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.
The Director Assets & Parklands has a strategic role in the planning, management and safe operation of the Harbour Trust’s built assets and lands. They are responsible for the delivery of capital projects, long-term asset management plans, lifting the asset condition across the life cycle of the Harbour Trust’s built assets, the efficient operation of the management of the maintenance program for all Trust buildings and associated assets.
In addition, they are responsible for the maintenance and management of the lands. They are also responsible for the Ranger program. This role is part of the Harbour Trust’s Executive assisting in formulating the strategic and operational plans of the Trust.
Contract Management – Project and Facilities Management
Australian citizenship or the ability to work in Australia is essential, and a Police Check will be conducted prior to commencement.
Applications close on Friday 13th December 2019 and should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Reporting to the CEO, ideally the Development Adviser will be a senior consultant with their own established Company structure. It is anticipated that this role will be a 6 month term role which is additional to our current resourcing level.
The role will involve driving the establishment and implementation of two key projects (Platypus Stage 2 and Headland Park 10 Terminal) in their initial phase including:
This role will require a minimum of 15 years’ experience, preferably in commercial development. Relevant experience in property development, placemaking, construction, program management also highly regarded.
This role will require fixed attendance in the office one day per week, with flexibility regarding availability on other day/s. A Police Check will be conducted prior to commencement.
Applications close on 23rd December 2019 and should be forwarded to email@example.com. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Reporting to the CEO, the key focus for the Senior WHS Manager will be responsible for WHS matters across the across various Harbour Trust sites and areas of WHS risk. It is anticipated that this role will be a fulltime 12 month term role which is additional to our current resourcing level.
This is a senior role however will require a “hands on” approach. With relevant formal qualifications in WHS your ability to effectively communicate, problem solve, and build credible relationships at all levels within the business will be critical to your success. As important will be confidence in your own ability, a strong customer service focus, goal orientation and motivation.
This role will have overaching responsibility for WHS across the Harbour Trust. This may include:
To be successful in this role you will have:
A Police Check will be conducted prior to commencement.
Applications close on 18th December 2019 and should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.