Job Application – Building Asset & Projects Officer

Building Asset & Projects Officer

Position Purpose:

We have an excellent career opportunity for a full time Building Asset & Projects Officer.  This position is responsible for undertaking Asset Management planning and inspection activities, coordination of planned and reactive maintenance, and the management of assigned capital & major operational projects across a broad range of Council’s building assets.  

This is an exciting time to be joining the team. Devonport City Council offer a dynamic working environment with opportunities for professional development and leading initiatives to support a healthy work/life balance.

We are located on the Mersey River in the heart of the beautiful North West Coast of Tasmania. Devonport is particularly well known for its public reserves and recreational facilities, from the kilometres of walking and cycling tracks, beautiful beaches, a river suitable for a number of water sports, great fishing and numerous parklands, our City encourages an active and family friendly lifestyle.  

Position Description:

Please refer to the Position Description below for specific information relating to duties and the relevant selection criteria to be addressed:

Applications Close:Sunday 14 November 2021
Human Resources Contact:Jacci McDougall or Amy Smith – Phone: 03 6424 0511
How to Apply:View the ‘How to Apply’ page here for further details here
Application Form:

To apply for this position online, please have your resume and any supporting documents ready to upload.  Read the page, How to Apply for further details.

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Alternatively, you can download the Employment Pack below which includes

  • Application Form in PDF and MS Word format
  • Position Description – PDF

Job Application - Building Asset & Projects Officer October 2021


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