- Permanent full-time role, 38 hrs/week
- Band 5 salary between $68,571 and $78,277 per annum, plus 10.5% superannuation
- Diverse role located at Ballarat’s Eureka Centre
A unique opportunity to work at the site of the 1854 Eureka Stockade and home to one of Australia’s most significant artefacts – The Eureka Flag.
About the role
The Business Support Officer plays a vital role in supporting and assisting the Manager Eureka Centre and the wider team in delivering an exceptional visitor experience.
You will contribute to the smooth running of the Centre, ensuring its efficient operation and compliance and high standards of building maintenance and presentation. Areas of responsibility include but are not limited to:
- Administration - strong oral and written communication skills to liaise with stakeholders and prepare relevant administrative and business correspondence.
- Financial processing – demonstrate financial acumen to process finance, budget and procurement activities.
- Venue hire - contribute to the smooth running and delivery of events from first enquiry to invoicing to ensure visitor experience excellence.
- Marketing and promotions – apply creativity and lateral thinking to maintain up-to-date promotional materials and web-based platforms and content.
- Stakeholder management - desire to work well with others and provide guidance to ensure high quality and responsive service within level of responsibility
As part of an agile, adaptable and committed team, the position contributes to the delivery of high quality visitor services to diverse audiences in a seven day a week operation.
For further information on this role please see the position description or contact Anthony Camm, Manager Eureka Centre on 0400 373 742.
Click on the Apply button and upload your cover letter, current resume and statement addressing the position description selection criteria before the closing date, Tuesday 16th August 2022.
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