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Signage Coordinator

– Work on one of Australia’s largest annual cultural events
– Be part of a passionate and supportive team of arts lovers
– Build your event experience across marketing & production

Contract: 7 October 2019 – 7 February 2020
Salary: $60,000 + superannuation (pro rata)
Reports to: Marketing Manager

In consultation with the Marketing Manager and Production team, the Signage Coordinator plans, budgets and coordinates delivery of all promotional and way finding signage.

The main functions of the Signage Coordinator include:

– Responsibility for delivery of all Festival and marketing signage including: budget management; management of relationship with signage companies and negotiating best deals; writing briefs; project management of signage design, production, delivery and installation; and approval of signage by marketing and other stakeholders

– Responsibility for scoping and communicating all marketing and sponsor signage opportunities at all venues utilised by Sydney Festival

– Maintain spreadsheet of signage opportunities including accurate sizes, deadlines and costs

– Maintaining close relationship with Production department staff including attending weekly meetings, venue site visits; communicating status of signage delivery, installation dates and bump outs

– Attend significant signage installs to brief installers

– Install some signage independently, as required

Skills & experience required:

– Highly developed project management skills
– Demonstrated ability in budget management
– Previous experience in print or signage creation or print traffic management role desirable
– Proven high level organisational and time management skills
– High level attention to detail and follow-through
– Strong analytical and problem solving skills
– Outstanding written and oral communication skills
– Ability to work effectively in a team
– Proven initiative and high levels of self-motivation, as well as the ability to work unsupervised
– Proven ability to work under pressure as well as plan and prioritise an often heavy workload
– Experience in a high-profile, busy and dynamic environment
– An understanding of design principles is desirable
– Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications, especially Excel

Download the full position description here: https://sydfe.st/2J27NfV

Sydney 2000

Sydney Festival


Applications for the position should include a CV (maximum three pages), contact details for two referees and a brief statement addressing the key responsibilities of the role.

You must be available to work full time from 7 October 2019 – 7 February 2020. Please include any necessary details on when you might not be available during this time.

Applications close 5pm AEST 21 July and must be emailed to: marketing.jobs@sydneyfestival.org.au.


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