The Scenic Rim is a region of opportunity surrounded by World Heritage-listed national parks and well renowned for its breathtaking scenery, agricultural and tourism industries.
At Scenic Rim Regional Council, we deliver community services and infrastructure to the region’s population of more than 40,000. With a diverse team exceeding 450 employees, we are committed to shaping a progressive future for our community through collaboration, integration and innovation. We are proudly an equal opportunity employer that embraces diversity and a workplace underpinned by shared ethos and values that shape our actions and behaviours.
About this opportunity
Great opportunity to further your career in property, after completing your tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline such as planning, property valuation, property economics, law, surveying. Gain broad and varied property management experience working across council’s property portfolio.
Key responsibilities include:
– Management of Council’s Real Property assets across the region including vacant land, land leased to community groups, commercial leases, government leases, agistment agreements, telecommunication agreements, and various licenses for example.
– Management of assets in accordance with legislative requirements for managing Local Government property, including reserve and freehold land.
– Preparation and management of contracts for management of Council assets including camping grounds and swimming pools, including preparation and completion of public tenders as required under requirements of relevant legislation.
– Managing the procedural requirements for acquisitions of land for various infrastructure or community purposes, through either negotiated outcomes or compulsory purchase.
– Disposal of real property asserts (via lease or sale) including in accordance with relevant legislation.
– Managing requests for use of and changes to road reserves, for example road closures, openings, permits to occupy.
– Preparation and presentation as required of all relevant reports to Council.
– Stakeholder engagement (internal, external, and government as required)
– The duties listed above are indicative and not intended to be comprehensive.
Duties may vary from time to time and you may be required to perform a range of duties outside your main list of duties, but that are within your limits of skill and training.
– Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline.
– Demonstrated knowledge of property theory and practices, understanding of Land Tenure in Queensland, and an ability to accurately interpret and apply relevant legislation.
– High level knowledge of relevant legislation including the Local Government Act 2009, and Land Act 1994.
– Highly developed interpersonal skills, with the ability to prepare concise and tailored reports aligning to your audiences knowledge and technical understanding
– Excellent grasp of the English language both written and verbal with the ability to align and tailor your communication style as most appropriate for partnering a community based organisation, community member, council colleague, or government agency
– Strong customer orientation and service alignment
– Previous experience in government including in a similar role will be highly regarded.
What’s In It for you?
– A great team environment and flexible work environment (hybrid working)
– A base salary starting from $90,389.19 + up to 13% employer super contribution.
– Fantastic leave entitlements and working culture
– Salary packaging benefits, discounted private health insurance
How to apply
If this sounds like the position for you, don’t delay – apply now
1. A statement advising on how you are suited for the role along with;
2. A current resume (maximum of 5 pages) including the names and contact details of 3 referees.One referee should be a Manager you have worked for during the past two years.
Applications close: Wednesday 20 December 2023
For more information please email [email protected]