AO3 Facilities Officer - Brisbane

  • Location: Brisbane
  • Salary Guide: $46.74 per hour
  • Discipline: Government and Defence
  • Contact name: Vickie Hooper
  • Permanent
  • Job published: 27 May 2024
Achieve are recruiting for an A03 Facilities Officer in Brisbane.

As the Facilities Services Officer you will:
  • Support teams to undertake analysis, design, review and implementation of infrastructure, planning and asset management related business activities, systems, policies, projects and programs.
  • Assist in a range of infrastructure, planning and asset management activities to deliver financial, administrative and facilities support services and unit deliverables to departmental clients, including schools.
The Facilities Services Officer reports to the nominated Manager and can be required to work across any team or work unit of the Infrastructure Services Division. Your role Appointments in the public sector are merit-based and will be assessed by looking at what you have done previously—the knowledge, skills and experience you have built, your potential for development, and your personal qualities.
Responsibilities include:
  • Participate, with supervision, in a range of project, business as usual and business improvement activities across a broad range of infrastructure, planning and asset management strategies to contribute to the delivery of tailored infrastructure solutions for the department.
  • Provide operational information and support to other departmental officers for a range of infrastructure, planning and asset management services.
  • Compile and formulate reports and submissions to support the delivery of a range of services and support management of departmental facilities.
  • Resolve operational problems and assist in the development and implementation of initiatives, policies, processes and systems, and monitor and maintain practices to ensure compliance with legislation, whole of government and departmental requirements.
  • Maintain a hiring system for the management of departmental resources and assist in the management of those resources including monitoring of facility conditions.
  • Assist in the coordination of all activities for the efficient operational management of departmental facilities and assets, particularly those relating to real property, building assets, hire, vehicles and equipment.
  • Handle enquiries and complaints regarding departmental facilities and assets.
Other responsibilities (as required)
  • Other suitable duties, consistent with the duties and responsibilities of the position as directed by the supervisor or nominated delegate.
Competencies – How you may be assessed Leadership Competencies for Queensland describes what highly effective, everyday leadership looks like in the public sector. In simple, action-oriented language, it provides a common understanding of the foundations for success across all of our roles within the department.
  • Leads strategically – thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system.
  • Stimulates ideas and innovation – gathers insights and embraces new ideas and innovation to inform future practice.
  • Leads change in complex environments – embraces change and leads with focus and optimism in an environment of complexity and ambiguity.
  • Makes insightful decisions – makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context.
  • Develops and mobilises talent – strengthens and mobilises the unique talents and capabilities of the workforce
  • Builds enduring relationships – builds and sustains relationships to enable the collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes.
  • Inspires others – inspires others by driving clarity, engagement and a sense of purpose.
  • Drives accountability and outcomes – demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism persistence and transparency.
  • Fosters healthy and inclusive workplaces – fosters an inclusive workplace where health, safety and wellbeing is promoted and prioritised.
  • Pursues continuous growth – pursues opportunities for growth through agile learning and development of self-awareness.
  • Demonstrates sound governance – maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. 
   To be considered for this role please upload your resume by clicking on the link below or call the office on 1300 129 732
Vickie Hooper

Vickie Hooper

Recruitment Consultant