- Co-ordinate programmes of work
- Make a difference for the community
- Ensure Building Warrant of Fitness Compliance
Dunedin City Council has set a clear vision for Dunedin to be “One of the World’s Great Small Cities”. This is focused on fostering a city with a thriving economy and a healthy environment with an active, creative, resilient and vibrant community. The City of Dunedin is one of New Zealand’s progressive urban centres with a population of 127,000. Renowned for its outstanding quality of life, heritage buildings and international reputation as a centre for tertiary education, it also has strengths in the primary sector, engineering and tourism.
As a key component in achieving its vision and commitment to the community, Council has committed to a significant programme of investment with both its extensive existing property portfolio and key new facilities. This investment by Council led to a revised structure for the Property Services Team and the creation of a number of new roles, representing an exciting opportunity and not business as usual!
The main outcome for this role will be the implementation of a programme ensuring Council-owned and operated facilities have a current Building Warrant of Fitness, co-ordinating a BWOF renewals programme, and maintaining the system for recording and reporting on building status. Planning and implementing programmes of work such as seismic surveys and electrical testing will also be a function of this role.
Candidates will either be Tertiary qualified or have relevant experience, with a minimum of 5 year’s experience in coordinating and reporting on a range of risk and safety matters. Proven abilities in database & e systems used to track work programmes, and in facilities management is highly desirable.
This represents an exciting opportunity for a property professional to make a difference for the community and build a legacy for the future of Dunedin.
To apply in strict confidence now, email your cover letter and CV to email@example.com quoting 648667ke. Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.
To view a position description please visit the Job Search page at www.sheffield.co.nz.
For more information please phone Mike Stenhouse on +64 3 353 4352 (DDI).