Open to Australian Aboriginal Peoples and UniSA employees only
As the Coordinator: Audio Visual Projects, you are a pivotal figure tasked with orchestrating and overseeing a diverse array of intricate University-wide Audio Visual initiatives. Your leadership shines as you manage project staff, nurturing their talents and ensuring cohesion within the team. Collaboration with senior stakeholders becomes second nature to you as you navigate through competing project priorities, ensuring that each initiative is delivered with precision and excellence.
About the Role
Reporting to the Manager: ICT Support Services, you will oversee the project design and initiation phase by collaborating closely with relevant business owners to identify, analyse, and prioritise requirements. Once the project is underway, you will be responsible for managing and delivering it successfully. This involves fostering and maintaining strong working relationships with ISTS and both internal and external stakeholders, establishing a culture of service and partnership that is effective, collaborative, and strategic.
Additionally, you will be tasked with risk management and evaluation, where you will develop, implement, monitor, and control risk management strategies specifically tailored to Audio Visual projects. Your aim will be to ensure that deliverables are achieved and expectations are effectively managed throughout the project lifecycle.
About the Information Strategy and Technology Services Unit
Information Strategy and Technology Services (ISTS), has the primary strategic and operational responsibility for the provision of the UniSA's considerable IT infrastructure and services has approximately 160 staff in 9 key areas. Information Strategy and Technology Services contributes to the University's strategic goals and objectives by providing, University wide IT support for staff and students and technical support, development and management of information systems which support online teaching and learning, research management and research education, student experience, administration, data integration and business intelligence, the staff and student portals, and the corporate web.
Essential Skills and Experience
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Applicants are required to upload a cover letter and resume only.
Please address your cover letter to Shelley Lunn, Senior Consultant: Recruitment Central. For further information about the position or the recruitment process, please contact UniSA Recruitment Central on +61 8 8302 1700 or via email at [email protected] using job reference number 5867.
Applications close: 11.30pm Monday 19 February 2024
To be eligible to apply for internal positions, you must either identify as an Australian Aboriginal Person, or be a current UniSA continuing, fixed-term or casual staff member at the time the position is advertised and have the legal right to work in Australia for the term of the appointment.
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How to apply:
Applications must be lodged online, please note UniSA does not accept applications via email.
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