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Elections and Boundaries Commission Vacancy
Elections and Boundaries Commission
The incumbent is required to manage and direct the provision of facilities management services at the Elections and Boundaries Commission (“the Department”), ensuring regulatory compliance and a safe and functional work environment for employees and clients. Duties include directing and co-ordinating staff performing facilities management work; developing and implementing a preventative maintenance programme, facilities management policies, procedures and guidelines; advising on facilities management matters; making recommendations for implementing facilities upgrades and construction; developing budget proposals; preparing tender documents and supervising contractors providing contracted services related to facilities management.
The incumbent will report to a designated officer in the Department and will provide supervision over the staff of the Facilities Management Unit.
THE INCUMBENT IS ADVISED THAT IN ADDITION TO THE STIPULATED SALARY, THERE IS THE FOLLOWING:
- A monthly Transport Allowance of $2,500.00 TTD
- A Technical Allowance of $4,000.00 TTD
- And an optional Car Loan facility of up to $140,000.00 per contract period
Key and Critical Responsibilities
- Plans, organizes, directs and co-ordinates the work of staff engaged in the provision of facilities management services in the Department.
- Performs related duties as may be required.
- Extensive knowledge of the principles and techniques of Facilities Management.
- Extensive knowledge of building construction and maintenance work, codes and standards.
- Extensive knowledge of the methods, materials and equipment used in upgrades, preventative maintenance and repair of facilities and equipment.
- Considerable knowledge of the OSHA as it pertains to facilities management.
- Considerable knowledge of project management principles and techniques.
- Considerable knowledge of the principles of space planning and utilisation.
Considerable knowledge of the procedures involved in budget preparation, work scope development and cost estimation for contracted services and public service procurement.
The successful candidate must have:
- Skill in the use of personal computers.
- Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project.
- The ability to use e-government technology platforms.
- The ability to develop and implement a preventative maintenance programme for building, facilities, equipment and systems.
- The ability to plan, direct and coordinate the work of staff performing facilities management duties.
- The ability to prepare budget proposals, scopes of work and cost estimates related to the provision of facilities management services.
- The ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; and to prepare comprehensive reports, briefs and other documents on facilities management matters.
- The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, other public service employees and members of the public.
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