Event Operations Attendants

Event Operations Attendants

  • Regular intakes of casual event operations staff
  • Opportunity to multi-skill across a variety of roles & departments
  • State of the art facilities and equipment

The Centre has regular intakes between March and November each year for casual Event Operations Attendants.

These multi-faceted positions provide passionate individuals with an opportunity to join us and be professionally cross-trained in a variety of front and back of house roles across the majority of the Centre's operational departments.

Entry level staff at Level 1 perform basic manual tasks, including event set-up and break-down, general cleaning duties, assistance with uniforms, linen and food preparation, movement of equipment and stock and general maintenance activities under the direct supervision of others and/or or in accordance with strictly defined routines, methods and procedures. Also includes Introductory Food & Beverage Attendant training in the Centre's operating procedures and service standards for up to 3 months (195 hours).

Level 2 Event Operations Attendants perform more advanced 'semi-skilled' event-related manual tasks and customer service duties including; table-setting, advanced cleaning / stewarding activities involving the use of large commercial industrial dishwashers or ride-on cleaning equipment, front-line customer service including ushering, switchboard, signage and Food & Beverage duties requiring RSA accreditation, uniform fitting and repairs, basic assistance to A/V Technicians and procedurally routine admnistrative duties.

To be employed at either level you will need to be:- 

  • Over 18 years of age (re licensing requirements for liquor service)

  • Certified in Responsible Service of Alcohol (i.e have successfully undertaken the course with a recognised Registered Training Organisation - RTO)

  • Highly-motivated, with a positive demeanour, punctual and reliable

  • Flexible in approach with the willingness to assist others as required and to work across a 24/7 roster in a variety of departments.

  • Able to perform basic tasks under direct supervision, or under limited supervision  in accordance with strictly defined routines, methods and procedures, while maintaining a sense of pride in quality of achievements

  • At a suitable level of physical fitness and manual dexterity in order to capably handle and move equipment and/or spend extended periods standing / walking considerable distances.

All positions are weekly paid under the provisions of the Adelaide Convention Centre Enterprise Agreement and are inclusive of the following benefits:

  • State of the art equipment and working environment

  • Excellent career path, and ongoing personal and professional development opportunities;

  • Uniform supplied and laundered;

  • Free staff meals when on breaks and

  • Subsidised car parking;

For more information on the benefits of working with the Adelaide Convention Centre please take the time to have a good look around our website.

Position Description - PD Centralised Rostering Level 1-2.pdf (286 kB)
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