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Culture, Arts and Sport is comprised of business units: Arts Tasmania, Events Tasmania, Screen Tasmania, Sport and Recreation and the Operations and Client Management unit which provides input and support across the division. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the Tasmanian Institute of Sport also sit within this division. Provide expert advice to Senior Officers and Management within the Culture, Arts and Sport Division on budget and business management matters. This includes critical analysis of financial reports; assessment of business information provided in grant applications, expenditure tracking and forecasting of our current and proposed grant and support recipients, ascertaining the eligibility for support, financial viability and veracity of data provided through reporting processes. This role also assists in the formulation and monitoring of division budgets and determines the accuracy of business and financial claims made through grant reporting on product and service offerings in Project Plans and Grant applications. Undertake research, investigation and analysis on our programs and grant performance and provide advice supporting the development and implementation of practical and innovative solutions that address complex business needs and realise efficiencies internally that support the culture, arts and sports sectors in Tasmania.

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Period of Appointment

Appointment to the role is on a fixed-term flexible basis (up to 73.5 hours per fortnight) for 12 months.


Desirable Requirements

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