Property Portfolio Managerat Department of Conservation
Department of Conservation
Wellington, NZ
2d ago
source : New Zealand Government Jobs

About the Role

These roles supports the effective and efficient management of the Department's property portfolio ensuring that Te Papa Atawhai has quality environments as part of a well-managed and sustainable portfolio.

The key accountabilities are :

  • Contribute to the strategic planning processes by identifying opportunities to achieve efficiencies and look for systems s and continuous improvement opportunities
  • Provide advice and information to internal and external stakeholders to ensure the effective and efficient management of DOC's property portfolio
  • Develop, implement and maintain policies, processes and systems to ensure a consistent and effective approach to property management
  • Ensure the Department property portfolio meets legal and regulatory compliance
  • He kōrero mōu : What we are looking for

    These roles call for property professionals who are keen to add value to the work we do and be part of a high performing team.

    Please see the individual role descriptions for full details specific to each role. To be a part of the newly formed Property team, you will have proven relationship management experience, along with a strong track record and experience with negotiating and dealing with suppliers.

    In addition, you will bring :

  • A relevant qualification or experience in property, business, asset management, valuation or related fields
  • Proven experience and achievement in corporate real estate, administration, and building management and maintenance systems and processes
  • A demonstrated strong customer and people centric focus
  • Awareness and understanding of relevant property legislation and regulations
  • Understanding of risk identification, analysis and management
  • Proven ability to plan and organise work to meet timeframes, and show you are comfortable working with ambiguity
  • Demonstrated evidence of using initiative, able to anticipate and solve problems and an independent judgement to deal with critical tasks
  • Current full driving licence
  • Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory this includes holding a valid work visa that covers the whole period of employment.

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