Building Surveyor | Snowy Valleys Council | Tumut
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Snowy Valleys Council seeks a Building Surveyor to provide expert knowledge in development assessment, certification and building inspection services to ensure effective management to the built and natural environment.
Reporting to the Coordinator Growth and Development, this is a key role in the organisation contributing to the local region's economical, agricultural and industrial outputs through collaborations, facilitation and education it the community.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- Strong technical knowledge in relevant legislation, Australian Standards, council policies and procedures to ensure effective management of the built and natural environments.
- Demonstrated experience in the issue of complying development certificates for building work or change of use, construction certificates and compliance certificates
- Degree qualification in Building Surveying or equivalent, or a minimum of Category A2 accreditation under the Building Professionals Board (BPD) accreditation scheme
- Demonstrated ability to provide high standards of customer service to internal and external stakeholders
Snowy Valleys Council
Snowy Valleys Council is a modern and well-connected Council with an operating budget of $56.7 million. With a dedicated workforce of more than 230 staff and two main administrative centres at Tumut and Tumbarumba, the council's key focus is to deliver outstanding local services that support strong and vibrant communities.
Working and Living in the Region
With a population of 14,935, Snowy Valleys covers an area of 8,960 square km in a beautiful natural environment ideally located between Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. The National Snowy 2.0 project is a $5B local investment which will provide economic benefits and a range of exciting opportunities for jobs and clean renewable energy to the region. The diverse and vibrant local economy offers work prospects for partners and family in forestry, agriculture, health, education and tourism.
It's all about location and lifestyle - Snowy Valleys is renowned for its year-round festivals, rich cultural life, sporting events and recreational facilities for fishing, hiking and cycling or join the locals who ski in the morning and swim in the afternoon!
How to Apply
Apply with a covering letter addressing the Position section of the information pack.
Applications close: Monday 17 February 2020 at 5pm.