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      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Assistant Development ManagerThe Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects in the Land and Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Assistant Development Manager is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline;2-3 years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or email Louise de Gier - louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      Assistant Development ManagerThe Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects in the Land and Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Assistant Development Manager is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline;2-3 years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or email Louise de Gier - louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Assistant Development ManagerThe Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects in the Land and Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Assistant Development Manager is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline;2-3 years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or email Louise de Gier - louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      Assistant Development ManagerThe Company:Our client is a well-established developer, currently working on an array of diverse projects in the Land and Residential space. The company is continuing to experience strong growth across Victoria, with recognised projects and development strategies in place. This rare opportunity has just opened up to join the team across a major development. This company offers a fantastic culture that is social, friendly and focused on their people.The Role:To support the continued growth of the company a highly experienced Assistant Development Manager is required. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will work across the full development life cycle from acquisition through to delivery. Duties and responsibilities will include:Support financial analysis and feasibility modelling, forecasting and cost management.Contract preparation/management, PO and invoice processing in line with budget.Assisting the team to achieve all necessary planning and other approvals timely.Participating in meetings and preparing documents/reports etc as required.Building and managing key stakeholder relationships effectively both internally and externally.Supporting the team to meet all internal/external legal and compliance requirements.Monitoring in the management of developments from concept through to completion.Take ownership of distinct elements of the design, planning and delivery process.Negotiations with relevant authorities.Supporting the Sales and Marketing team to prepare for events.Qualification, Skills & Experience:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline;2-3 years experience in a similar role (preferably within Land and Residential projects)Strong stakeholder management capabilities - Internal & External, ie local councilsAbility to prepare cost estimates for land development projectsProven ability to deliver within time and budgetary controlsAttention to detail and strong desire for delivery of quality developmentsStrong drive and ambition to drive multiple projects through full project life cycleBenefits & Culture:A tertiary qualification in Property Economics, Town Planning, Engineering, Property or related discipline.Prior experience in a similar role (preferably within land development).Good influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to build and strengthen key stakeholder relationships.A can-do positive attitude and willingness to get involved and learn.Strong problem solving and analytical capability.Good verbal and written communication skills.You will also be results driven and enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative one team environment.An autonomous role with accountability and a flat management structure where you will have direct access to the senior executive team. Great work culture and a high performing teamStrong training and developmentExcellent mentors with clear career progressionCompetitive salary package for the right candidateHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or email Louise de Gier - louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Development Manager The CompanyOur client is a prestigious developer with a wide range of mixed-use projects across residential apartments, commercial and retail in Australia.The company is dedicated, passionate and strives for excellence by producing luxurious places to live. Due to ongoing growth and a strong pipeline of high-end projects the company is now looking for a Development Manager to join the lively, and progressive culture.The RoleYou will be responsible and accountable for the success of individual development projects. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will have a strong ability to work autonomously, whilst adding value to a collaborative team. Responsibles:Get involved from the beginning of a project and feasibility, all the way to the delivery of the developmentManage the project from planning through to project completion and ensure the development is completed to high qualityProvide leadership and own aspects of your projects to ensure they exceed feasibility financials and drive the development process in line with the approved programManage external stakeholders for the project including partners, local council, consultants and customers Oversea and report to key risks and opportunities on the projectLiaise and work closely with internal marketing and sales teams About youBachelor degree in Property, Construction, Engineering or a relevant discipline.At least 2-3 years experience as Development Management, with experience of the full life cycle of delivering projectsProven experience in design and construction management, development of feasibility modelling and negotiations with various partnersDisplay great communication and leaderships skillsCapable of decision making, with the ability to work autonomously and in a small team environment.Highly capable and flexible to work on multiple projects across various business units.Strong commercial acumen and commercial sensitivityAbility to work collaboratively with various teams to ensure a seamless transition of oversight during the life cycle of projectsBenefits Strong career development opportunitiesCompetitive SalaryA lively, and progressive cultureOpportunity to work for a leading luxurious development companyHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      Development Manager The CompanyOur client is a prestigious developer with a wide range of mixed-use projects across residential apartments, commercial and retail in Australia.The company is dedicated, passionate and strives for excellence by producing luxurious places to live. Due to ongoing growth and a strong pipeline of high-end projects the company is now looking for a Development Manager to join the lively, and progressive culture.The RoleYou will be responsible and accountable for the success of individual development projects. Reporting to the Senior Development Manager, you will have a strong ability to work autonomously, whilst adding value to a collaborative team. Responsibles:Get involved from the beginning of a project and feasibility, all the way to the delivery of the developmentManage the project from planning through to project completion and ensure the development is completed to high qualityProvide leadership and own aspects of your projects to ensure they exceed feasibility financials and drive the development process in line with the approved programManage external stakeholders for the project including partners, local council, consultants and customers Oversea and report to key risks and opportunities on the projectLiaise and work closely with internal marketing and sales teams About youBachelor degree in Property, Construction, Engineering or a relevant discipline.At least 2-3 years experience as Development Management, with experience of the full life cycle of delivering projectsProven experience in design and construction management, development of feasibility modelling and negotiations with various partnersDisplay great communication and leaderships skillsCapable of decision making, with the ability to work autonomously and in a small team environment.Highly capable and flexible to work on multiple projects across various business units.Strong commercial acumen and commercial sensitivityAbility to work collaboratively with various teams to ensure a seamless transition of oversight during the life cycle of projectsBenefits Strong career development opportunitiesCompetitive SalaryA lively, and progressive cultureOpportunity to work for a leading luxurious development companyHow to apply:If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, simply hit the ‘apply now’ tab on the advert, or call Louise de Gier (0449 238 663) or email louise.degier@randstad.com.au to discuss your suitability.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.
      • wyong, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Local Central Coast Property BusinessDynamic team with a positive team cultureExciting Opportunity to play a key role in the Property Business We’ve partnered with a local Real Estate and Asset Management organisation based on the Central Coast. With new partnerships and further growth on the horizon, this business is looking to appoint a Property Manager to maintain customer relationships.The role:As a Property Manager, you will be responsible for liaising with tenants and property owners for all lease related matters. With a supportive and well equipped administrative team on board, you will be solely focused on looking after your property portfolio.What you’ll need to succeed:To truly thrive in this position, you will hold highly developed skills in Property Leasing Management gained through your experience working in a similar role. You have a pro-active, collaborative approach with excellent communication and interpersonal skills to build and maintain relationships at all levels. You will Maintain a high level of service to tenants, owners and anyone you come in contact with displaying the company values.In addition, you will have;Real Estate LicenceCurrent Driver’s licence and reliable carMinimum 2 years experience in a similar roleExposure to Property ME or a similar systemImpeccable time management skills Be flexible and able to multitask in a fast paced environment Energy and a great sense of humour In return:You will be rewarded for your hard work and dedication with extra incentives for going above and beyond in your role . You will feel right at home with a supportive environment that boasts positive and flexible team culture.What next: If you feel this is the opportunity for you, please follow the links to apply uploading a resume and cover letter addressing the criteria. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Celia on (02) 4032 7310 or email celia.luis@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Local Central Coast Property BusinessDynamic team with a positive team cultureExciting Opportunity to play a key role in the Property Business We’ve partnered with a local Real Estate and Asset Management organisation based on the Central Coast. With new partnerships and further growth on the horizon, this business is looking to appoint a Property Manager to maintain customer relationships.The role:As a Property Manager, you will be responsible for liaising with tenants and property owners for all lease related matters. With a supportive and well equipped administrative team on board, you will be solely focused on looking after your property portfolio.What you’ll need to succeed:To truly thrive in this position, you will hold highly developed skills in Property Leasing Management gained through your experience working in a similar role. You have a pro-active, collaborative approach with excellent communication and interpersonal skills to build and maintain relationships at all levels. You will Maintain a high level of service to tenants, owners and anyone you come in contact with displaying the company values.In addition, you will have;Real Estate LicenceCurrent Driver’s licence and reliable carMinimum 2 years experience in a similar roleExposure to Property ME or a similar systemImpeccable time management skills Be flexible and able to multitask in a fast paced environment Energy and a great sense of humour In return:You will be rewarded for your hard work and dedication with extra incentives for going above and beyond in your role . You will feel right at home with a supportive environment that boasts positive and flexible team culture.What next: If you feel this is the opportunity for you, please follow the links to apply uploading a resume and cover letter addressing the criteria. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Celia on (02) 4032 7310 or email celia.luis@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$60,300 - AU$60,300, per year, Plus Super
      • full-time
      Your New RoleJoin this global business who specialises in providing facility services to high-end clientele in the Sydney CBD. As the Facilities Coordinator, you will coordinate and manage the timely delivery of routine maintenance services for one of the Big 4 Banks! This role has work from home flexibility.Key ResponsibilitiesReceive maintenance requests via phone and emailAssign work orders to contractorsProvide regular updates on the status of the jobRaise Purchase orders, invoice and reporting Answer any escalated property issues and complaints Maintain a high level of client management and liaison at all times Skills and ExperienceExperience in Property, Facilities, Maintenance, Building, Customer Service, Call Centre or Service Coordinator rolesWork on a rotating roster Monday - Saturday Ability to work in a fast-paced environmentProficiency in using MO Suite (Word, Excel). JDE and SAP experience are highly desired. What’s in it for you?Career progression and development opportunitiesExtensive training providedLocated in a modern office in Sydney CBD, close to transport and shopsWork for a global companyJoin a supportive and inclusive teamWork closely with one of the Big 4 Banks!If this sounds like you, APPLY NOW, or for a confidential discussion, please email Vivienne Baez on Vivienne.Baez@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Your New RoleJoin this global business who specialises in providing facility services to high-end clientele in the Sydney CBD. As the Facilities Coordinator, you will coordinate and manage the timely delivery of routine maintenance services for one of the Big 4 Banks! This role has work from home flexibility.Key ResponsibilitiesReceive maintenance requests via phone and emailAssign work orders to contractorsProvide regular updates on the status of the jobRaise Purchase orders, invoice and reporting Answer any escalated property issues and complaints Maintain a high level of client management and liaison at all times Skills and ExperienceExperience in Property, Facilities, Maintenance, Building, Customer Service, Call Centre or Service Coordinator rolesWork on a rotating roster Monday - Saturday Ability to work in a fast-paced environmentProficiency in using MO Suite (Word, Excel). JDE and SAP experience are highly desired. What’s in it for you?Career progression and development opportunitiesExtensive training providedLocated in a modern office in Sydney CBD, close to transport and shopsWork for a global companyJoin a supportive and inclusive teamWork closely with one of the Big 4 Banks!If this sounds like you, APPLY NOW, or for a confidential discussion, please email Vivienne Baez on Vivienne.Baez@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$49.74 - AU$54.53 per hour
      • full-time
      Our client is a Queensland State Government department who are focused on improving the lives of our residents by increasing social, economic and digital inclusion. Working within a strong and committed property team, you will assist in providing property expertise and administrative support to the department. Duties: Assist by providing timely and well researched property information relevant to strategic decisionsAssist in the preparation of the monthly and periodic business reports and ensure they are collated and delivered on timeWork cooperatively with a range of internal and external stakeholders to assist with the delivery of timely property reviewsAssist in the coordination and collection of data, advice and/or opinion from a range of external sources related to technical, professional, valuation or town planningApply understanding of the property information sourcedContribute to the sourcing of land for capital delivery requirements including acquisition of land, development or redevelopment of existing holdingsUnderstand the impacts of planning scheme on the department’s property portfolio identifying redevelopment opportunities aligned with departmental strategic and regional asset management plans, precinct plans and property market conditionsConduct property market research and analysis to inform decision making and the provision of advice to stakeholders and management in relation to efficient management of the portfolioPrepare correspondence, briefings, reports, information papers and submissions, and other relevant documentation as required Skills & Experience:Tertiary qualification in Property EconomicsStrong understanding of property matters, preferably including town planning and site due diligence It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. How to Apply:If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your resume and cover letter.If you have any queries, please contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 or Clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is a Queensland State Government department who are focused on improving the lives of our residents by increasing social, economic and digital inclusion. Working within a strong and committed property team, you will assist in providing property expertise and administrative support to the department. Duties: Assist by providing timely and well researched property information relevant to strategic decisionsAssist in the preparation of the monthly and periodic business reports and ensure they are collated and delivered on timeWork cooperatively with a range of internal and external stakeholders to assist with the delivery of timely property reviewsAssist in the coordination and collection of data, advice and/or opinion from a range of external sources related to technical, professional, valuation or town planningApply understanding of the property information sourcedContribute to the sourcing of land for capital delivery requirements including acquisition of land, development or redevelopment of existing holdingsUnderstand the impacts of planning scheme on the department’s property portfolio identifying redevelopment opportunities aligned with departmental strategic and regional asset management plans, precinct plans and property market conditionsConduct property market research and analysis to inform decision making and the provision of advice to stakeholders and management in relation to efficient management of the portfolioPrepare correspondence, briefings, reports, information papers and submissions, and other relevant documentation as required Skills & Experience:Tertiary qualification in Property EconomicsStrong understanding of property matters, preferably including town planning and site due diligence It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. How to Apply:If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your resume and cover letter.If you have any queries, please contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 or Clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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