Asset Services Officer Schools.

  • Contract: ASAP - 30 Jan 2023
  • Pay: $545 per day + Super
  • Location: Macquarie Park/ WFH (Travel required across Northern Sydney catchment area)  
  • Check: 2x References, WWCC, Police Check.
  • Client requests you to be fully vaccinated


The Role:

The Asset Services Officer provides a full range of asset services to a group of schools within the Regional Asset Management Unit (AMU) including the implementation of facilities management programs and meeting maintenance requirements.


Tasks you will carry out:

• Liaise with consultants, contractors and other asset management staff to support the development, design and construction phases of projects.
• Prepare project briefs, status reports, financial information and other associated documentation to inform decision making on the delivery of facilities management projects in schools.
• Provide advice and input to contribute to the development of technical specifications and layouts for individual minor facilities management projects.
• Provide a point of contact for Principals to respond to all facilities management and maintenance enquiries for identified facilities.

• Coordinate immediate responses to emergencies such as fire, flood and storm damage and liaise with the Group Leader and the Demountables Unit to arrange the provision of temporary accommodation requirements.
• Maintain sound working relationships with Schools key stakeholders including community groups to facilitate asset service management across the portfolio.
• Work with Principals to develop lease and licence agreements for other users such as children’s services, markets and sports fields, including providing advice to stakeholders on the process for procuring service providers.
• Monitor, record and report on program progress in line with processes and guidelines to ensure compliance with regulatory and legislative requirements and undertake analysis of the financial position of facilities management programs to support recommendations on corrective actions to AMU management.


Key challenges:
• Maintaining high standards of quality service and advice to stakeholders to support facilities management over a large number of sites within tight timeframes.
• Participating in consultations with a range of stakeholders with competing priorities to address contentious asset related issues.



Skills in building and project management is required to fulfill this role

- Knowledge of and commitment to the department's Aboriginal education policies.

- Proven years of experience in the maintenance or construction industry

- Strong communication and stakeholder engagement skills

- Client request you to be fully vaccinated

- Valid Drivers license.


How to Apply:

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Dervla  Neary does  Public Sector Professional & Technical

Public Sector Professional & Technical

Dervla Neary

Public Sector – Professional & Technical

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