Current Positions

Thank you for your interest in working with our fantastic team at the South Australian Tourism Commission.

For information on how to apply for a role with us, have a look at the help sheet.

Available positions are listed below. 

Insights and Brand Manager

 With sights firmly set on the strategic potential of $8b in tourism expenditure by 2020, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is an organisation that will play a key role in the state’s economic future with tourism having been identified as one of the future growth sectors for the South Australian economy.  With a diverse workforce of just over 100 staff, SATC operates in a relatively flat organisational structure that enables it to be nimble and agile. 

The Insights and Brand Manager role has a dual function, providing strategic insights for the Marketing & Communications team whilst also being the key brand custodian of our tourism brand.

The insights component of the role is responsible for sourcing, analysing and interpreting relevant data to provide key insights to improve SATC’s marketing and communications activities. This role recommends methods for data collection, analytics, and consumer group testing, and provides consultative support to various members of the Marketing group to use best marketing insight to drive change and devise strategic approaches.

The role is also responsible for ensuring brand integrity is maintained across all marketing and communications outputs in addition to managing and maintaining control of all consumer facing messages across all channels.

Some key areas of responsibility include: 

  • Strategic insight and interpretation such as undertaking analysis & interpretation of tracked data, based on requirements of the Marketing team and marketing campaigns.
  • Strategic support such as monitoring and providing advice to the Director of Marketing on tourism related trends and issues.
  • Brand development, including responsibility for maintaining the integrity of SATC marketing brand across all outputs, including advertising, printed materials and creative services, content, media gallery and photography.
  • Managing a team of two direct reports

The role will be offered as a three (3) year contract and subject to six (6) months’ probation and participation in regular performance reviews.  A salary commensurate with experience plus superannuation will be offered. 

Enquiries and applications are to be directed to Jessica Mason, People and Culture Advisor at the South Australian Tourism Commission via employment@sa.gov.au or on 8463 4513. 

Position_Description_Insights_and_Brand_Manager.pdf

Applications close: 9am, Monday, May 15th 2017.

 The South Australian Tourism Commission is an equal opportunity employer, and candidates with an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background are encouraged to apply. 

Web (Digital) Developer

 With sights firmly set on the strategic potential of $8b in tourism expenditure by 2020, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is an organisation that will play a key role in the state’s economic future with tourism having been identified as one of the future growth sectors for the South Australian economy.  With a diverse workforce of just over 100 staff, SATC operates in a fairly flat organisational structure that enables it to be nimble and agile. 

The Web Developer is responsible for the production of innovative technical solutions and contributes to the effective operation of SATC’s digital marketing platforms including websites and applications, and provides strategic and creative input as well as development and support.

A minimum of three years’ experience in web application development projects using ASP.Net, C# is essential to the role, as is experience in web-based application development and management including Sitecore Enterprise content management system. 

More broadly, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Application development using online social media systems, Google maps, online collaboration tools.
  • User interaction design.
  • SA Government ICT standards
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
  • Brand South Australia
  • Technical Platform Support and Maintenance
  • HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap, AJAX, RSS, SQL, Windows Server OS.
  • Advice, Monitoring and Planning
  • High level customer service

The role will be offered as a three (3) year contract and subject to six (6) months probation and participation in regular performance reviews.  A salary commensurate with experience plus superannuation will be offered.

Web_Developer_-_Position_Description_-_April_2017.pdf

Enquiries can be directed to Josh Smith at the South Australian Tourism Commission via employment@sa.gov.au or 8463 4638. 

A resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for the position can be directed to Jessica Mason, People and Culture Advisor at the South Australian Tourism Commission via employment@sa.gov.au 

Applications close: 5pm May 3rd 2017

The South Australian Tourism Commission is an equal opportunity employer, and candidates with an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background are encouraged to apply. 


Manager, Infrastructure and Investment

 With sights firmly set on the strategic potential of $8b in tourism expenditure by 2020, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is an organisation that will play a key role in the state’s economic future with tourism having been identified as one of the future growth sectors for the South Australian economy.  With a diverse workforce of just over 100 staff, SATC operates in a fairly flat organisational structure that enables it to be nimble and agile. 

The Manager - Infrastructure and Investment works within the Destination Development team which is responsible for developing more appealing and accessible experiences based on our state’s inherent tourism strengths. The team also works to grow cruise visitation to South Australian ports as well as supporting and increasing services from international and domestic airlines.

The team is responsible for the implementation of initiatives that generate new and refreshed tourism experiences and infrastructure; and facilitating investment opportunities for tourism developments in South Australia.  

The primary focus of the Manager - Infrastructure and Investment is to:

  • Build relationships with key stakeholders and operators that assist in identifying and securing tourism investment opportunities within South Australia
  • Work with relevant industry partners and other government agencies to present tourism investment opportunities
  • Facilitate relationships between project developers and potential investors 
  • Provide advice, tourism data and guidance to assist tourism developments 
  • Encourage a positive environment for investment and infrastructure development in South Australia

This rare opportunity with the South Australian Tourism Commission requires applicants who have the ability to adapt their approach to suit changing requirements in a variety of situations, and takes action to achieve objectives beyond what is required. 

The role will be offered as a three (3) year contract and subject to six (6) months’ probation and participation in regular performance reviews.  A salary commensurate with experience plus superannuation will be offered.

Position_Description_-_Manager_Infrastructure_and_Investment_-_April_2017.pdf

A resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role can be directed to Jessica Mason, People and Culture Advisor at the South Australian Tourism Commission via employment@sa.gov.au   

Applications close: 9am, 8 May, 2017. 

The South Australian Tourism Commission is an equal opportunity employer, and candidates with an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background are encouraged to apply. 


Destination Development Coordinator

With sights firmly set on the strategic potential of $8b in tourism expenditure by 2020, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is an organisation that will play a key role in the state’s economic future with tourism having been identified as one of the future growth sectors for the South Australian economy.  With a diverse workforce of just over 100 staff, SATC operates in a relatively flat organisational structure that enables it to be nimble and agile. 

Reporting to the Manager - Experience and Product Development, the Destination Development Coordinator will primarily provide administrative and project support to the Experience, Infrastructure and Investment unit. Additional support will be provided to other Units within the Destination Development Group as required including the drafting and coordination of Ministerial briefings. 

Key Responsibilities of this role will include: 

  • Tourism Project Coordination 
  • Preparing content for ministerial responses and briefings for the wider Destination Development Group.
  • Prepare monthly board report content with accurate KPI measurements as required. 
  • Industry Development and Relationships 
  • Assist in projects dealing with the SATC’s relationship with Regional Local Contact Persons and Local Government.
  • Liaison with external Regional Marketing Managers in relation to business development workshops, industry resources and tools, and regional experience and infrastructure development projects.
  • Coordinate travel bookings including domestic and international travel (coordinating paperwork for Visa’s, finance, filing and record keeping).
  • Set up meetings, agendas and take minutes as required including team meetings.
  • Proof read and edit promotional materials for publications.
  • Prepare PowerPoint presentations, bid documentation and other documents as required.
  • Manage day to day enquiries for the group when required and coordinate and prepare responses on behalf of the team.

This exciting opportunity requires someone with excellent written and verbal communication skills, experience in a similar administrative capacity, and highly developed time management. A proven track record in customer service and relationship building will be considered favourably.

The role will be offered as a three (3) year contract and subject to six (6) months probation and participation in regular performance reviews.  A salary commensurate with experience plus superannuation will be offered. 

Position_Description_-_Destination_Development_Coordinator_-_April_2017.pdf

A resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role can be directed to Jessica Mason, People and Culture Advisor at the South Australian Tourism Commission via employment@sa.gov.au  

Applications close: 9am, 8 May, 2017. 

The South Australian Tourism Commission is an equal opportunity employer, and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply. 


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