Job Opportunities

Senior manager – Technology Projects

We have an exciting new job opportunity for a senior IT, digital and audio-visual strategic projects specialist to join our progressive and high-performing organisation as a Senior Manager – Technology Projects on a full-time and fixed term basis for up to 24 months.

GMHBA Stadium operates as a real time and mission critical technology environment. Physical and logical security is fundamental to the business. Part of GMHBA Stadium is currently being redeveloped as a state-of-the-art sporting and entertainment venue, and this redevelopment is the catalyst for a substantial IT infrastructure, Applications and AV refresh across the entire stadium. This is why this role has been created.

Working closely with the CEO and the Executive Leadership team, the successful incumbent will lead the definition, delivery, and business benefits realisation of a complex and time sensitive program of technology projects that have critical operational, people and organisational interdependencies.

The broad scope of this role includes the delivery or co-delivery of assigned ICT, AV and Digital projects incorporated in the Trust’s ICT, AV and Digital Road Map, including but not limited to:

  • A new core IT Stadium Network Switching and Routing Project, including liaison with the Stage 5 Redevelopment
  • Digital assets that are connected to the stadium network
  • AV, EWIS, and Minor Comms Systems in the stadium

Our ideal candidate will be properly qualified and have a demonstrated track record of the successful delivery of complex programs of work in real time, mission critical organisations. They will be leading teams to plan, develop and implement complex technology strategies using their prior experience in the practical application of contemporary business process management and change management models.

For more detailed information about the role and how to apply please see a copy of the position description HERE.

Applications close by Sunday, 18 December 2022.

Festival of Sport – Volunteer Expression of Interest

Be it entertainment, community or elite sport, work, or play, we are the home of inclusive experiences and Australia’s Best Regional Stadium. Our people, being our greatest asset, think big and work hard to ensure we provide memorable experiences for all. We do this through our values of courage, accountability, integrity, equity, care, and collaboration. Our people culture supports innovation and growth, celebrates success and eliminates exclusion. We strive to provide exceptional business experience, create strong partnerships, and attract exciting events to the stadium.

We are now taking Expressions of Interest for volunteers to work at the upcoming Festival of Sport on Friday 30th December.

Established in 2018, The Festival of Sport is a free community event at Kardinia Park celebrating physical activity, health, wellbeing and the diversity of sport in Geelong and its surrounds. Underpinned by the principles of access, inclusion, social connection, healthy communities and partnerships, the festival is a community favourite on the annual event calendar.

The Kardinia Park Stadium Trust works with local and state sporting bodies to create activations; come and try opportunities for all. The organisations have the opportunity to promote themselves and attract new participants.

Our community love this event because it is a unique opportunity to interact with the stadium whilst having fun and participating wide range of sporting opportunities suitable of all ages and abilities.

We have opportunities for volunteers to assist with the set up and pack up of activations, bump in/bump out of the event and customer service support. If this sounds like something you would like to be involved in, send through your expression of interest via email to

Please note that a current Working with Children Check and up to date Covid-19 Vaccination status is required to volunteer at this event.


Expressions of Interest: Casual Event and Logistics Workforce

We have several casual event roles, listed below, which become available from time to time.

  • Casual Event Team Leaders (working at our Stadium Gates and Stands)
  • Casual Logistics Officers (preparing our Stadium for events)

Keen on joining us? Submit your application with us via and we will be in touch with you as soon as we open our recruitment. 


We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities or applicants with a lived experience of disability to apply. 

The information collected on EOI applications will only be used to assess your application for employment with us, to engage prospective employees and to manage successful applications. Please note that our successful applicants will be required to undertake a pre-employment screening. This includes but not limited to a national police check and working with children check. 

We want you to join our journey

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.

Supervisors & Team Leaders

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:

  • Communications Supervisor
  • Area Supervisor
  • Gate Team Leader
  • Stand Team Leader
  • Logistics Supervisor
  • Event Supervisor (Minor Events)
Logistics Officers

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.

Specialist Customer Service Roles

There are a wide variety of specialist customer service roles within our casual event workforce. These roles currently include:

  • Lift Attendants
  • Sports House Attendant
  • Box Office Attendant (minor event days)
  • Scoreboard Operator (minor event days)
  • Sensory Room Attendant
Casual event workforce recruitment process

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.

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Employment Opportunities with our stadium partners

Our stadium partners also offer great opportunities to work at the stadium on event days.


WIT Protection Services

Security services

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M.A Services Group

Customer Service

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Cleaning services

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Higher Mark

Catering and Hospitality

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O’Brien Group Australia

Food & Beverages

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