Full Time, Permanent • Forbes Street, Woolloomooloo
Frontier Touring are looking for an experienced and highly organised Executive Assistant to join the team.
The Executive Assistant role will be integral in providing daily administrative support to the Chief Operating Officer (COO) – Susan Heymann. Responsibilities of the COO include; artist relations, tour deals and tour operations for the Frontier Touring business. The successful candidate must have exceptional attention to detail, be forward thinking and proven ability as a problem solver. The EA will streamline and support the responsibilities of the COO in a fast paced, busy, fun and creative environment. This is a full-time position based in our Sydney offices in Woolloomooloo.
About Frontier Touring…
Frontier Touring, a part of the Mushroom Group, is one of the most highly respected, long-standing and proactive concert promoters in the world. Since its formation in late 1979, Frontier Touring has had a fundamental role in entertaining Australians and New Zealanders.
Frontier Touring prides itself on being a live partner, working with artists from the start of their careers, with the care and effort put into everything from club tours to stadiums. Some of the artists toured by Frontier Touring include – Bruce Springsteen, Ed Sheeran, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Justin Bieber, Foo Fighters, Tame Impala, Billie Eilish, Kylie Minogue, Flume, Florence and The Machine, Midnight Oil, Arctic Monkeys, The Killers and many more.
We are a dedicated team who love live music and working hard to take care of artists and the fans, to make every tour a success and a great experience.
About the role…
The Executive Assistant will play an integral role in providing administrative support to the COO.
In the Frontier Touring Executive, the COO is responsible for areas of the business relating to artist development, securing tour opportunities and tour operations. In this role, the COO maintains key relationships internally and externally, including artist representatives, joint venture partners, internal promoters, festival stakeholders, touring staff and Frontier’s global partners at AEG.
With many and varied responsibilities and communication channels, the EA will be a key relationship to streamline internal communications, manage reporting from various areas of the business, plan and coordinate meetings, calendar management, expense management and travel bookings. As a support to a member of the Executive team other responsibilities include coordinating internal events, supporting HR and recruitment and assisting with company hospitality.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar, high level administrative position or in account management. You will have excellent communication skills, maintain a high level of discretion, be methodical while able to be agile and adapt to changing priorities – as well as having a strong passion and interest for live music.
You will also have strong tech skills and be able to proactively look for ways to improve processes to benefit the COO and wider business. Experience working in the live music industry is highly regarded but not essential.
To apply please submit your resume with a cover letter including some information about what matters to you and why the role is of interest to you.