Artists in Motion (AIM) is a Creative Projects Company. We are built and dependent upon our unique team of blended talent, the core foundation to each of our creative projects. Our team covers the full project spectrum – from conception to completion. We work across cities, countries, and cultures within the world of light festivals, global ceremonies, arena spectaculars, permanent shows and installations. We bring these stories to life through creative and technical innovation. Recent projects include White Night Melbourne 2017, Lighting the Sails at the Sydney Opera House for VIVID 2016, and the 3D Pulse Light Show series in Hong Kong.
About the role
As our Office Manager, you'll be a positive and diplomatic individual with a professional work ethic, working in a creative, fast-paced environment. Situated at the front of house, you'll look after the day-to-day activity of the office and the team, supporting various areas of the business to ensure smooth operation and communication between different departments. Your proactive nature and interpersonal skills will contribute to the culture of a busy and growing creative company.
In this role, you will be responsible for:Receptionist duties (greeting visitors, answering phones, handling couriers and mail)All aspects of administration support (filing, record-keeping, etc.)Diary management and email correspondenceManaging the office (ordering stationery, supplies, kitchen amenities, booking meeting rooms, etc., organising maintenance, etc.)General bookkeeping (skills in Excel and MYOB / similar would be advantageous)Travel management, bookings, and itinerary preparationExecutive Assistant duties, supporting the Head of Creative and Managing DirectorCoordinating staff events and social activities
Desirable values, behaviours, and skills:Friendly and personable with a 'can-do' attitudeStrong communication skills, both verbal and writtenResourceful, solution-based thinkerImpeccable attention to detail, accuracy and follow-throughSelf-starter/self-motivated, able to take initiativePossess the confidence to liaise with people of all levelsAbility to multi-task in a fast-paced environmentPlanning foresight, ability to prioritise workload and issuesWork collaboratively with the teamTransparent in all processesWillingness to learn new skillsStandard Microsoft Office software skills are essentialFlexible
Qualifications2+ years experienceFluent English, both written and verbal
Must-havesBased in Australia, with full working rightsCan work full time
Nice-to-havesReception and EA experienceKnowledge of the multi-media industry
If this role sounds like you, please email your CV with a brief cover letter. Please note, only successful applicants will be contacted. Salary package is $55,000 - $60,000 (incl super).
To learn more about us, visit our website.
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We'd love to hear about you and what you can do, but if you're the right person for this job you would already know that pictures can speak much louder than words, so get your reel in and show us you've got the chops to smash this out of the park!!!
Editing - Proficient. Prefer Premiere, but not essential.
Camera - Proficient in the use of DSLR digital video cameras.
Lighting - Some lighting experience preferred.
After FX - Minimum some understanding and exposure.
Concepting - You need to have good ideas.
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