Staging Coordinator

Posted on Monday, May 31st, 2010

$81,649 per annum inclusive of shift penalties & allowances

The City of Sydney is seeking an experienced Staging Coordinator to join the Venue Management Team.
Over 600 events are held in the City of Sydney’s venues, including Sydney Town Hall, Paddington Town Hall and the Barnet Long Room at Customs House each year, ranging from conferences and meetings through to large scale special events, exhibitions and community celebrations.
The Staging Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of all technical equipment and staging services within the unit to our clients, including:

*  Audio
*Visual
* Lighting
* Technical Power & Reticulation
* Staging equipment
* Digital Signage
* Communications and Presentation Equipment
* Outside Broadcasting Services

Daily activities of this position including coordinating client requirements, developing work plans and managing staff and sub contractors. 

To be successful in this position you will have demonstrated knowledge and skills technical production and operation of sound, AV and lighting services within a multi purpose performance venue such as the Sydney Town Hall.

You will be able to work flexible hours that accommodates the needs of the venue’s operations, including weekend and evening work on a regular basis.  

Applications for this position are encouraged from experienced technical professionals with a minimum of five years in a supervisory or senior position relating to technical production in a high profile performance venue.

This is a full time salaried position is covered under the Venue Management’s Local Workplace agreement.  An annualised salary of $81,649 is offered, which includes all shift penalties and allowances. Paid overtime or time in lieu arrangements will apply when additional hours of work are required to meet operational needs.

Visit www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/jobs for a position description. Applications must address the selection criteria, include the names and telephone numbers of two referees and be made online via our website by Thursday 10 June 2010, quoting the job title and Ref. No. S078938.