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Project Coordinator

Job details

Organisation
Pukeko Pictures
Closes
13 Jul 2018
Region
Wellington
Work type
Contract
Work classification
Culture & Heritage, Management & Admin

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LBE (Location Based Experiences) Project Coordinator
Pukeko Pictures, Wellington, New Zealand

Summary: 

Project Coordinator: 
Salary
: By Negotiation 
Duration: 18 months - possible extensions to follow. 
Commencement in role: As soon as possible. 
Application Closing Date: Friday July 13. 
Based: Wellington, New Zealand 
Application Requirements: Please submit CV and Cover Letter to james.day@pukekopictures.com 

Goals
• Provide project coordination support for Pukeko Pictures’ work on the TCM
(Traditional Chinese Medicine) Museum project in Zhuhai, China. The project
runs over 2018 and 2019, and requires regular travel to China.
• Support the work of the Pukeko Pictures CEO in China.
• Coordination of the Pukeko Pictures TCM Zhuhai team’s work with partners.

Key Responsibilities
Project Coordination support for TCM Zhuhai project
• Undertake project management and project coordination work to support
the Pukeko Pictures team working on the TCM Zhuhai project. The team’s
work is specifically focused on the development of content, through to text
and scripts. Of particular importance are:
- Coordination support for the Head of Content and Interpretation.
- Coordination of work between Pukeko’s content team and the designers
at Weta Workshop in Wellington, and Shambala in China.
- Confident advocacy for content development, and its relationship to
design, at all project meetings.
- Planning and coordinating major project trips to China.
- Chairing and participating in project working sessions in China.
- Ensuring that China working sessions are minuted and actions agreed.
- Regular liaison with the China Project Director and wider Shambala
team.

Support CEO’s work in China
• Support the work of the Pukeko Pictures CEO in China.
Of particular importance are;
- The contracts for developing new LBEs, and how these must
pragmatically reflect the development process for new attractions
and museums etc.
- Fast and accurate documentation of meeting discussions, minutes,
and actions. Conversion of material into Gantt charts and other
project formats.
- Applying a broad understanding of museum and attraction
development processes to all discussions with Chinese partners and
suppliers.
- Developing an appropriate rapport with our partner Shambala, and
with clients. This is with the objective of ensuring a creative but
controlled process of LBE development.
- Close liaison with the LBE development team in New Zealand.
- Being available for very regular travel and work in China.

How to apply

Please email CV and Cover Letter to James Day at james.day@pukekopictures.com 

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Pukeko Pictures

22 Jun 2018