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Melbourne - Permanent

Assistant Development Manager

  • Gain experience and skills across the full development life cycle.
  • Truly collaborative team environment.
  • Opportunity to kickstart your career with an established and growing business.

The Company

An extremely well known master-planned community developer with an excellent reputation and a national presence. This company values their team over anything and will ensure that you succeed within their business. Their team culture is one where they genuinely enjoy working together and are always more than willing to help. With operations all over the country, your career will be set on a course for success with mentoring and team collaboration which is second to none.

The Role

Your role will be to work on the development and delivery of major master-planned communities in Melbourne’s key growth corridors, initially to work on one of 3 newly acquired projects. This will include assisting with project feasibilities, ensuring that projects are closely monitored and are tracking in line with desired outcomes.

Typical responsibilities will include, but not limited to;

  • Maintenance of development feasibilities throughout the projects various stages.
  • Assisting with appointment of planning, design, survey, engineering and architecture consultants and working closely with them to produce concept designs and estimates.
  • Liaising with council bodies and authorities to lodge planning/engineering submissions and achieve approvals.
  • Liaison with internal Sales and Marketing team and external Sales and Marketing consultants.
  • Assisting with project delivery including tendering, contract administration, program review, budget forecasting, cash flow presentation, attending PCG and site meetings, Statement of Compliance, on/off maintenance etc.
  • Various other tasks across the development life cycle as required.

The Requirements

To be suitable for this role, you must have;

  • A good knowledge of the property development processes and how they come together;
  • A Valuations, Property Analysis or Planning background. Civil Construction will also be considered;
  • Experience liaising with both internal and external stakeholders;
  • Completed a university degree in Property or a related field;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

The Culture

Along with good all-round development skills, you’ll also need to fit into their culture. They like to be social and are very inclusive. If you enjoy getting to know your colleagues and being involved with team activities then this would suit you very well.

How to apply

To register your interest in this role, click the link to APPLY, or contact Liana Le Gros on 0419 285 708 for a confidential discussion.

Reference Number:



Jordan Ralph
03 8610 9600