Property and Parks Asset Planning Manager
Fixed Term (12 months) – Full Time
We are looking for an outstanding leader with extensive knowledge of legislations relating to building compliance requirements. The Property and Parks Asset Planning Manager will have overall leadership and management of property and parks asset planning, including developing and implementing asset management plans, to ensure efficient data management, reporting and risk management. This role has a strong focus on ensuring delivery of effective inputting of data, effective reporting of data and management of risk, up to date condition assessments, completed property inspections data and predictive modelling of expected maintenance and impact on budgets.
The role is also responsible for ensuring proactive modelling is provided to the group so that renewal and refurbishment projects are planned and delivered in an efficient manner, within budget, and in compliance with relevant legislation and in accordance with Council’s environmental and sustainability policies.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- An appropriate qualification in Asset Planning, Property Management or a related discipline.
- Demonstrated experience delivering effective business analysis, process improvement and assessment and predictive reporting.
- Robust understanding of projects and property, valuation, and market principles.
- Experience with the production and management of asset management plans.
- Expertise in understanding SPM and other asset, facilities, and property software.
- Experience in managing data collection and analysis of customers and customer needs and service requests.
- Ability to manage, consume, and analyse data to create insights for the benefit of the Group to enhance our ability to manage and deliver on our plans and projects according to schedule.
- Robust experience working with risk management frameworks within an asset, property and facilities projects and management environment.
- Experience in property management including asset management, capital works programs, commercial leasing, portfolio analysis.
- Ability to negotiate complex agreements and disputes while maintaining good relationships and preserving the Council’s business objectives.
- Experience in financial planning and management for decision making and reporting.
- Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, including the ability to write concise reports and deliver presentations to the Council and/or Committee Meetings including guidance and advice around property matters. This includes effective delivery of property technical advisory services to varied audiences with little or no property knowledge.
- Proven ability to manage and lead a team effectively and foster a positive culture of high performance and consistent delivery.
- Good working knowledge of local and central government legislation relevant to land and buildings, in particular, the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 , Public Works Act 1981, Property Law Act 2007, Building Act 2004 (including earthquake strengthening policy and requirements), and the Local Government Act 2002.
- Good working knowledge and understanding of the Health and Safety at Work Act and its application in this context of work.
- Holder of a current and valid full NZ Drivers’ licence.
Working for the Kāpiti Coast District Council means being part of a caring, dynamic and effective customer-focused team who make a positive difference in the community we serve. If you’d like to be part of the team, contact us now.
Please find the Job Description on here.
The preferred candidate will be required to undergo the usual pre-employment checks, including drug and alcohol screening, criminal history, and credit checks. Please note you must be eligible to work in New Zealand.
Further information about the position and application documents are published on https://www.sheffield.co.nz