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As the Events and Venues Administrator you will be a key support team member for our Events and Venues Team and provide administrative support to managers within the venue and at event functions. As part of this busy and vibrant team, your responsibilities will include meetings minute-taking, document management, processing of purchase orders and accounts, assistance with preparation and distribution of marketing collateral, and database management. You will also provide support in dealing with venue hire enquiries and coordinating the flow of internal communications. Closing date: 6 July 2015.
We are looking for someone who has a recognised animal husbandry qualification. Previous experience in animal husbandry is a must and you should have an understanding of the zoo industry as well. You will be self motivated, energetic and possess both strong interpersonal and communication skills. Being safety conscious along with a can-do attitude is also essential. A manual driver’s licence is required as well as being available to work weekends and public holidays as rostered. Closing date: 8 July 2015.
In preparation for our opening, we are now looking for an Exhibitions and Collections Lead to support the delivery and facilitation of art, exhibitions and collections. In this newly created role you will work with the Director and Len Lye Curator to develop the museum’s programme of exhibitions, publications, screening programmes, performances and talks. You will be responsible for initiating, curating and delivering exhibitions of excellence and a strong, original, insightful curatorial vision is sought. This role requires you to be articulate – through your writing and public talks – about the ideas and issues that inform contemporary practice. Your contribution will be significant to the development of the Govett-Brewster’s audience engagement programmes, offering guidance and building on the successes to date. Closing date: 13 July 2015
This role reports to the Business Partnership Lead and will be responsible for the development and maintenance of our financial planning and reporting systems. You’ll partner with key stakeholders across the business to provide relevant analysis and proactive commercial insights and advice. You will use your strong systems and accounting experience to develop and improve the Council’s financial systems.Closing date: 13 July 2015
We require a talented Project Manager to ensure that we continue to deliver new or improved services to the Council, ratepayers, customers and the general public.The successful applicant will be taking a lead role in the delivery of IS projects, ensuring that projects are delivered on time, within budget and to agreed quality criteria. Closing date: 17 July 2015.