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    Opportunity for a Facilities Contract Manager to join NSW Government!

    • Opportunity to work in a unique environment, based in Sydney CBD
    • Full-time, permanent position for an experienced Facilities Contract Manager
    • Clerk Grade 7/8 - Salary between $102,403 - $110,064 per annum + super

    The role

    As Facilities Contract Manager, your role will be to support the Senior Manager, Physical Infrastructure in coordinating and delivering a diverse range of facilities and contract management services. This will include making sure compliance with all codes and regulations, meeting service requirements, providing value for money and ensuring a safe and secure work environment for all building occupants and visitors.

    Main responsibilities will include:

    • Plan and deliver a diverse range of facility refurbishments/upgrades and building services, accommodation/relocation related projects to maintain continuity of operations, minimise disruption to organisational activities and continually improve the sustainability of building operations.
    • Inspect and assess all elements of building services on a regular basis, identify hazards and manage the regular maintenance and rectification of problems to ensure the safety of the site, compliance with Workplace Health and Safety and other regulatory and policy requirements.
    • Administer building services, review and approve contractor work plans and maintenance contracts to provide routine and emergency breakdown repair management for all site services, including developing and maintaining cooperative and productive working relationships, to ensure high levels of service provision, compliance with contract conditions and to resolve issues in a timely manner.
    • Manage the procurement of service delivery contracts including Requests for Tender processes in accordance with NSW government procurement procedures and probity principles to support the day-to-day operations of the site for building services and maintenance.
    • Assist with asset life cycle scoping to underpin the effective planning of maintenance activities, including heritage requirements. Systematically maintain asset records, ensuring that they are securely filed and accessible, especially records relating to hazardous materials, major plant and equipment, project plans and drawings and major incidents.
    • Develop and maintain cooperative and productive working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders and negotiate, liaise and report on project related progress and issues in a timely manner.
    • Provide advice and information to stakeholders on emerging everyday and project issues to support delivery of services in line with established plans, budgets, timeframes, policy objectives and other project and priorities.

    The successful candidate

    • Engineering/Trade background (HVAC is a bonus)
    • Knowledge of relevant WHS legislation and principles
    • Full NSW Drivers License
    • Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident

    To Apply

    • A current resume
    • A one page cover letter outlining how your skills and experiences make you a suitable candidate for this role.

    At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    Opportunity for a Facilities Contract Manager to join NSW Government!

    • Opportunity to work in a unique environment, based in Sydney CBD
    • Full-time, permanent position for an experienced Facilities Contract Manager
    • Clerk Grade 7/8 - Salary between $102,403 - $110,064 per annum + super

    The role

    As Facilities Contract Manager, your role will be to support the Senior Manager, Physical Infrastructure in coordinating and delivering a diverse range of facilities and contract management services. This will include making sure compliance with all codes and regulations, meeting service requirements, providing value for money and ensuring a safe and secure work environment for all building occupants and visitors.

    Main responsibilities will include:

    • Plan and deliver a diverse range of facility refurbishments/upgrades and building services, accommodation/relocation related projects to maintain continuity of operations, minimise disruption to organisational activities and continually improve the sustainability of building operations.
    • Inspect and assess all elements of building services on a regular basis, identify hazards and manage the regular maintenance and rectification of problems to ensure the safety of the site, compliance with Workplace Health and Safety and other regulatory and policy requirements.
    • Administer building services, review and approve contractor work plans and maintenance contracts to provide routine and emergency breakdown repair management for all site services, including developing and maintaining cooperative and productive working relationships, to ensure high levels of service provision, compliance with contract conditions and to resolve issues in a timely manner.
    • Manage the procurement of service delivery contracts including Requests for Tender processes in accordance with NSW government procurement procedures and probity principles to support the day-to-day operations of the site for building services and maintenance.
    • Assist with asset life cycle scoping to underpin the effective planning of maintenance activities, including heritage requirements. Systematically maintain asset records, ensuring that they are securely filed and accessible, especially records relating to hazardous materials, major plant and equipment, project plans and drawings and major incidents.
    • Develop and maintain cooperative and productive working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders and negotiate, liaise and report on project related progress and issues in a timely manner.
    • Provide advice and information to stakeholders on emerging everyday and project issues to support delivery of services in line with established plans, budgets, timeframes, policy objectives and other project and priorities.

    The successful candidate

    • Engineering/Trade background (HVAC is a bonus)
    • Knowledge of relevant WHS legislation and principles
    • Full NSW Drivers License
    • Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident

    To Apply

    • A current resume
    • A one page cover letter outlining how your skills and experiences make you a suitable candidate for this role.

    At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.