Monday, 19 February 2018

City of Gold Coast,Assets Project Officer Jobs vacancy

If you are passionate, enjoy a challenge and want to work for one of the fastest developing cities in Australia, if excellent working conditions and exciting project work is something you find attractive, we have an opportunity for you.
We are working hard to build a vibrant city, maintain our enviable Gold Coast lifestyle and ensure our city will be thriving, sustainable and attractive into the future.
The lifestyle opportunities, weather, career de
velopment and growth are some reasons why working for Gold Coast City Council may be the best decision you've made.
We're making our mark on South-East Queensland... come and make your mark with us.

Reference No:  23755

Salary Range:  $76916.57 to $81855.33

City of Gold Coast
Working for City of Gold Coast is both challenging and rewarding, whether you are starting a career or looking to enhance your existing experience and skills. The Gold Coast is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia with a diverse population, combining great challenges with the kind of lifestyle few cities can boast about. 
How We Do Things
  • We aim high – we are passionate about delivering the best for our city 
  • We add value – we are innovative and make the most of every opportunity 
  • We work as a team – our people are great individually, but unstoppable together 
  • We take responsibility – we are committed to working safely, being trustworthy and owning our actions 
About the Position
Located in Water and Waste Directorate, under System Control Branch and within the Facilities Asset Management and Projects section, the Asset Project Officer will provide technical input in Tactical Asset Management and development of capital projects related to asset renewal and replacement. This position delivers projects and works management of preventative and reactive tasks by supervising works, preparing documents and reports, and contributes to achieving set business targets relative to preventative and reactive maintenance activities.  You will prepare scope and deliver minor facility enhancement projects across the City's network of water, waste, recycling centres and landfills.
Key Deliverables of the position:
  • Manage minor projects including design, planning, delivery and reporting
  • Supervise asset renewal and capital works activities
  • Assess the performance of assets, identify and address safety and environmental issues
  • Provide technical and specialist advice on all issues affecting the maintenance of assets
  • Participate in asset condition inspection programs
  • Implement asset improvement initiatives
About You
You have/are:
  • Demonstrated experience in delivering minor capital projects, particularly in water, sewer and solid waste management infrastructure/maintenance services
  • A Degree in Civil Engineering, or have the equivalent working knowledge, is desired
  • Experienced in the design and assessment of engineering infrastructure, project management, construction supervision and in using asset management systems
  • Self-motivated and can multi-task, while planning and organising your time/priorities.
  • The ability to assess and analyse potential or existing problems, and provide appropriate solutions
  • Self-motivated and demonstrate initiative, creativity and the ability to foster enthusiasm among fellow staff
  • A reliable person who constantly works towards achieving individual and team goals 
How to Apply
You will need to have an eRecruit account in order to apply for this position. If you do not already have one, please select "Create a New Account" within eRecruit and create a profile. For more details, please refer to the attached Job Success Profile. If you require further information after reading the Job Success Profile, please call the listed Contact Person. Please note applications for this position will close at 10.30pm on the listed closing date.
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons are encouraged to apply.
As part of our selection process, you will be required to undertake drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Australian Standards and Council's procedures.

Enquiries: Daniela Godfrey
Ph: 07 0414180205
Applications Close: 26/02/2018
Council is an EEO employer and welcomes diversity in the workplace.

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