We are currently seeking a Senior Project Coordinator to join our Asset Management Division.
The Asset Management Division is responsible for leading the strategic and tactical asset planning and management of the Ministry’s properties and other assets. The Ministry has a significant network of 100+ office and Official Residence premises overseas, providing facilities and work environment for staff to conduct the Government’s official business effectively. It also has approximately 250 offshore staff residential properties, assets and posts’ vehicles.
The Senior Project Coordinator is responsible for providing a full range of project and programme coordination and wider AMD Management support and delivery services. This includes developing and delivering documentation management, project compliance, monitoring and reporting, and process improvement functions to ensure that projects and programme are managed according to project and programme management standards and are delivered within the agreed timelines and budgets. They will also provide asset budget administration (capital and operational) support. They will be required to understand and assist in managing the delivery of specific projects as directed.
You must have the following qualifications, skills and experience:
- A tertiary qualification in project management or administration or equivalent experience, preferably with off shore expertise
- Sound track record of at least 3 years project support and delivery across complex, multiple projects
- Experience coordinating construction projects and vendor relationships
- Expertise in project management systems and approaches (e.g. Prince 2) would be desired and an advantage
- Strong computer literacy including Microsoft Word, Excel and Project and other related productivity tools
You must be a New Zealand citizen and be able to obtain and maintain an appropriate NZ Government Security clearance to apply.
To apply for this position please complete an application form and submit with your CV and covering letter by 12 noon Tuesday 24 October.