Career levels

For more information about career levels and how they relate to each other and the industry, visit career pathways

 
Facility Officer

Entry-level role that provides administrative support and, at times, overseas maintenance tasks to ensure the day-to-day smooth operation of a building or a facility’s infrastructure. Suitable for those seeking the experience necessary to become a Facilities Administrator or Facilities Manager.

 
Facilities Administrator

Operational-level role that provides administrative support, including budgeting, procurement negotiation, contract liaison and documentation, as well as coordination of staff and office equipment during relocation, and at times supervision and physical assistance with maintenance tasks to ensure the day-to-day smooth operation of a building’s infrastructure.

 
Facilities Coordinator

Responsible for coordinating the operational management of a building or facility, including budgeting, procurement negotiation, contract liaison and documentation, and staff supervision to ensure the proper and efficient operation of all physical aspects, creating and sustaining safe and productive environments for occupants.

 
Facilities Manager

Organises, controls and coordinates the strategic and operational management of buildings and facilities in public and private organisations to ensure the proper and efficient operation of all physical aspects, creating and sustaining safe and productive environments for occupants.

 
Facilities Director

Senior role that has full accountability and authority for the successful coordination of facilities management activities within their organisation or business unit, often including multiple sites, types of facilities and employees.