AIQS Job Board

The AIQS Jobs Board is a portal that aims to connect job seekers with employers.

Opportunities exist for employers to advertise their job vacancies on the AIQS Jobs Board. If you are interested in posting a job or would like more information, email contact@aiqs.com.au. Current job listings can be viewed below. 




Depreciation Property Inspector

Canberra - ACT

Approximately 1 day per week or split over 2 shorter days.

Looking for an experienced QS who has had prior knowledge in doing property depreciation work. Involves attending properties on-site to conduct measurements and inventory of all depreciable assets. Ability to identify and cost capital works deductions. Some office work involved in processing  / checking of depreciation costings and schedules.  Strong knowledge of Excel and Tax Depreciation an advantage.

Work is part time / contract hours with regular work available. Good contract rate.

Might suit someone looking for 2nd job or semi retired.

 

Please forward your interest in confidence to below email address with a brief history of your experience.

Reply email: steve@writeitoff.com.au


Posted 14/08/2017






Estimator | Quantity Surveyor

• Excellent salary on offer | Location: Dandenong South

www.tbsaus.com.au | Innovative, Proactive, Sustainable, Collaborative

• Join our new and growing team – help shape our exciting future

• If you’re looking for more scope and diversity in your role – here it is

 

Positive, Proactive and keen to be a part of something fresh and growing!  Bring your passion for Estimating & Quantity Surveying to this well backed, innovative and exciting start up!

 

If you;

• See through problems to identify the opportunity – taking the initiative is your thing;

• Take an open-minded attitude towards doing things differently – if there’s a better way, you’re interested!

• Have a great stamina for work – you enjoy positions that are demanding, challenging and dynamic!

• Rarely skip corners and believe in getting things right the first time;

• Are seen by others as being reliable and trustworthy – you follow through on your commitments;

 

……then WE NEED TO BE SPEAKING TO YOU!

 

Welcome to Timber Building Systems [TBS]

Here at TBS, we have developed a unique and revolutionary post tensioned prefabricated building system!  A fully sustainable system destined for multi-level residential apartments, hotels, student accommodation, senior housing facilities and commercial office buildings. Join a growing, hardworking and committed team as we take our new technology to the building and construction industry. Our product ticks all the boxes, it’s sustainable, boasts a fast build turnaround time, offers exceptional architectural flexibility, is high quality and better still….  it saves money!  If you’re looking to join an innovative team that is excited to be offering something new, join us now and become a key influential part of our amazing journey! 

 

The Position

Reporting through to the General Manager and Operations Manager  the key deliverables of this position will be to;

• Prepare comprehensive and ‘best in class’ estimates for commercial and multi-residential buildings.

• Develop terrific supplier relationships and ensure all costings are up to date.

• Practice modern construction processes and collaborate with the team to find economic building solutions; and,

• Develop and improve the standard and presentation of our project documentation – we are impressive and always want to look same! 

 

Selection Criteria

This position is ideally suited to an experienced Estimator | Quantity Surveyor who is looking for an exciting career opportunity that has the potential to extend them and expand their contribution and skillset.

Additional Selection Criteria includes;

 

• Engaging communication skills – you’ll be a clear communicator who excels in a collaborative work environment;

• Sound planning and organisational skills – you’ll use your time well and take planned and methodical approach and have a particularly keen attention to detail;

• The knack for problem solving – you’ll view problems as opportunities and enjoy taking a creative, innovate and fresh approach;

• Good technology skills – you’ll be a skilled user of Excel and take to new software quickly ; and,

• Sound numeracy and literacy skills.

 

To apply

Please copy the below link into your Internet browser to complete our online application.

This will take you to our candidate hub.  Here you will find a list of currently advertised roles.  Please select 1276. Estimator | Quantity Surveyor and proceed through to the Online Application Form – it will take you just 5 minutes to complete and you can attach your Resume.
http://gcr3.com.au/applications


Applications submitted using the above link will be prioritised!

 For further enquiries please email the gcr3 Team at jobs@gcr3.com.au.


Posted 14/08/2017









Cost Planner / Quantity Surveyor

PEP has created a new position due to continued growth, which will suit a motivated professional. This opportunity will interest an energetic, mature and service focused individual who is interested in growing the firm.

To be considered for this role, you should be able to display your experience and capability in:

  • Working with a small team servicing a broad client base
  • Accurate measuring and estimating of construction costs and cost planning
  • Project budgeting for feasibilities, post contract administration and reporting;
  • Assessing project risk and cost reporting for financiers;
  • Life cycle costing and replacement reporting.

In addition to the above you should have:

  • Minimum of 5-10 years’ experience in the local construction industry;
  • Excellent written and oral communication/reporting skills;
  • Ability to work autonomously and take responsibility;
  • High level of attention to detail, presentation and formatting;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite and CostX estimating software;
  • Appropriate tertiary qualifications and memberships;
  • Proactive client management and business development skills.

 

A high level of client interaction and team work is essential to being part of our dynamic team.

The role is attuned to a broad range of projects in the commercial, retail, residential and industrial sectors.

The position attracts a structured salary package, depending on experience and career aspirations.

Applications showing your communication skills, relevant CV and referees should be forwarded to admin@pepsolutions.com.au .


Posted 07/08/2017







Research Centre Director (Associate Professor or Professor), Built Environment Informatics and Innovation

 

Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building

School of the Built Environment

Ref. IRC97873

 

UTS has a bold vision to be a world-leading university of technology. We are a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney, consistently ranked the top young university in Australia. With a culturally diverse campus life and extensive international exchange and research programs, UTS prepares graduates for the workplaces of today and tomorrow.

 

This role offers the opportunity to take a leading role in the development of Built Environment Informatics and Innovation research within the School while working cooperatively with others across the Faculty; exploring and leveraging their ideas, opinions and involvement to further develop the participatory, empowered environment in the School.

 

As part of UTS’s innovative and vibrant Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, you will join the School of Built Environment on a continuing appointment at either the Associate Professor or Professor level; for a fixed term of five years, 40% of your appointment will be as Research Centre Director, and 60% will be a standard academic role, with a balanced teaching / research portfolio.  At the conclusion of the term as Research Centre Director (which is potentially renewable, based on Centre performance), 100% of the appointment would revert to a standard balanced academic role.

 

As the School embarks on an exciting phase of growth, capable and motivated academics are needed to build upon the Built Environment research agenda.  As Research Centre Director, you will lead the development of the Built Environment Informatics and Innovation (BEII) Research Centre, generating significant research grants and developing highly effective team based research programs. For the balance of your appointment, you will deliver high quality teaching in subjects at the undergraduate or post-graduate level; the School offers degrees in Property Economics and Construction Project Management (at the undergraduate level), and Property Development, Real Estate Investment, Planning, and Project Management at the postgraduate level. You will build and lead your own research teams (including HDR students), actively presenting ongoing research to the Faculty and School and fostering productive links with other scholars and industry partners on the global stage. 

 

It is an exciting time to join the faculty and to be in Sydney, with the plethora of large scale construction, urban regeneration, and infrastructure projects taking place. As the successful candidate, you can be assured that you will be working with a supportive cohort of academics and will receive solid support from the institution in regard to research.

 

UTS is known for our industry focus, practice-based teaching and learning, real world research and our location. With state-of-the-art campuses and facilities, we’re preparing students to become global thinkers, leaders and innovators.

 

Remuneration

Salary Range: Associate Professor: $146,412 to $155,915; Professor: $182,053

 

The university offers 17% employer provided superannuation in addition to the base salary. This appointment will be on a continuing full-time basis with the Research Centre Director role fixed term for 5 years.

 

You will also reap the rewards of working in a supportive environment with employee benefits including flexible work practices, child care centres, generous parental leave, study support and salary packaging opportunities.

 

How To Apply

All applications must be submitted on-line at: Research Centre Director

 

Specific enquiries or issues with your application may be directed to the UTS Recruitment Team recruitment@uts.edu.au  or +61 2 9514 1080.  To obtain an information brochure on the School please contact Julie Small, Recruitment consultant, on +61 2 9514 2039.

 

Closing Date:  14 August 2017 at 11.59pm

 

We are committed to diversity and social inclusion, evidenced by our WGEA Employer of Choice citation, Wingara Indigenous Employment Strategy and the UTS Access and Inclusion Plan. We welcome applications from women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles), Indigenous Australians, people with disability, those who identify as GLBTIQ and applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Posted 24/07/2017