Then consider working for the Harbour Trust. By striking a balance between innovation, environmental protection, community expectations and heritage conservation, we seek to leave a lasting legacy for all Australians; namely, a network of vibrant public domains where visitors can enjoy unique experiences.
Career opportunities with our organisation include positions in environmental management, marketing and communications, planning, project management, business development, and property management.
As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, mature age people, people from diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.
Note: The Harbour Trust does not accept unsolicited employment applications. When a job vacancy becomes available, it will be listed on the job board below or advertised on online job marketplaces, either by the Harbour Trust or by appointed recruitment agencies.
Currently, there are two vacancies at the Harbour Trust. Scroll down for details....
The Heritage Architect/Project Manager (Executive Level 1) will develop and manage Capital Works and Operational projects, requiring project planning, relationship management, and resource negotiation to support the strategic, operational and heritage objectives of the Trust.
Essential (Qualifications, attributes, skills and knowledge)
Applications close on Friday 1 October 2021. Salary range $108,336 to $120,376 plus 10% superannuation. Applicants should send their resume and letter addressing the criteria to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
The Building & Site Services Manager is responsible for managing the General Maintenance, Facilities Management, Grounds Maintenance, & (Small Works) Building Functions at the Harbour Trust. The portfolio under management includes around 400 heritage buildings and structures within 7 parkland sites.
The team under your management (and associated contractors) have responsibility for:
This role will see you; Managing the Maintenance, Bush Regeneration, Facilities and (Small Works) Building operations; optimise efficiency and value; and provide high levels of service to the Harbour Trust, our Tenants, and the visiting public.
Reporting to Director Asset & Parklands your duties will include:
Essential (Attributes, skills and knowledge):
Related qualifications in Building or Facilities management, together with an associated professional industry affiliations and competencies
This role is paid at an EL2 level with a salary range of $124,953 to $146,398 plus 10% superannuation. Potential candidates should address the key attributes skills and knowledge, attach their resume and forward their application to email@example.com. Applications close 5pm on Friday 17 October 2021. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.