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Technical Lead, Asset Management, Lethbridge

Last update 2024-06-14
Expires 2024-06-13
ID #2175382365
101,000 CA$
Technical Lead, Asset Management, Lethbridge
Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge,
Modified May 31, 2024


Position Summary Lethbridge County is seeking a driven and motivated Asset Management Professional to enhance operational efficiency, improve service delivery, maximize value, and support strategic planning and decision-making. The Technical Lead is responsible for the management, oversight, and ongoing maintenance of Lethbridge County’s asset management system. The Asset Management Lead plays a crucial role in ensuring the maximum utilization and value of the County’s assets. This involves collaborating with and leading the optimization of asset management strategies and processes. The Asset Management Lead does not have direct supervisory responsibilities but will lead and influence multi-department teams and individuals who report to other managers and directors. The Asset Management Lead is actively supported by the Asset Management Team, and will ensure the Asset Management system is current, accurate, and accessible to all departments. This role will ensure comprehensive asset management strategies are developed, maintained, and refined to drive maximum performance and value of the County’s assets, including municipal infrastructure, facilities, and fleet. Asset priority planning and optimization of resources for capital and maintenance activities will be critical in the success of this role. This role will work to optimize the Asset Management system and processes, including the implementation of expanded asset management modules. Further system enhancement modules may include maintenance scheduling and management, performance measurement and reporting, citizen engagement (CRM), and integration with other systems, etc. The County utilizes our asset management system for the purposes of capital project planning, operational planning, financial planning, inventory management, condition assessments, and risk management. Duties and Responsibilities Leading and guiding the Asset Management Team and influencing teams or individuals by leveraging strong collaboration and communication skills. Building effective working relationships, facilitating cross-department meetings, and coordinating initiatives that align with the County’s asset management goals. Analysis and optimization of processes and procedures to ensure best value for dollar. Manage the development, implementation, continuous improvement, and maintenance of the Asset Management System. Updating the Asset Management Plan, with support from the Technical Services Team. Present the updated plan to County Council when required. Coordinate efforts to ensure timely and accurate updates to asset inventory and attribution in accordance with the Asset Management Directive. Develop, maintain and implement user guidelines, standards, and policies for staff. Conduct analysis and provide reports to identify expected lifecycle activities, associated costs, risks and criticality to support operational and capital project planning. Provide leadership and technical support to staff for all asset management activities, including but not limited to condition assessments, inventory updates, reporting and data entry, etc. Manage and assist in comprehensive reviews of the current condition and performance of municipal infrastructure assets. Develop strategies and provide reports and recommendations to County departments for the rehabilitation, replacement, or repair of infrastructure, or modification of operational practices, to ensure value-driven decisions are made. Provide training to key internal stakeholders to integrate AM technology as a core business process that drives both capital and operational planning. Oversee consultants that provide services for the Asset Management program. Ensure asset management standards and procedures remain current and adhered to by users. Ensure that a high level of data accuracy and integrity is maintained throughout the system for the physical asset inventory and all associated attribute information. Conduct AM responsibilities in accordance with the Asset Management Policy and Directive. Review and amend these documents as needed. Communicate with internal/external stakeholders to coordinate activities, exchange information, receive requests and resolve issues as they relate to Asset Management. Coordinate and partner with department leads to develop sound and strategic asset lifecycles to ensure maximum efficiency and effectiveness of County assets. Work with all departments to implement sound business process to ensure that all assets are accounted for, updated and managed effectively. Coordinate and work with department Directors to ensure the Asset Management system and other County programs and projects are aligned and validated as required. Manage and assist in comprehensive reviews of the current condition and performance of municipal infrastructure assets. Participate in Asset Management development and training through involvement with professional associations and conferences in an effort to stay current with industry best practices. Provide expert advice and recommendations regarding maintenance activity delivery, processes, and operating procedures based on data driven decision making. Education/Training/Skills Post Secondary Degree in Asset Management, Engineering, Business Administration, Finance, or Operations Management is considered an asset. Professional certification or designation in Asset Management from a recognized institution, such as CAMP (Certified Asset Management Professional), IPWEA (Professional Certificate in Asset Management and Planning) or equivalent.5 years of relevant work experience in a medium to large enterprise, specifically in a municipal government, mining, or oil & gas setting is an asset. Strong working knowledge of asset management principles, practices and related software management systems. Proficiency in using PSD City Wide software is an asset. Demonstrated oral and written communication abilities. Exceptional organizational abilities with task prioritization, multi-tasking, and time management techniques. Present and carry out duties in a professional/mature demeanor in all situations. Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills, with an ability to lead people and display sensitivity, tact, diplomacy and professionalism at all times. Valid Class 5 driver’s license in good standing. Obtain minimal qualifications to participate in the County’s Emergency Coordination Centre within six (6) months of employment, subject to training opportunities, per Emergency Management Directive. Working Conditions Primarily office with site and field visits as required. May be subjected to inclement weather when working in the field. Use of Personal Protective Equipment as required (e.g. reflective vest, safety boots, etc.)Job Type: Full-time, Permanent Pay: $85,000.00-$101,000.00 per year Benefits: Company pension Dental care Disability insurance Employee assistance program Extended health care Life insurance Paid time off Vision care Wellness program Schedule:8 hour shift Day shift Monday to Friday Work Location: In person Application deadline: 2024-06-07

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Technical lead, asset management

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