staff positions

Girl Guides NSW & ACT's hub, Guide House, is no ordinary office. Our staff are passionate about developing a future generation of female leaders. Whether they're doing their bit by keeping accounts in order, liaising with Members, or overseeing properties, they're doing it with a smile.

We are hiring! We are currently on the hunt for a couple of amazing people to fill out our properties team. One position is newly created and the other adapted from an existing the properties team is evolving to ensure that we meet the needs of our membership.


3 days per week—Surry Hills

The WHS Manager is responsible for providing expert advice and a proactive approach to workplace health and safety issues across multiple sites and diverse environments with particular focus on facilitating site audits to identify hazards and risks to minimise preventable injuries. Also responsible for implementing and monitoring effective WHS systems, policies, training and practices that address key organizational risks and comply with relevant WHS and Workers Compensation legislation.

Key accountabilities:
Development and implementation and of WHS risk compliance strategy.  
Lead and advice on the undertaking of investigations following accidents or incidents including supporting managers with WHS/incident report system processes.
Monitor property compliance in relation to fire safety and maintenance programs including undertaking and administering WHS procedures for multiple sites.
Undertake property audit reports
Set up and maintain injury management program.

Essential requirements:
Extensive experience (5 year +) in a WHS role ideally with a geographically diverse organisation
Ability to function effectively as part of a team and work independently
High level of attention to detail
Incident and accident reporting
Superior knowledge of WHS, regulations and codes—including WHS Act 2011 and WHS Regulations 2011
Knowledge of property maintenance
Experience of risk evaluation and mitigation
Well-developed MS Office and database skills
Excellent communication (written and verbal), coordination and time management skills
Current driver’s license and use of own vehicle for business purposes.

For full job description and further information please contact:

Closing date: 12/06/17



Full time / Surry Hills

The Property Operations Manager is responsible for managing and ensuring the maintenance of Girl Guides NSW & ACT’s State Properties and related capital.  The Property Operations Manager must ensure that all property related matters are handled appropriately in line with current legislation and provides guidance on property related administration and documentation.

Key accountabilities:

Develop an overall property strategy (including management, maintenance and development) for Girl Guides NSW & ACT properties.
Review, develop and roll out relevant property related policies and procedures.
Liaise with key members and stakeholders including consultants, government bodies etc.
Oversee administration of leases and licenses for all Girl Guides NSW & ACT region properties.
Carriage of sales, surrenders and relinquishments of properties.
Develop and maintain a 5 year maintenance program for all State properties.
Ensure renewal of all insurance policies held by Girl Guides NSW & ACT.
Budget development and management.

Essential requirements:
Demonstrated (3-5 years) experience and skills in the area of Property Management and maintenance
Strong business and commercial acumen in relation to property assets
Some knowledge of WH&S and property related legislation requirements 
A proven ability to build and manage professional relationships
Demonstrated project management skills
Current driver’s license and use of own vehicle for business purposes
For full job description and further information please contact:

Closing date: 12/06/17

Page updated 22 May 2017