Associate Development Manager

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  • Job Type:Full time
  • Category:Construction/Technical
  • Business Group:Land Development
  • Location:Auckland
  • Job Reference:FRL34882
  • Closing Date:07 Mar 2024


About Us

If we could have it our way, people would talk a little less about housing and a lot more about living. That's because we believe the Kiwi dream is bigger than a quarter acre. It’s about living the life you want. So, we create neighbourhoods designed to nurture living in all its beauty, richness and variety. 

Why Join Us?

We’re a high performing and innovative business and are proud to say that we have a highly engaged and successful team. We have a fantastic people culture and encourage everyone to bring their full and genuine selves to work. Our workplaces are enriched by many different nationalities, languages, religions, and customs. We’re proud of this diversity and understand that it brings a richer and broader perspective to how we operate by helping us connect better with our people and with our customer base.

About the Role

As an Associate Development Manager, you will be instrumental in assisting the Residential and Land Development team with the overall strategy and delivery of projects from feasibility through to handover on completion. You will work closely with the team in the sourcing and procurement of land / development opportunities. The position requires coordination and management of a range of activities including initial market research, procuring consultants, compiling contracts, raising POs and financial budgeting. 

About You

We’re seeking someone with a genuine interest in pursuing a career in land development, who has a working knowledge of processes such as master planning, design, titling, financial budgeting and consenting. 

Other relevant qualifications, skills & experience include:

  • Experience in Property Development, Construction, Engineering or Planning and a relevant degree
  • Excellent relationship building and interpersonal skills and an ability to develop strong, constructive relationships with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Strong communication skills and influencing skills
  • A desire to learn and develop your current skills and experience
  • Strong organisational and project management skills
  • Ambition and drive to get results, and able to use your own initiative

Application Process

Applications should be made by submitting a CV and cover letter outlining your interest, motivation and what you would bring to this role by way of background, experience and fit for the role and our team.  Please apply online.

We welcome your individuality. We are enriched by so many nationalities, languages, religions, customs, and lifestyles. We are proud of our diversity and see it as one of the things that make us stronger.