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Client Manager

NT - Department of Infrastructure

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

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Job Posted: 10/11/2016

Job Category:

Engineering / Project Management

Job description:

Agency Department of Infrastructure, Planning Work Unit Maintenance and Minor Work

and Logistics

Job Title Client Manager Designation Senior Administrative Officer 1

Job Type Full Time Duration Fixed to 27/11/2017

Salary $111,939 - $125,052 Location Palmerston

Position Number 33266 RTF 106893 Closing 16/11/2016

Contact Mark Taylor on 08 8946 5137 or mark.taylor@nt.gov.au

Agency Information http://www.nt.gov.au/infrastructure/index.shtml

Information for Applications must be limited to a one-page summary sheet and an attached resume/cv

Applicants For further information for applicants and example applications see: http://www.nt.gov.au/ocpe

Information about If you accept this position, a summary of your merit (including work history, qualifications,

Selected Applicant’s experience, skills, etc.) will be provided to other applicants to enable transparency and

Merit understanding of the decision. For further information see: http://www.nt.gov.au/ocpe

Special Measures Not Applicable

Apply Online Link https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/Application?rtfId=106893

Primary Objective: Provide high level strategic and operational advice on the effective planning and delivery of Minor

New Works and Repairs and Maintenance Programs for a group of client agencies. Manage client agency relationships

and oversee current and forward program planning and delivery to ensure programs and planned and delivered

effectively to meet client and Treasury requirements.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Provide high level strategic and operational advice to the executive management and client agencies on the

effective planning and delivery of Minor New Works and Repairs and Maintenance Programs for a group of client

agencies predominantly in the Darwin Region.

2. Provide Professional and Technical advice to agencies on Minor New Works and Repairs and Maintenance

Programs issues to assist with program development.

3. As the primary contact for allocated client agencies, manage client agency relationships and oversee program

delivery to ensure Programs are delivered effectively and meet client requirements.

4. Liaise regularly with project managers and project officers to assist with project planning and to ensure that

projects are delivered within quality, time and budget requirements.

5. Act as Deputy to the Director – Maintenance and Minor Work for Counter Disaster activities and carry out all

duties in accordance with Departmental OH&S, EEO and environmental guidelines.

Selection Criteria

Essential:

1. Ability to provide high level strategic and operational advice on the effective delivery of Minor New Works and

Repairs and Maintenance Programs for a group of client agencies in the Darwin Region.

2. High level program, project and contract management skills.

3. High level ability to effectively consult, collaborate and build strong professional working relationships with

executive management, colleagues, client agencies, and other stakeholders.

4. Well-developed report writing skills with the ability to present complex information in a logical and meaningful

manner.

5. A comprehensive knowledge of building assets and their various sub-components (building, plumbing,

mechanical, electrical, civil), as well as related maintenance and operational activities and issues.

6. High level knowledge of Total Asset Management, contemporary maintenance planning and facilities

management philosophies and related statutory requirements.

7. High level knowledge of the Minor New Works and Repairs and Maintenance programs and cycles and linkages

to business planning and budget management.

Desirable

1. Tertiary qualification in Maintenance Planning, Project Management, Business management or similar.

2. Good knowledge of remote cross cultural issues affecting the undertaking of projects by the Department in a

complex Indigenous environment.

Further Information:

The successful applicant will need to have the ability to obtain an Ochre Card.

Approved: August 2016 John Harrison, Executive Director Building Services