REQUIREMENTS: A three year tertiary qualification (NQF Level 6) in Property Management, Town and Regional Planning, Asset Management, Financial Management and Economics with extensive working experience in the built environment. Valid drivers license. Must be prepared to travel. Willing to adapt work schedule in accordance with professional requirements. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act, Financial Administration, Procurement Directives and Procedures, programme and Project Planning, Market Research, Property Economics and Reporting procedures. Effective communication skills, advanced report writing skills, computer literacy, planning and organizing, numeracy, diplomacy skills, interpersonal skills, policy analysis and development skills, problem solving and presentation skills. Personal Attributes: Innovative, creative, hardworking, self-motivated, ability to work under pressure, ability to communicate on all levels, analytical thinking, conflict resolution, research and facilitation. DUTIES: Evaluate the cost-of-service delivery on a property specific basis. Track and measure the cost-of-service delivery on a property specific basis. Compare the performance of assets against clearly defined benchmarks. Assist with determining of relevant benchmarks. Identify areas of underperformance and initiate actions to address problems. Evaluate the effectiveness of immovable assets in support of service delivery in terms of: Physical condition, functionality, utilization, financial performance, relevant industry property performance indices. Develop asset plans in conjunction with PPM, UDM and client Departments. Interpret property specific information and prepare an asset plan for each property addressing all stages of the asset life-cycle i.e planning, acquisition, maintenance and disposal. Offer and elicit advice/assistance from other organs of state in the search for best practices in the property Environment. Updating of Asset Register, Vesting of State Land, Revenue Generation, Information Systems, and Business Processes. Understand the legal mandate of the Department. Ability to oversee, monitor and manage all projects related matters within a Real Estate Environment with specific emphasis on OBB, Land reform projects Cross cutting/multi disciplinary environment Transversal issues. Client Forum meetings, Manage the office of the Director. Strategic guidance to operational plans & annual action plans. Give effect to the service delivery mandate of the department in the REMS environment. RBEC meetings/War room meeting. Liaise with Head Office on key performance areas, Give effect to business process within the leasing environment Develop Asset plans in conjunction with PPM, KAM and the Client Departments. Offer and elicit advice/assistance from other organs of state in the search for best practices in the Property Environment.