The Shearer’s Quarters, John Wardle Architects

The Shearer’s Quarters, John Wardle Architects
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 Find out about the career opportunities currently available at the Australian Institute of Architects. 

 

Property & Procurement Manager – Melbourne, Vic

The Institute maintains a portfolio of leasehold and freehold properties across Australia with an office presence in each Capital City. The role of Property & Procurement Manager is responsible for the strategic and operational management of the Institute properties from maintenance program implementation to managing the Annual Capital Expenditure Budget and works program.

Ideal Candidate:

You will have extensive experience in property management across a portfolio with leasehold and freehold properties nationally couple with experience implementing best practice procurement policy and systems across an organization.

Your key responsibilities will include:
•  At least 5 years of relevant experience in a similar property management and/or procurement role (preferably with experience of both)
•  Demonstrated experience with commercial (small tenancy) leasing and negotiation experience will be preferred
•  Demonstrated experience engaging with a broad cross-section of stakeholders with varying or competing interests in and priorities for a property portfolio

Position Description

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Events & Communications Coordinator – Perth, WA

The Events & Communications Coordinator is an integral part of the WA Chapter team, reporting into the Executive Director – WA Chapter and is responsible for performing duties associated with the provision of support with planning, developing and delivering the WA Chapter’s annual calendar of events. The position is also required to prepare graphic design material and deliver communications through various mediums, including social media, to increase awareness of the Institute.

Ideal Candidate:

You will possess at least 2 years’ experience as an Events and/or Communications Coordinator, ideally gained within a national professional membership environment and experience and interest in graphic design including the use of Adobe Creative Cloud. You are motivated by being part of a small, cohesive and effective team where you can work autonomously yet be a team player when the need arises. You will have strong interpersonal skills, high attention to detail, the ability to juggle competing tasks in a timely manner whilst maintaining a positive and solutions focused attitude.

Your key responsibilities will include:
•  Provide support with the planning, development and delivery of the Institute’s annual calendar of events including the architecture awards, continuing professional development, and other opportunities that arise
•  Coordinate the marketing and publicity for all events
•  Attend to the chapter’s information technology requirements including social media, web content and email communications

Position Description

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Executive Assistant – Melbourne, Vic

The Executive Assistant is primarily responsible for providing confidential, executive and overall administrative support to the Chief Executive Officer. The position is also required to work collaboratively with the Executive team, providing administrative support when required. The role also works closely with the Executive Officer in the provision of governance meeting materials and logistics.

Ideal Candidate:

You will have extensive experience in providing high-level support to a senior executive or equivalent in a national organization with a complex governance model. Demonstrated ability to remain calm under pressure whilst delivering across several competing priorities, demonstrating positive and professional behaviors representative of a high performing CEO office.

Your key responsibilities will include:
•  At least 8 years of previous experience as an Executive or Personal Assistant, ideally gained within a national professional membership environment
•  Demonstrated ability to influence, engage and manage senior stakeholders through highly effective verbal and written communication skills
•  Ability to set priorities, plan workloads, meet deadlines and achieve objectives through the efficient use of time

Position Description

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