Facilities Maintenance Coordinator
This role is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of the Stadium, including carrying out preventative and reactive works, facilitating maintenance-related projects, contract management, event day contractor supervision, and ensuring compliance with workplace safety standards.
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It’s the people behind the scenes that make our events truly special.
The Trust’s full and part-time workforce contains staff members working within operations, facilities and assets, safety and security, stakeholders, marketing and communications, finance, major projects and human resources. If you are the right fit for our dynamic and progressive organisation, we want you to join our journey.
Yes, there will be some unique and exciting opportunities, but most importantly you will grow as a person and a professional.
By becoming a member of our casual event workforce, you will play a pivotal role in either preparing the venue or ensuring fans and visitors have an exceptional experience.
Our Supervisors and Team Leaders are the important link between the venue management team and the event day workforce. They are responsible for leading and supporting the wider workforce on event days as well as ensuring the fan’s experience is being delivered in a safe, efficient and effective manner. These roles currently include:
The logistics officers are the unseen heroes of the casual event workforce as they prepare the venue and the precinct ready for the fans, then well after they are gone, they pack everything away again.
There are a wide variety of specialist customer service roles within our casual event workforce. These roles currently include:
The Trust will generally hold two recruitment drives per year. Register your interest below and you will receive an email alert when we are recruiting.
Our stadium partners also offer great opportunities to work at the stadium on event days.