- Fabulous opportunity – strategic focus
- Surry Hills location - close to public transport
- Attractive salary package
Girl Guides NSW and ACT is part of the international Girl Guides organisation with a clear mission to empower girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members. Guides provides girls and young women with fantastic opportunities to meet personal challenges, develop team building and leadership skills and to make new friends.
The organisation is looking for a driven, outcome focused individual to join their senior management team to manage the organisation's properties and assets across NSW and ACT.
Working closely with the CEO you will be responsible for managing the organisation's substantial property portfolio throughout NSW & ACT. Your focus will be to develop and implement strategies to ensure the development and maximisation of the organisations of property assets.
You will be required to monitor capital works and provide advice to management on all aspects of property administration, documentation, obligations and responsibilities in relation to the organisation. You will be liaising with volunteers throughout the organisation, so it is essential that you have excellent communication and the ability to build strong relationships with stakeholders from a diverse background.
- Develop and implement strategy covering the management, maintenance and development of property
- Review, develop and implement property policies, procedures and centralised documentation
- Monitor budget for state properties, property management and property related expenses
- Coordinate development and major renovation projects
- Report monthly to committees on all property matters as required
- Oversee the administration of leases and licenses for all properties, including council and crown
- Oversee the administration of all contractors including monitoring of contractor agreements
- Maintain properties in conjunction with staff and contractors
- Build strong stakeholder relationships with committee members, volunteers, contractors and staff providing training as required
- Tertiary business qualifications and/or extensive experience in a relevant role
- High level communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to successfully liaise and negotiate at all levels with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders
- The ability to build effective relationships with people from diverse backgrounds
- Demonstrated success in the development and implementation of budgeting, forecasting and reporting.
- Good time management and the ability to manage multiple projects at once
- Previous not for profit experience or experience working within a member-based organisation (desirable)
- A current drivers licence – limited travel required
- A working with children check is required
How to Apply
Please ‘APPLY’ by attaching your resume and cover letter outlining your experience and reason for application. Please direct all enquiries to Rhonda Newman at Beaumont People, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note there is no set closing date for this position so I encourage early applications. I will remove this advertisement when the position is successfully filled.
Beaumont Not for Profit has been contracted to recruit this role. Beaumont Not For Profit is a non-profit service specialising in delivering unparalleled permanent and temporary recruitment solutions to the Not for Profit sector on a Not for Profit basis.