|Job title :||Principal Advisor - Strategy & Planning (Asset Management)|
|Job type :||Permanent or Full Time|
|Job reference :||1444251|
Redland City Council is a progressive local government organisation, situated on the naturally wonderful Redlands Coast near Brisbane, home to the crystal blue waters of Southern Moreton Bay with 335km of coastline, beautiful hinterland and coastal villages. The region enjoys a strong heritage, connections to the oldest living culture on Earth, with island gems just a short hop from Brisbane. With a current population of almost 160,000 and strong population growth forecasts, the Council is forward thinking, engaged and focussed on enriching community lifestyles operating under the four principles of sustainability of balancing decisions through consideration of environmental, community, economic and governance impacts.
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About the Position
The Principal Advisor Strategy and Planning is a key senior role in Council’s Facilities team, providing high level advice on facilities management strategy, planning and performance. The role leads and manages the activities relating to Facilities Services strategic, operational, asset management and financial planning frameworks.
The role will take ownership of Strategic Asset Management Planning for what is a large and diverse asset portfolio. The role will focus on building a long-term detailed asset structure to enable more effective, proactive decision-making for the facilities portfolio. It will lead and manage the Buildings Condition Assessment Program to ensure the Asset and Service Management Plan (ASMP) and the Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) provide comprehensive data on the state of all Council's building's structures and associated plant, equipment and systems.
About the Person
You are a highly experienced facilities asset management professional, with a track record of building and delivering strategic asset management planning, building condition assessment programs and have a demonstrated understanding of facilities maintenance in a multi-site environment.
Given the broad and complex operating environment and asset base at Council, you will be adept at building strong rapport with stakeholders across an organisation, providing effective advice to customers as a subject matter expert. You will be excited by an opportunity to drive improvements and play a key role in delivering best-practice, effective and proactive strategies.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Tim Wallis on 0439 817 992 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note applications will close at 5pm on Tuesday, 21st November but we encourage applicants to submit their application as early as possible.