To plan, implement and evaluate all aspects of a recreation facility, including strategic direction, human resources, stakeholder management, operations, finances and asset management
  • Strategic planning and management 
  • Stakeholder relationship management 
  • Project management 
  • Operational management 
  • Asset management
  • Contract management 
  • Programme management
  • Developing and implementing systems   
  • Programme management
  • Human resources
  • Leadership
  • Customer service
  • Health and safety
  • Risk management
  • Quality assurance
  • Budgeting
  • Sales and marketing
  • Innovation
  • Entrepreneurism
  • Legislation and compliance
  • Facility operations
  • Asset management
  • Technical expertise in one or more of the activities that operate within the facility

Preferably a qualification in facility management, asset management or a related field, to diploma or certificate level

  • Manager of a larger facility
  • Chief executive
  • Planning
Medium
$55K-$150K per year, depending on the size and scope of the facility
  • Smaller facilities: 500
  • Larger facilities: 200
Medium
Depends on the size and type of facility

New Zealand Diploma in Facility Management (Level 6)


Check the New Zealand Recreation Association website for job vacancies



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