- Lead the coordination of projects across Melbourne Zoo
- Oversee diverse projects from capital works to new visitor experience programs
- Take a holistic view whilst ensuring individual projects achieve outcomes
The Melbourne Zoo, the oldest Zoo in Australia, is located in the beautiful leafy Parkville area and welcomes approximately 1.3 million visitors per year.
The Manager Project and Planning will ensure Melbourne Zoo delivers all projects on time and to budget and to the required scope across all areas of the zoo. The role will include supporting the project planning, delivery and evaluation with projects ranging from minor works projects to major capital works and other projects including those related to animal welfare and visitor experience.
The role will develop dashboard reporting in line with the Zoos Victoria Project Management Framework and operational needs and ensure that staff are trained and developed to work within a project management framework that ensures outcomes are achieved.
In addition to the project specific focus, the role will also support the Senior Management team in developing, implementing and reporting of annual operational plans and 5 year master plans. The role will be responsible for both the strategic and operational planning and reporting stages.
To be successful in this role you will have strong experience working in a project management office context and have an established record of stakeholder engagement and bringing projects into a consistent approach. You will have strong systems thinking ability and be able to oversee the management of both capital projects and new and existing program development at the zoo. Capability in utilising technology to create automated and accessible reporting will be highly regarded.
To find out more or to apply
To learn more about this opportunity please get in touch with Sandra Kerr on (03) 9929 9528 or Cameron Norton on (03) 9929 9522 from Davidson Executive & Boards. To apply, please visit www.davidsonwp.com