- The opportunity of a lifetime, is now on your doorstep
- Be part of a greenfield site and shape the facility services strategy
- Take on your next career challenge in this influential role
You are a highly driven leader who has proven success managing diverse teams which have successfully delivered facility services within a complex environment. You have extraordinary people skills, commercial awareness and strong business acumen. You are excited by the challenges of working within a large and complex environment. You are respectful and demonstrate exceptional moral values in everything you do.
About the Role
Reporting to the General Manager, you will be responsible for the delivery of facilities management service, ensuring a whole of life approach to asset management. You will be based on site at the new Clarence Correctional Centre, a 1,700 bed state-of-the-art facility. You will lead your multi-disciplined team to maintain the value of the State’s assets while minimising interruptions to service delivery through the application of scheduled preventative maintenance, unscheduled maintenance and lifecycle replacement; observing functional obsolescence and ensuring that compliance to hand back conditions at the completion of the contract term are met.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- The highest levels of personal integrity and ethical behaviour.
- A Bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management, Property Management or equivalent will be highly regarded or relevant equivalent experience in a similar position.
- Relevant Trade qualifications.
- Experience in a senior line management position in prisons, detention centre, or similar institutional environment.
- Strong experience in project management, maintenance management, facilities management or business management.
- Exceptional people skills, commercial awareness, financial astuteness and customer service skills.
- Experience managing a multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of facility services across a large complex within an institutional environment.
- Sound knowledge of relevant legislative requirements according to contract obligations, Codes of Practice, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Australian Standards and any other specific requirements for a Correctional Centre.
This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment as an essential selection component for this role.
At Serco, you’ll be part of a team of more than 50,000 people delivering essential services on behalf of governments and organisations around the world. We apply world's best practice, insights and technology across six key sectors: Citizen Services, Defence, Healthcare, Immigration, Justice and Transport. But no matter your role or where you’re based, we each share the same goal – to bring service to life to make a positive difference every day.
We have been operating correctional services in Australia for almost 15 years. As a prison operator, safety and security is always our first priority and the new Clarence Correctional Centre is no exception. Due to open mid-2020, this 1,700-bed state-of-the-art facility will be the largest correctional centre in Australia. To learn more please visit www.serco.com/clarence.
If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your cover letter and resume by clicking the 'Apply Now' button.
Serco values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative and collaborative. Our people help in ways that matter.
We are committed to diversity and we encourage people from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse and people with disabilities to apply.