PROJECT MANAGER- CAPITAL PROJECTS
Steeped in history and hosting over 90 events for more than 400,000 people each year, GMHBA Stadium is a true multipurpose venue and Icon of the Geelong region. Our people, being our greatest asset, think big and work hard to ensure we maximise the return on the State Government’s investments.
An exciting opportunity presents for a highly experienced and capable individual to join our progressive organisation on a fixed term (2 years) and full-time basis. Reporting to the General Manager- Major Projects, the Project Manager- Capital Projects will be responsible for a portfolio of capital projects within our Capital Works Program aiming to deliver improvements in safety, security, electrical infrastructure and patron experience at the Kardinia Park Stadium under the Victorian Government Stimulus Building Works Package funding. The Project Manager, Capital Projects will be required to work closely with the Trust’s venue management, facilities and infrastructure and finance teams to achieve aligned results. This role requires a comprehensive knowledge of the technical aspects of capital projects, essential services, risk management, standards, legislation and compliance.
If you have the essential knowledge, skills and experience to achieve success in this role we would like to hear from you. For more information about the role or to obtain a copy of the Position Description please click here.
Should you wish to apply, please send a copy of your current resume and cover letter outlining your suitability to the role to email@example.com. Please note we will commence interviewing during the advertising period. Applications close by Sunday, 23 August 2020 or earlier upon an appointment of the successful candidate.
At Kardinia Park Stadium Trust, we value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all cultures, abilities, sexual orientation, and genders.