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Asset Officer

  • 497452
  • Property and Housing
  • Full time permanent

About the Role:

This is a role within the Property & Housing team and is responsible for coordination and administrative activities associated with asset management including property contracts, property management, maintenance requests and maintenance activities.

This role will be responsible for the Central Coast and upper North Shore.

This role is focused on supporting the property team, enabling optimum asset management and maintenance services to be provided in the field.

Key Responsibilities and accountabilities:

  • Working towards the defined priorities and outcomes for the Property & Housing team and your specific areas of accountability
  • Working with your colleagues to understand and apply the translation of Uniting and Business Stream strategies through your regional and/or local plans, thereby ensuring a consistency in service delivery, practice and maximising performance
  • Actively participating in communication to understand and contribute to a One Uniting way of operating
  • Working productively and collaboratively as a positive role model both within your team and with others across Uniting

Your experience ticks the following boxes:

  • Manage work requests from staff and residents through CMMS and phone and triage appropriately
  • Manage work orders to maintenance staff
  • Assign work orders to contractors
  • Ensure a balanced allocation of work assignment to property staff and contractors
  • Follow up work orders with site as required to ensure work is being undertaken in a professional and timely way
  • Ensure electronic filing systems are kept up to date, with reference to documents required to meet regulation and other legislative requirements
  • Manage and maintain other systems and processes including contractor on-line, SharePoint and other document control systems
  • Produce monthly reports on KPI performance for the local Asset Management team
  • Undertake additional duties, transfer to another equivalent position or assume higher duties when required
  • Maintain awareness of and fulfill responsibilities, authorities and accountabilities as defined by Uniting’s health, safety and wellbeing management system and in adherence to the attached WHS responsibilities by role
  • Participate and comply with all quality management systems and processes
  • Be a subject matter expert for the CMMS and other applications
  • Attend BCG, minute and action BCG items
  • Provide back-up support across multiple campuses for other asset officers

 Even better:

  • Experience in Aged Care and/or Retirement Living
  • CMMS experience or knowledge or systems
  • Capacity to show flexibility and innovation

What is in it for you?

You will utilise your extensive experience in your field of expertise.  You will be continuing to develop in your area of expertise and provide innovative ideas to solve problems in your discipline.  You will be developing good skills at navigating a complex organisation and forging relationships.

You will be part of a fun and friendly, professional and supportive team and you will cross train in and benefit from our salary packaging option and we offer a degree of flexibility.

For more information please contact Soraya Kauhiva from the Talent Acquisition team via email skauhiva@uniting.org

Applications Close: Thursday, 23 December 2021.

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a national Police check, working with children check, working with vulnerable people check and reference checks.

At Uniting we believe vaccination to be the best way to keep our employees and clients safe from COVID-19.  We require all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.

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