Under general supervision, the Asset Management Coordinator will be responsible for preparation, development and maintenance of the Municipal Asset Management system and providing strategic planning to enhance asset management plans, ensuring compliance of asset management plans and coordinating the development of Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo Capital Works Program.
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Assists the Manager/Asset Management Engineer with overall program service delivery through direct involvement in daily operation.
Assists in the planning and evaluation of municipal assets by continuous improvement that defines the community’s expected levels of service and guide future investment into the renewal and provision of new/upgraded asset-based services.
Preparation and management of grants from external funding bodies for the implementation of the RMWB’s asset improvement and rehabilitation projects.
Develop annual and five years maintenance and capital improvement programmers for all asset groups.
Input into and prepare master works program, focusing on maintenance and replacement of assets.
Prepare budgets associated with asset management, ensuring full lifecycle costs are considered.
Assist coordinating all entries into TCA and GIS asset inventory including quality control of data entered.
Ensure that asset management plans are developed and are a key requirement for the acquisition of assets.
Assist developing long term asset management financial plans as part of Council's overall financial plan.
Define and maintain key data elements which allow assets to be classified, identified, described, located, valued and assessed.
Apply continuous improvement principles to managing assets and service levels.
Ensure asset registers are kept up to date.
Monitoring and coordinating updates as well as implementation of Pavement Management System, Bridge Management System, various master plans including Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo Transportation Master Plan, Waste Water and Storm Water Master Plan and various future studies.
Participate in the Development, implementation and maintenance of asset management tools such as the Asset Registry.
Analyze and summarize program financial and resource forecasting.
Participate in the design, documentation and implementation of process improvements.
Prepare maintenance budgets, replacement/renewal budgets, recurrent budgets and budget bids.
Perform other related duties as required.
Degree in Business Administration, Engineering, Information System or related discipline, combined with three (3) years’ experience in an analytical role in a project management or asset management environment.
Diploma in Business Administration, Engineering, Information System or related discipline, combined with seven (7) years’ experience in an analytical role in a project management or asset management environment.
Accounting Designation (CA, CMA or CGA) is an asset.
You will possess the following:
Knowledge and experience in asset management, including planning, budgeting, life cycle costing, management/maintenance programs and business case development.
Knowledge and experience in conducting asset management modelling, including statutory reporting.
Experience in asset management system design and integration to existing databases.
Well-developed communication skills with the ability to collaborate with people at all levels through liaison, negotiation and consultation.
Knowledge and experience with integrating asset management asset capture with GIS, incorporating GIS.
Above average planning, analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills.
Energetic, motivated, achievement oriented, and disciplined with a strong orientation toward detail.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, leaders, and external contacts and interacts in a manner that builds trust, credibility, and rapport.
Strong judgment and high ethical standards.
Working knowledge of AutoCAD, GIS and Microsoft Office software.
Must be capable of acquiring knowledge of Municipal Bylaws, processes and procedures.
Valid Alberta Class Five (5) driver’s licence and a personal vehicle for business use are required. (clear driving record is an asset)
Must be willing to attend evening meetings.
Must be willing to work outdoors in all weather conditions.