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Property Officer


Location: Sydney

Job Type: Full time


  • High performing, diverse, inclusive, and supportive team
  • Proudly making a difference with the transition to renewable energy
  • 9-day fortnight | 15.5% Superannuation | Flexible working arrangements

The Opportunity

There is no transition without transmission and this is an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to be part of a once in a generation transition in Australia’s energy landscape. The role will support the Property Team Leader and Senior Land Economist in all Acquisitions and Property matters in Transgrid. Based at either our Ultimo or Eastern Creek office you will be someone who will have had exposure to either the property or conveyance/legal industry and preferably have completed a Property or Legal or similar degree. We are offering the successful candidate a transition into Infrastructure acquisitions and exposure/ hands on experience in helping run acquisition projects as well as Business As Usual property tasks for a large organisation.

In your new role you will support the team with administrative tasks such as managing leases and licences for substations and other infrastructure facilities. You will be responsible for ensuring bills are paid across our network leases as well as ad-hoc acquisition matters/ transactions and assisting with writing briefing notes. You will also assist the more senior team members in administrative duties giving you the opportunity to learn and have exposure to a wide range of property matters. You will also be responsible for preparing correspondence as required for both internal and external stakeholder engagement.

With your exceptional stakeholder management skills, you will build strong stakeholder relationship with both your internal and external stakeholders. You will be keen to learn, eager to develop and someone who approaches their work with positivity and a can-do attitude. The role is well supported by the wider team, and to with l gaining exposure to a wider range of experience along with opportunities for growth and career progression.

About you

  • Property or legal experience
  • Understanding of legislation, regulatory frameworks, and governing land acquisition in NSW and TransGrid procedures
  • High level of organisational and time management skills
  • High level of written and record-keeping skills
  • Cooperative approach to working in a team
  • Experience working in property acquisition environment
  • Self-motivated, hard working and detail orientated

Recognition & Reward

In return for your hard work, we have numerous benefits and initiatives to support you personally and professionally including but not limited to private health insurance discount, motor vehicle lease plan, career development support, study assistance program and workplace flexibility.

Continue to make it happen for your career, and for the millions of Australians who rely on our services every day.

Who we are

At Transgrid, our work improves the lives of millions – from lighting up sports fields, schools and homes, to powering the wheels of commerce and everything else in between. Now it’s your turn to make it happen.

This is an exciting time in the energy industry with the transition to renewable energy. Recent government policy documents outline plans to facilitate increasing transmission interconnection between states and development of renewable energy zones.

Applications close on Thursday 28 September

Please note, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change, we will assess applications as they are received. We do not accept agency introductions as Transgrid operates a direct sourcing model.

Transgrid is committed to Health and Safety, the Environment, Equal Employment Opportunity, Diversity and Ethical Practices. All applicants are expected to demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to these areas