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Due to growth, we have a new and exciting opportunity for a commercially focused National Maintenance Manager to join our team. Reporting to the Head of Procurement and Facilities Management, you will be responsible for developing our facilities management practice, providing thought leadership, subject matter expertise and advocacy around facility management and delivering a sustainable program of work that protects and enhances the value of our assets and maximizes the value of our maintenance budget. Other responsibilities will include:
Accountability for developing and delivering a strategic FM plan and work program across the 47 sites and $12m of expenditure
Overseeing and improving a site-specific maintenance program for each location and BWOF program
Supporting the regional maintenance leads and village managers with people related activities, such as recruitment, competency frameworks and performance reviews
Coordinating with property and refurb teams to ensure whole of life cost is optimised and ongoing maintenance requirements clearly understood and considered through the build/renovation processes
Regularly traveling to all sites, as require.
You will be part of our national support office team, based in the Auckland CBD. Ideally you will be Auckland-based, however, given the travel required, we are open to considering candidates from any area of NZ that we have Oceania sites.
What you’ll bring:
To succeed in this national role, you will be well experienced at working across a multi-site business, with multi-story buildings. You will have exceptional interpersonal skills and be able to build solid relationships at all levels and influence effectively, as the people you support won’t report directly to you. We’d also like you to bring:
10+ years’ experience in a building trade, facilities management, or commercial construction environment
Strong experience managing budgets and costs
Knowledge of building code, BWOF compliance requirements and construction methodologies and building systems
Knowledge of safe working methodologies and Health and Safety regulations as they pertain to site works
Commercial acumen and knowledge of market for trades and building services
High-level skills with MS Office/SharePoint/Teams productivity apps and tools
A clean NZ drivers’ licence
Eligibility to work in NZ.
Who we are
We’re the proud owner and operator of 47 sites across New Zealand, providing Village and Aged Care Living. We are dedicated to delivering exceptional and innovative care and hospitality services that delight our residents.
At Oceania, we build villages, not just homes. Places designed to enable our residents to live the way they always have, with value, purpose and connection to the things that matter most. We're led by them, and it's this shared belief in better that makes our approach different.
We Kiwis have a proud tradition of striving for better. That's why we're reimagining the retirement living and aged care experience.
What we offer
This belief in better means we are committed to supporting you to learn and do better, and will provide you with:
A safe and healthy working environment with access to a free, confidential support service
Opportunities for ongoing development and career progression
Employee shares, at no cost, for permanent employees
Access to a range of great staff discounts with our suppliers.
No matter your role within the Oceania team, we all share the same dedication to providing expert and personalised care for the people that once cared for us.
We strive to do better every day. Apply now and become part of our journey.
We are the proud owner and operator of over 40 aged care centres and retirement villages across New Zealand. As the third largest provider of aged care in New Zealand, we are passionate about supporting our local communities and providing the very best care to meet kiwi’s needs.