, preferably in the Public Sector
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills with the ability to engage and foster a sense of team and trust during a period of major change
  • Strong leadership and organisational skills with attention to detail

Further detailed information about the role and its requirements can be obtained from the position description 

For specific enquiries regarding the role, please contact CEO, Joel McGuinness on 03 5225 1213

To apply for this fabulous opportunity please provide a cover letter, detailed response articulating your ability to meet the requirements outlined in the position description and current CV.   Your application should be submitted to:  employment@gpac.org.au to attention Tineke Barry, Human Resources Coordinator.

Geelong Performing Arts Centre is an equal opportunity employer and values the contribution that diversity brings to the workplace. 

Geelong Performing Arts Centre is strongly committed to the safety and well-being of all children that interact with our organisation.  We have zero tolerance for child abuse.

Geelong Performing Arts Centre encourages applications from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders and those who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. 

Applications are open to those with full-working rights in Australia.

Applications close:  5pm Friday 22 February 2019

What's on Audio

The Buzz