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Marketing and Design Coordinator

About Us Assemble is a disruptor and an innovator. We are a housing developer and community management business, on a mission to make thoughtfully designed and sustainable homes, more accessible to more people. With a deep respect for people and place, we create communities that embrace diversity, reflect local culture, and nurture a stronger sense

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We're Hiring! Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator

The Project Coordinator role is to support and assist Project Managers / Directors and broader delivery team to coordinate resources, meetings and project information / activities to ensure Assemble projects are delivered on time and on budget in accordance with project strategy set out in the Project Plan. Other duties and responsibilities at the direction

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We're Hiring! Project Manager

Project Manager

Working closely with the Director, Design and Construction, Development Director and Senior Development Management staff, you will be responsible for the implementation of strategy, including coordination of design, identification and implementation of value management initiatives, buildability and contract tender and award. You will have accountability and responsibility from project inception to handover including planning, project

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Relationships Coordinator

We are looking for a Relationships Coordinator. Assemble’s relationships coordinator works alongside a passionate and dynamic relationships team, who are focused on providing a terrific experience to our customers, and ultimately supporting them into their new home, within an Assemble Futures community. 

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Digital Content Producer

This newly created role will be tasked with managing all social media channels across Assemble and Assemble Papers. Social media is a crucial tool for generating awareness and interest from prospective residents in our projects, cultivate community, interact with new audiences and strengthen our position as a housing provider working to build a better, fairer housing system.

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Meet our Relationships Manager, Justine Boland

As Relationships Manager, Justine is responsible for developing relationships with customers and supporting them to find their ideal home within an Assemble community. An exceptional sales professional, Justine enjoys providing exceptional outcomes for people seeking home ownership. Read our Q&A with Justine:   Why did you decide to join our team? I was inspired by

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Rob Moffatt joins as Project Director

Joining our Design & Construct team is Rob Moffatt as Project Director. We sat down with Rob who shared his thoughts on joining the team and ensuring sustainability is at the fore in the design delivery of our future key projects. Why did you decide to join the Assemble team? I am passionate about delivering

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Sam Delmenico joins as Director, Design & Construct

Introducing Sam Delmenico, who has joined our team as Director of Design & Construct in this important, newly created role. With 15 years of experience working as a leader at tier-one builder, Probuild, with a focus on the contractor experience, Sam brings to Assemble significant construction expertise, expertise that is critical in delivering on our

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Head Chef

We are looking for a Head Chef to help build and lead the kitchen team to produce simple food, done exceptionally well.

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Neighbourhood Experience Lead

We’re looking for a Neighbourhood Experience Lead, who is passionate about customer service. Our ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced, high service hospitality or retail environment, ensuring the smooth delivery of the resident experience, with a strong focus on customer satisfaction, for anyone that visits our properties.

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Homes for change

Image: Some of our residents at 393 Macaulay Rd, Kensington.   Over 2020, we’ve undertaken a process of defining a new path for ourselves. In partnership with Studio Round, our refreshed brand and campaign – Homes for change – supports our new agenda.  Each day we challenge and inspire our team to interrogate assumptions, and the diversity of skills and

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