To actively manage and report on the planning and execution of retail development projects at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, maximising financial returns and managing resources to ensure retail developments are delivered in accordance with budgeted timeframes and costs.
To ensure other internal and external stakeholders take into account retail requirements and needs, and facilitate maximisation of retail income.
This is a highly rewarding but challenging role opportunity for a Project Administrator to join our growing and highly successful Town Living team, located in Mount Waverley. This is an outstanding opportunity to take your career to the next level within a results driven and dynamic team.
The Project Administrator will be responsible for supporting the Estimating, Design, Site and Administration teams to enable Town Living to meet its key objectives and required targets.
- Preparation of site files at the commencement of a project;
- Obtain required information for Building Permits, as well as completing and submitting Building Permit applications;
- Maintain records of Building Inspections and Certificates;
- Obtain Certificate of Occupancy; and
- Preparation of Handover and Tender packs.
- A competitive salary and salary package opportunities;
- Ongoing development and genuine career advancement opportunities;
- Generous housing discounts on our award winning homes; and
- A supportive workplace culture where great work is recognised and rewarded.
- Previous experience in a similar role within a fast paced, high pressure environment;
- Experience within the building and construction industry is highly regarded;
- The ability to multi-task and set priorities;
- Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills; and
- Intermediate Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook computer skills and exposure working with database systems.
As one of Australia’s leading energy suppliers, we have an impressive portfolio of work which includes exciting ventures such as our Gladstone LNG project (Santos GLNG Project), which will convert natural gas to liquefied natural gas. It’s an exciting time at Santos, with an impressive portfolio of operating assets, world class projects and emerging international operations you will be well positioned in your career however you choose to progress.
Santos people are united in their can-do attitude, their thirst for knowledge and their problem solving abilities. We recruit from around the globe, and we pride ourselves on offering a warm welcome to people from all walks of life.
With a focus on multicultural awareness, broad-based equal opportunities, women in management/leadership and indigenous education and employment, we understand that our ability to embrace new and different ways of thinking depends on a diverse, vibrant, inclusive workforce.
We’re also a highly collaborative business, encouraging openness, mutual respect, the ability to work together and celebrate each other’s unique perspectives.
This exciting role at the cutting edge of external communications combines traditional media relations with a strong focus on digital and real-time communication.
The Communications Coordinator will work closely with Senior Media and Communications Adviser to manage Santos GLNG’s reputation externally, supporting them to build a positive reputation for the Project. This is done by profiling work conducted by Santos GLNG that enhances its ongoing social license to operate in the media and via on-line and real-time media channels.
Day to day your key accountabilities will require you to:
· Support the implementation and execution of the Santos GLNG media relations program, including:
- supporting media relations activity by producing media releases,
- liaising with media and assisting with the setting up of interviews
- organising media briefings and tours
· Provide support to the Senior Media and Communications Adviser to provide effective media monitoring and analysis to identify trends and opportunities and compile daily reports
· Manage the media database to ensure key journalist and media outlets contact details are up-to-date and manage the media log
· Assist with the review of external media material submitted by contractors to ensure the messaging aligns with Santos GLNG messaging and publicly released information about the Project
· Coordinate the ongoing maintenance and updates of the Santos GLNG website, including coordination of digital projects to upgrade the site
· Provide support in implementation of the social and real-time media strategy. Assist with content development for our of real-time and digital channels including Facebook, Twitter, the Santos GLNG website and e-notifications
· Assist with social media monitoring
· Oversee and monitor implementation of internal social media policy.
To be successful in this position you will have:
· Tertiary qualifications in public relations, communications or a related discipline.
· Demonstrated experience in a professional external communications role
· Advanced writing, editing and verbal communication skills
· Experience in using digital, real-time, online and social media communication channel to deliver strategic stakeholder communication
· Experience in oil and gas sector or the resource sector would be highly-desirable.
This is a highly effective team and we are looking for a self-motivated individual with the initiative to help deliver an outstanding external communications program. The preferred candidate will be comfortable working to deadlines and be flexible to adapt to changing circumstances and environments.
Our people make us who we are – and for that reason, we aim to attract the best, and reward you generously for your dedication and hard work. Come and work for us and you’ll enjoy a full range of attractive rewards and benefits. Your health and wellbeing is front of mind so we offer free onsite gyms and set you up with the tools and technology to enable you to enjoy flexible work arrangements. With an enviable company safety track record plus training and support that’s second–to-none in the industry, a career with Santos puts you on track to grow and prosper right alongside us.
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An exciting and challenging opportunity now exists within The Development and Communications Office for a creative, motivated and dedicated individual to join the Events and Sponsorship team.
Based at the South Street Murdoch Campus and reporting to the Events and Sponsorships Manager, this position would suit applicants with previous experience managing events through their full cycle from concept to delivery and review, with strong attention to detail and a client service background.
Working in an environment which is constantly ‘on the go’, the successful applicant will be a hands-on Events Coordinator responsible for the management of high profile University events activity to promote a positive image and maximise the reputation of the University.
A flexible attitude to working hours is essential as regular out of hours work will be required.
For further information contact Kelly-Anne Antonio on +61 8 9360 6253 or by emailing K.Antonio@murdoch.edu.au
Application procedures and a position description with detailed selection criteria are available from the University's web links shown below.
All applicants should address the selection criteria within their application.
Use the media as much as possible when promoting an event. Contact reporters for trade magazines or other publications that will reach your target audience and offer free passes to your event in trade for some publicity before it. Send out news releases to every media outlet you can find regardless of whether or not it pertains to your audience. News releases, if they get published, are free publicity and should be part of your event planning.
Offer free passes to key members of your target audience to get them talking to others about your event. For example, if you are running a corporate trade show, then offer the largest companies free admission passes and encourage them to mention the show to all of their contacts. Free passes not only get visitors to your event, but also those visitors will bring guests that will pay to get in.
Your event promotion should have a grassroots network pushing it to help create a buzz. Social Internet websites and event supporters should be encouraged to start talking about your event on Internet message boards, in letters to the editors of newspapers and magazines and in person when they are talking to people. Word of mouth can be an effective form of advertising, and you can reach people that mass media marketing might miss when you create a network of supporters for your event.
Major corporate sponsors involved with your event can give potential attendees something familiar to associate your event with. Your sponsors will also help in advertising the event as increased attendance means increased exposure for them. You can charge sponsors money to be associated with your event, or you can trade a major sponsor's involvement for advertising assistance. The increased attendance will be well worth the trade-off.
|Many of our authors and illustrators are available for school, library, and bookstore events around the country. Here are some tips for planning a fun and successful event|
(1) Who? If you don't have a particular author or illustrator in mind, providing us with details about what kind of presenter you are looking for can help us find you the perfect author for your event.
(2) What? Think about what you want your event to entail. Even if you don't have all the specifics, knowing what kind of event you want to hold and what your guests will take away from the event is half the battle.
(3) Where? Do you know where you'd like to have your event? Determining the venue can help you choose a direction to go in with your event.
(4) When? If you not yet know the exact date, try to have a few possibilities in mind to suggest to the author.
(5) Budget. Travel costs, honorariums and book purchases are part of the majority of great events. Knowing what your budget is in advance can help us negotiate the cost of your event, as some authors are flexible with honorariums.
'Why' means, why you want to organize the event i.e. event objective.
What do you want to get from the event? For eg: do you want to organize the event to enhance your company's brand image, to increase company's sales, to promote your client's products/services or to promote a social cause etc.
Defining event objectives at the very start of event planning is very important as it gives you the direction in which you should proceed to accomplish your objectives. Organizing an event without clear objectives is a huge waste of both time and resources.
'What' means what you are going to do in the event i.e. what will be the:
What will be the name of the event? For eg: 'Auto Expo 2007".
Food and Beverage Menu
It contains the list of food items and beverages you will serve during the event to guests and target audience. Always consult a caterer while deciding your food and beverage menu as he knows the best which wine is served with a particular course (i.e. meal).
Keep event theme, preferences and religion of target audience and guests in mind while deciding the menu. If majority of your target audience are vegetarian, then it is not a good idea to serve non-veg in the event. Similarly if majority of your guests are very health conscious then there should also be some low calories food items in your menu. You don't want them to go back with an empty stomach.
Also keep climatic conditions into account. Don't serve out of season food items and beverages. Like serving ice cream/cold drink in winter, food (like spicy food) that provides warmth during summer or food that provides coolness during winter.
What the event is all about? For eg: This event is an International exhibition on new models of Cars and its accessories
Who will be your chief guest and other guests? Your guest list must include organizers, sponsors, partners, clients and specially media people. Use your imagination to create good titles to woo your guests. Like 'Guest of honor', star guest etc. Never give special treatment to one particular guest or guests' group.
Theme means subject. An event can be based on a particular theme like : hollywood, hawaaian, egyptian, balloon, clock, red, white etc. Theme based events are generally parties or wedding. Like we can have party based on flowers theme. Such type of parties are known as theme parties. In a theme party, everything from dress code, decoration, games, music, gifts, favors to food and beverages are based on a particular theme.
Who will be your service providers? Any professional providing any type of service in lieu of money is a service provider. For e.g.: DJ, anchor, florist, videographer, photographer, make up artist, performers, decorator, models, technicians, usher etc.
These are the compulsions on the guests like dress code or the knowledge of salsa dance.
Type of Entry
Decide how will be the entry. Entry will be by ticket, pass or through invitation only.
These are the gifts given to guests. We can give gifts to guests when they enter a party, when they win a game or when they leave the party.
What will be the entry fees? If you are going to charge entry fees, then be prepared to pay entertainment tax. Your entry fees should be according to your target audience's status. If you overcharge you won’t get any audience.
These are those activities which you do to catch your taget audience and media's attention. Like inagrauation of your fashion show by Tom Cruise, performance by Latin singer Shakira or display of the world most expensive car etc.
How you are going to promote your event, organizers, sponsors, partners and clients pre-event, at-event and post-event.
It is the list of various activities that will occur as a part of the event. Sample Programe Menu of a Conference.
To determine your event budget find out what will be the cost for producing and marketing the event. To determine production cost, create a list of logistics used in the event and then sum up there hiring/usage cost. You can determine marketing cost on the basis of historical data like past advertising expenditure for same or similar events.If you are a first timer, then take help from an ad agency. On the basis of production and marketing cost, determine your operating cost (i.e. cost to run the business). On the basis of operating cost decide your own fees and the staff salary.
If you are organizing event for a client, then the client will bear the production and marketing cost of the event. If you are organizing your own event then you will bear the production and marketing cost. As an event manager, you must be able to recover your production, marketing and operating costs plus you must be able to make considerable profit also. Developing event budget and managing cash flow pre-event, at-event and post event is quite difficult and requires help from an experienced professional. Better leave this job to an Accountant if you are organizing
When you are going to organize the event (i.e. date and time)? Keep following things in mind while selecting date and time for the event:
1) Select date and time according to target audience convenience and availability. For e.g.: don't organize events during work days, examination days or festival times. The best time to organize events is during weekends like Saturday or Sunday.
2) Make sure that your event's date and time, don't clash with other event's date and time specially bigger event's date and time. For e.g.: it is not a good idea to organize your music concert on a day when there is Bon Jovi concert.
3) Keep climatic conditions into mind while selecting date and time for your event. It can be disastrous to organize event outdoor on a day when the weather is stormy or heavy rain is expected. Here you can take help of your own experience if you are familiar with the climatic conditions of the region where you intend to organize the event or you can take the help of the meteorological department for the weather forecast. Find out how the weather will be on the day of your event.
Where you are going to organize the event (i.e. venue)? Check out the venue selection tips.
Who will be your organizers, sponsors, partners, clients and target audience? How many target audience you are expecting to visit the event and why? You must have very good reason to this 'Why' as you will have to convince your prospective organizers and sponsors that why particular number of people will attend the event.
How exactly are you going to market and produce the event.
Eventia has produced a formal response to the call for evidence issued by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) on proposed new directive on package travel arrangements. Using a recent free seminar session as a platform for debate and deliberation, over 60 delegates from across the events industry helped develop answers to the relevant questions posed in the call for evidence.
Brian Kirsch, who heads up the Eventia Regulation Committee, was pleased that the novel approach he and his team had devised elicited such a focused response. “We really wanted to create the opportunity for both our members and colleagues from across the industry to share their views and concerns in open forum and then distil those into a formal response to feed back to BIS. From that point of view this really is an attempt to create an evidence-based response using the expertise and informed opinion of people that run businesses that are affected by these regulations.”
In summary the evidence submitted by Eventia sets out some of the key factors that differentiate business events from tourism and consumer travel. Highlighting the nature of the B2B events market enabled the response to directly address some key problems that both agencies and clients could encounter in the future. “As with much regulation and policy matters, the devil is in the detail”, Kirsch added. “For example companies entering a framework agreement and taking on risk might discover that this may in fact invalidate their agency status and cause adverse taxation consequences for them.”
The seminar was held on 13th November at 1400 -1800.
New global sports drink company, iPro Sport, have just entered into a 10 year agreement worth £7 million with the Derby Rams football team.
What was previously Pride Park Stadium is now the iPro Stadium and this Saturday 7th December, iPro will be there when Derby plays against Blackpool in the Sky Bet Championship game that will be broadcast live on Sky Sports TV.
The iPro team have selected Showplace to provide one of their events trailers to be placed in front of the stadium on the day. iPro will be using the trailer as a promotional base and handing out their range of sports drinks to the fans. This is the club’s first ever stadium naming rights partner, and is believed to be one of the biggest independent deals by a club in Football League history.
The Global Conference Network hosted another successful Conference Summit on Friday 6 December 2013.
Taking place at etc.venues’ Dexter House in London, the Conference Summit, which featured talks, debates and breakout roundtable discussions, was attended by over 180 conference industry professionals from the UK and overseas.
Sponsored by etc.venues and Hiscox, the one day event gave delegates authoritative comment and candid discussions on the challenges facing today’s market, with topics such as ‘Is the paying delegate in terminal decline?’ and ‘The changing role of the conference marketer’.
The event was chaired by Kevin Jackson, vice president of George P Johnson, and sessions were hosted by speakers including Jonathan Dewe, former head of conferences at the Economist; Giles Cummings, divisional director at i2i Events Group; and Ben Wood, event marketing, data insight and customer service director at Incisive Media.
Piers Bearne, Chairman of the board of Echochem and a keynote presenter, said: “This was an excellent event; interactive with a great mix of speakers and a surprising level of openness and idea sharing. It seems our industry is ready to move up a level!”
Overseas delegate Steve Scott, Managing Director at Conferenz Ltd. in New Zealand commented, “Attending the Conference Summit is an extremely important benchmarking exercise for us. Conferenz is a conference and training company based in New Zealand. With a mature but small market in NZ it is often difficult to spot how the market is moving without you noticing. The Summit offers us the chance to spot how our industry is needing to change to meet market and how the smart operators in busier markets, where undoubtedly the pressures to evolve are greater, are reinventing themselves for greater success”.
Claire Wormsley, managing director of the Global Conference Network, said: “The Conference Summit 2013 has been a great success; it has showcased how innovative this industry is and its contribution to the economy. We are delighted our event has proved to be so advantageous to the delegates and exhibitors.”
The Conference Summit also featured an exhibition of industry suppliers including The Brewery, Hiscox, etc.venues, Triggerfish and Worktime TV.
The Conference Summit is part of Global Conference Network who also stage The Conference Awards which will be held on 13th June 2014.