Leasing Managers

Posted 20 September 2022
Salary$655 per day + super
Job type Contract
Sectors CGC CoverGovernment

Job description

Our client are a NSW State Government Agency who aim to deliver the very best school infrastructure to meet the needs of a growing population, and support modern, flexible teaching and learning. 

The NSW Government is investing $8.6 billion over the next 4 years into Schools Infrastructure and as a result my client are looking to appoint 5 x Leasing Managers experienced in Commercial Property, on initial 12 month contracts based at George Street.

Key responsibilities of these positions;
  • Managing workload of leasing, licensing, easement and title change requests, including shared/joint use agreements and miscellaneous property related requests.
  • Drafting and approving plain English and concise briefs for submission to Executive.
  • Reviewing the Sites Register to identify agreements that have expired and are approaching expiry, actioning renewals and any required agreement terminations.
  • Managing Electricity easement requests including for Cooler Classrooms Program.
  • Managing requests via property inbox and referring to other teams or staff as appropriate.
  • Ensuring decisions protect Department’s short and longer term interests and include appropriate consultation with stakeholders.
  • Drafting appropriate recommendations that provide value for money.
  • Actioning matters in compliance with Treasury Direction 469.01 and other Acts, Regulations and Policies relating to Government Asset Management.
  • Responding to enquiries from Director, Property; Executive Director, Infrastructure Planning; Chief Executive SINSW, Minister’s office, Stakeholders and the public; regarding matters, providing information, drafting appropriate correspondence to address issues; and implementing actions resulting from such enquiries.
  • Understanding and complying with procurement requirements when engaging consultants; and managing consultant engagements when required.
  • Ensuring task list is updated to accurately reflect matters.
  • Ensuring staff sites register is updated with placeholder on commencement of matter and provide details on execution of matter.
  • Verifying accuracy of sites register data as required for accounting purposes.
  • Complying with all processes identified in the Property Team AMU Responsibility Allocation Model.
  • Managing critical dates.
  • Ensuring decisions reflect SINSW’s obligations to be a custodian of the land entrusted into our care.
  • Liaising with stakeholders to ensure optimal outcomes when recommending property solutions.
  • Negotiating with various parties and ensuring commercial outcomes.
  • Assessing requests for title changes, drafting appropriate recommendations and implementing approved recommendations.
  • Ensuring Easement decisions are made in accordance with draft guidance notes for easements.
  • Able to read and understand leases, licences, easements and dealings registered on title.
  • Investigating and understanding of complex property issues and recommending appropriate solutions.
  • Understanding NSW Government policies and directions relating to real estate transactions and government asset management.
  • Capable of using the IT systems necessary to work in office or remotely as required and intermediate skills using Microsoft Office (including Excel) content Manager (TRIM) adobe acrobat and various other programs as required by the Department.
  • Must comply with any applicable Public Health Orders regarding vaccination.
  • When requested, collaborate with an externally engaged Change Manager consultant to work towards achieving efficiency, change, improvement, and implementing requested efficiencies.
  • Ability to work independently without frequent guidance.
If you are interested in a confidential discussion regarding this role, please forward an up to date copy of your resume to Jessica.Howlin@cgcrecruitment.com or call Jessica now on 0282524001.