Facility Maintenance Officer
- Contribute to a positive culture at one of Melbourne's most innovative housing and homelessness organisations
- Dandenong Location
- Part time position (0.5 FTE)
- Additional leave & salary packaging benefits
An exciting opportunity to join Launch Housing and provide Facilities Support to our Dandenong Crisis Accommodation and Support Site.
As Facility Maintenance Officer you will coordinate maintenance tasks on a daily basis; maintaining an effective and well serviced and facility in accordance with existing systems, policies and procedures.
To be successful in the role you will have demonstrated experience in a similar position, be a highly organised and enthusiastic professional with exceptional communication skills. You will be comfortable with a multiple and varied workload and adapt easily to unexpected changes. As such, experience in a busy office will hold you in good stead!
You will also have the ability to work as part of a team and autonomously and possess high-level skills in using the range of Microsoft Office applications.
Launch Housing is a secular, independent Melbourne based community organisation formed with an ambitious agenda to achieve our vision of ending homelessness. We are a strong, single, focused voice on homelessness driven by the values of Empowerment, Fresh Thinking, Agility, Leadership & Courage. Launch Housing is now one of Victoria's largest providers of flexible, specialist services that directly assists and improves the lives of thousands of people across the state: www.launchhousing.org.au
To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit a brief cover letter and your CV, by following the "How to Apply" instructions below. For further information please contact Lana Bond on 03 9792 0750.
Launch Housing celebrates diversity and is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
All applicants must have the right to work in Australia and will be required to complete a Working with Children and Police check. Launch Housing is an Equal Opportunity employer and supports accessible working arrangements for all. This includes people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, culturally, religiously and linguistically diverse people, young people, older people, women, and people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, gender diverse, intersex or queer.