Waipā District Council has a reputation for being the 'Home of Champions' - and with good reason. Look back over the past ten years at how our district has flourished into a central North-Island hub for people to live, work and play.
Well, the next ten years are going to be just as busy, with significant growth, and incredibly exciting projects occurring district-wide.
With growth comes opportunities, and we have an opportunity for an experienced and knowledgeable facilities management star to add their technical and analytical expertise to our Property Team.
We are seeking an experienced and savvy Property Advisor to deliver high quality operational facilities and project management for Council occupied premises.
Reporting to the Manager Property Services, you will be the complete professional and have a good understanding of the building Act and experience in facilities and commercial property and project management.
As you will be managing your own property portfolio and developing value for money solutions to challenging property matters, you will ideally have at least three to five years' experience providing facility management services across a multi-sites portfolio, in addition to the skill and expertise to interpret contracts and manage the finances.
However, we will strongly consider applications with transferable skills from property / facilities / maintenance / trades backgrounds at a range of experience levels from junior / intermediate / senior.
Training can be provided to those with a keen willingness to learn and a commitment to develop and grow in the role.
As a contributor to executive and council reports and project meetings, excellent written and verbal communication skills are necessary.
Health and safety is paramount at Waipā and you must be able to demonstrate an awareness of health and safety requirements.
If you take on this challenging and diverse job opportunity tomorrow you will be working with a team passionate about the Waipā community and achieving exceptional results.
With Waipā seeing such growth and investment, why wouldn't you make the move?