Performing and Creative Arts Centre Operations Team Leader
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Name: Vicki Sienczuk
Phone: 02 4993 4265
About the opportunity
We are currently seeking a highly skilled technician to join Cessnock Performing Arts Centre to co-ordinate production requirements and supervise the delivery of lighting, sound, staging, set design and associated operational requirements for both professional and non-professional performances, programmes and large scale civic events. This is a hands on position in a fast paced environment with an ever-changing clientele.
You will work closely with the technical team, on a daily basis, to ensure the Cessnock Performing Arts Centre provides high quality support to both visiting and local performance companies.
To find out more about your next career opportunity: Position Description
$78,733 – $90,543 per annum plus 11.5% superannuation
- Full-time 38 hours per week
- 11.5% superannuation
- 19 day month (RDO scheme)
- Relocation Allowance
- Generous leave entitlements including Long Service Leave after 5 years
- Paid Parental Leave
- Ongoing training and development opportunities including access to Council’s Study Assistance program
- Generous corporate fitness program for you and your immediate family members
- Free parking on-site
- Fabulous location in the picturesque Hunter Valley!
Applications Close: Wednesday 15 February 2023 at 11.30pm
Who to Contact:
Vicki Sienczuk, Curator of Creative and Performing Arts on 02 4993 4265.
How to Apply:
Please go to Current vacancies Cessnock City Council (nsw.gov.au)
Please note, prior to an offer of employment being made, recommended candidates will be required to undertake a medical assessment (including drug and alcohol testing). Council may also complete a range of other pre-employment checks, such as references, employment history checks, working with children checks or a criminal record check.
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