Construction & Innovation - The Construction and Innovation Group supports Kāinga Ora to grow its public and supported housing portfolio through the design and development of high quality homes that meet the needs of the community now and in the future, and by driving innovation across the construction sector.
The Development Manager
Will support the Senior Development Manager in project feasibility and business case development, and will then lead and maintain oversight of progress of works and associated budget control for build ready sites.
This includes ongoing engagement and liaison with the project management team, key stakeholders, community, contractors / consultants and build partners.
The Development Manager will be responsible for projects that are less complex, whether that complexity is due to the value of the project or the scale of the project or programme of work.
Ngā pūmanawatanga ōu - What you will bring
Tertiary qualification in Property Development, Property Financing, Project Management, Engineering or other relevant discipline
Significant relevant experience in a similar role, generally 5-10 years
Experience in feasibility and financial project planning
Experience in managing, reviewing & coordinating the performance and outputs of consultant teams
Experience in engaging with and co-ordinating teams of consultants, contractors and professionals through all phases of civil construction projects
Experience with procurement processes, including the preparation of RFPs and screening tenders
Experience navigating and operating in a regulated environment, experience working constructively across functions and track record of building and maintaining the trust of all stakeholders
Experience in undertaking site visits and providing SME support and advice
Experience in preparing and presenting business cases to senior leadership / Boards
Knowledge of local property market sales and rental values, to test feasibility against
Hands on understanding of Council consenting processes
Experience in providing direction & governance to a project management team
Understanding of the entire design and build process including contracts under 3190, minor works, civil works and retrofit
Proven ability to manage the provisions of legal agreements
Up to date recognised Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2, would be beneficial
Demonstrated ability to effectively resolve challenges and problems
Understanding of partnership obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi and experience in working with Iwi and Māori organisations
Nōu te rourou - What's in it for you?
We offer competitive salaries, five weeks' annual leave and a benefits package including a range of insurances, flexible working arrangements and career development.
These benefits are described in more detail here .
As a Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities employee, we want to make sure that you have all the tools and support you need.
We want to ensure you are healthy and have work-life balance. We also want to support and grow your personal and career development through on-the-job learning, training courses, secondments and study opportunities.
Ō Tātou Uara - Our Values
Our values were developed by us, for us. They unite us as an organisation and guide how we work every day. Our values are :
Manaakitanga - People at the Heart
Mahi Tahi - Better Together
Whanake - Be Bold