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Technical Engineering Consultant


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Technical Engineering Consultant

Property Portfolio Asset Management


Salary guide $130,000 to circa $160,000 p.a. + package (negotiable)

This is a great opportunity to join an established asset management consultancy, as they look to grow the team through a focused and defined strategic plan. Their portfolio is growing year on year and you'll be involved in a diverse and interesting range of projects that cover commercial, industrial, retail and government properties across Australia.

About the Company

My client is a highly experienced and respected consultancy who work with and deliver advice to their clients in the commercial property sector. Based in Sydney, with a regional office in ACT, they are part of a larger, independent property advisory group.

The Role

You will carry out visual assessment of properties and deliver relevant professional reports to clients. Your input will be key and will provide clear technical information which aids client's investment and ownership decisions and potential outcomes. The work will be diverse and you'll have an opportunity to be involved across an interesting and challenging range of properties. It's important that you are comfortable with travelling as the role will take you across Australia, sometimes away from home for several days at a time. Conversely, your working week will be self-managed and flexibility around working from home is the norm. Initially you'll work alongside a partner in the business, travelling and working on asset reports together. However, independence is the overall objective and how quickly that outcome is achieved very much depends on your previous experience and grasp of the role and requirements.

Skills and experience

A consultative, partnership approach is paramount to ensure clear and concise deliverables are understood and reported in a professional and timely manner. Your communication skills, both verbal and written, are important together with your ability to quickly grasp and understand the uniqueness and fundamentals of a buildings you are inspecting.

The role requires the following attributes - some essential others desirable:

  • Technical Due Diligence reporting

  • Client interaction and management of expectations

  • Proven experience in the gathering of information relating to assets within properties

  • A deep appreciation of system configuration and construction techniques

  • Appreciation of the criticality of an asset's impact on the overall operation of a property (high to low impact and risk)

  • Proven ability to work in sensitive environments such as hospitals and schools

  • Proven ability to utilise Microsoft suite of programs

  • Ability to develop written reports incorporating technical information

  • Ability to work with smart/mobile technology

  • Appreciation of project needs, stakeholder involvement, deadlines and project outcomes

  • Content to travel and be away from home for periods of time on project assignments

  • An eye for detail

  • Ability to maintain concentration and quality of work whilst carrying out repetitive, tasks

  • Must be a team player

  • Able to communicate across all levels with colleagues, clients, 3rd party representatives, suppliers, contractors etc.

  • Good personal time management is essential

N.B. You must possess full and ongoing rights to work in Australia to be considered for this role.

RHL Recruitment offers permanent and temporary jobs across Australia and the wider APAC region - visit rhl.com.au to get in touch for more opportunities like this.