Facilities Manager – Kardu Darrikardu Numida Hostel

Opened 191 days ago
Closes 20 April 2023
Fixed-term, Full-time
Northern Territory
$97,066.02 (base salary inclusive of allowances and leave loading plus superannuation)

Facilities Manager (Full-time – fixed-term) opportunity
$97,066.02 (base salary inclusive of allowances and leave loading plus superannuation)

Wadeye, Northern Territory

One Tree is a national not for profit offering early childhood education, out of school hours care, community services, registered early childhood training, and professional support. Our remote services are in some of Australia’s most hard to reach, underserviced locations. It takes a special kind of person to work in these services, the kind of person who wants to make a difference.

Located in the small coastal community of Wadeye, the Kardu Darrikardu Numida Hostel is a 24/7 operating service.

Living in Wadeye truly gives you the opportunity to experience and understand the benefit and challenges of living and working in remote Australia. Working alongside locally employed staff, you can learn from the local Aboriginal people. All while being supported by a small team, where your ideas and input can have genuine impact on the service and community.

Benefits on offer

  • Above award salary
  • Relocation allowance
  • Housing available
  • Housing & utility allowance
  • Quarterly flights to Darwin
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program
  • Length of service incentives
  • Salary packaging available
  • Online inductions and PD sessions
  • Uniforms provided

What you’ll do

  • Liaise with OTC management to ensure maintenance projects are undertaken in a cost-effective and timely manner, in line with all contractual obligations.
  • Be responsible for the coordination of efficient delivery of core, scheduled and emergency maintenance activities within OTC services in Wadeye.
  • Provide support and guidance to key stakeholders in relation to any maintenance and servicing issues, delivering excellent customer service and timely answers to enquiries through effective and clear communication.
  • Be a point of contact for OTC management, service directors and contractual stakeholders to provide updates on maintenance projects.
  • Seek feedback from directors and regional managers to identify any key maintenance projects for each service.
  • Identify trends in regular maintenance issues and report these to the line manager.
  • Identify gaps in existing maintenance procedures.
  • Uphold safety standards and observe Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) requirements.
  • Meet all reporting and administrative requirements.