The Infrastructure and Facilities Branch is responsible for operating and maintaining AIS campus infrastructure to a high quality and high level of availability. The campus at Bruce covers an area of 65 ha and contains some 35 large and diverse sporting, testing, office, commercial, accommodation and catering facilities.The AIS campus is now in excess of 35 years old and requires ongoing capital works, major building upgrades and significant maintenance to keep it in world class condition. As a key player in the Works Projects team you will find a rare opportunity to contribute to the success of Australia’s elite athletes. The small in-house Works Projects Management Team consists of the Assistant Director and three direct staff including the Projects Program Manager. You will assist in the management of the Australian Sports Commission’s (ASC) capital works program which includes a range of new and major building element replacement projects.You will have:A tertiary degree and/or demonstrated experience in architecture, engineering, building, construction management or a related disciplineDemonstrated relevant professional experienceGood interpersonal relationship skills (dealing with a diverse range of stakeholders)Self-motivation and display leadership, drive and initiativeSalary range = $92,007 - $106,078 per annum + 15.4% superEmployment benefits include access to priority onsite Childcare placements, free parking facilities and use of on-site gymnasium.Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia.Applications close 5.00pm AEST Thursday, 17 September 2020 (no late applications will be accepted).Attachments: Job Description Acknowledgement of CountryThe ASC recognises the outstanding contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make to sport in Australia and celebrates the power of sport to promote reconciliation and reduce inequality.Our Diversity MessageThe ASC supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (see the SportAUS Reconciliation Action Plan for more information), people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Our Culture Message How you do your job is important to us. All staff at the ASC are committed to consistently act in ways that reflect what we believe in, what we stand for and our commitment to Australia and each other. Our values of respect, integrity, teamwork and excellence underpin how we deliver, lead and manage people and relate to each other and our stakeholders. Our Safety MessageThe ASC wants to be a safe environment for all. We actively undertake measures to ensure the safety of children and young people, athletes and vulnerable people in our physical, digital and cultural environment. This includes risk assessing our positions to determine which require a Working with Vulnerable People or Working with Children licence. State based legislation requires those who work or volunteer with vulnerable people to have a background check and be registered.Please check the job description to see if the role you are applying for requires a licence and check out the site below for how to apply. It is your responsibility to apply for the appropriate licence. ACT – NSW – VIC – QLDJob Description
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