Property Management Officer

Posted 28 May 2024
Salary$45 - $50 per hour
Job type Temporary
DisciplineGovernment State

Job description

Position: Property Management Officer  

DFP Perth is seeking a skilled Property Management Officer for a short-term temporary role, starting immediately. This position is to cover a staff member’s leave for 6 weeks, ending on 12 July 2024. 

Start Date: Immediate Start until 12th of July 2024 (6 weeks)  

Location: Cockburn 6164 

Hours:  Full time, Monday – Friday 

Pay Rate: $45.00-$50.00 per hour + Superannuation  

The position is based in Cockburn and operates full time Monday to Friday. Please note that a National Police Clearance will be necessary for this role. The main responsibility of this position involves invoicing, below is further background on the tasks and responsibilities associated with this role. 

Job Description: 

Primary Responsibilities: 
  • Assist in preparing and presenting the state-wide building maintenance program and budget. 
  • Coordinate and manage the approved maintenance program, ensuring quality and timeliness, and take remedial actions when necessary. 
  • Manage the Property Lease portfolio and liaise with all stakeholders. 
  • Liaise with Facility Managers, staff, external stakeholders, contractors, and consultants on leasing and property services issues. 
  • Represent in meetings and discussions related to leasing and maintenance. 
  • Maintain the Property Register and reconcile it with the Asset Management System. 
  • Prepare reports on leasing and property services, including recommendations for improvements. 
  • Undertake administrative tasks, including financial and non-financial reporting and research functions. 
  • Perform Incurring Officer functions in accordance with the Financial Management Act. 
  • Prepare bi-annual energy usage reports and annual reporting to the Government. 
  • Maintain office requirements, records, plans, and files related to the building portfolio. 
Essential Criteria: 
  • Demonstrated research, analytical, and problem-solving skills. 
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills. 
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently. 
  • Experience in property management. 
  • Experience in administrative and budget control. 

If you are available immediately and interested in applying for this role, please send your current CV to to apply.  

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