What is Building Management and Works?
Building Management and Works provides a range of services to help deliver the State Government’s non residential building program. In-house expertise in asset planning and management, project delivery and management, contract management and procurement are used to manage major State infrastructure projects and maintain State Government owned assets.
Some activities Building Management and Works graduates can find themselves involved in, during two short-term placements, include; assisting with the delivery of construction projects for schools and hospitals, planning and management of government owned assets such as government office accommodation, evaluation of programs for schools, hospitals, courts and prisons, and involvement in establishing and managing contracts.
What can I expect, what do you have to offer?
- Opportunities to develop and acquire project management skills and knowledge through on the job and formal training;
- Acquiring procurement and contract management skills through practical application and formal training;
- Involvement in policy development for construction and capital works and government owned assets; and
- Opportunities to build on tertiary education through the development of corporate knowledge and professional skills.
What are the benefits?
- Comprehensive technical and professional training;
- Supportive and flexible work environment;
- Opportunities to work autonomously and manage your own projects/tasks; and
- An opportunity, for those interested, to undertake post-graduate studies in project management upon program completion.
What degree do I need?
Graduates from all degrees are considered. We encourage those Graduates to apply, who are interested in a career in the procurement and project management of Government’s building and infrastructure programs across Western Australia.
Preferred Degrees: Project Management, Architecture, Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Property, Urban Planning, Construction, Law and Commerce.