The Maintenance Asset Analyst will manage the evaluation, analysis and planning to preserve and enhance the existing Public Works infrastructure managed by the Maintenance Division. The Maintenance Asset Analyst will maintain the Maintenance Division's computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) outlining and establishing a set of planned actions, based on best practice, which will enable assets to provide a desired and sustainable level of service, while managing risk at the lowest life cycle cost.
This is a full journey level classification. Positions at this level perform a variety of responsible duties, including managing physical inspection, evaluation, and rating of Public Works infrastructure as a prequel to developing maintenance and capital replacement programs. This position will also perform a full range of asset management functions and Geographic Information System (GIS) duties: prepare formats and transfer asset engineering data from completed projects to appropriate databases; serve as a system matter expert responsible for analyzing, designing, implementing and improving work flow processes for asset management and GIS tasks.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
The Maintenance Asset Manager receives general guidance from the Maintenance Services Manager.
This position may exercise supervision.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Provide expertise and leadership delivering a risk based infrastructure asset management program consistent with goals and objectives of the division including, but not limited to, the following areas: asset management policy development; infrastructure evaluation and assessment; service level development; development of lifecycle planning for municipal assets; capital planning evaluation, validation, and prioritization; risk management planning; and policy development.
Develop and maintain Asset Management Plans for the following infrastructure: streets/right of way, storm drain, landscaping, facilities, drainage basins, and sanitary sewer.
Rank the conditions of the targeted assets based upon developed criteria to determine life remaining, life extension through maintenance activities, and risk analysis of failure probability and consequences.
Develop functional asset identification nomenclature and field data collection protocols.
Produce short and long term plans for rehabilitation of existing infrastructure.
Assist with the development of planning-level costs for projects in short and long term plans.
Ensure asset data and assessments are accurate, timely, and updated appropriately to enable decision making and planning for maintenance and capital programs.
Identify needs for GIS applications, including mapping and geodatabase development, maintenance, and automation.
Develop and/or maintain asset management and maintenance management software.
Maintain expertise in GIS-related software and technologies.
Coordinate the production of maps in the GIS environment for streets/right of way, storm drain, landscaping, facilities, and sanitary sewer reflecting existing conditions, projected decline of facilities, remaining life, and potential life extension utilizing established condition assessment software.
Communicates the importance of data integrity across the organization through personal leadership and rigorous process management.
Responsible for preparing, formatting and transferring asset data from completed engineering projects, condition assessments, and for all capital projects to appropriate databases.
Provides support and process guidance to operational department users to self-perform asset data transfer related to maintenance and repair activities.
Creates and modifies data files by entering electronically converted data into appropriate asset databases, and enterprise geo-database systems.
Participates in the development of divisional budgets focusing on funding needs for asset rehabilitation and replacement.
Prepares and presents reports and other necessary correspondence.
Supervise and coordinate work through interns, part-time employees, and assigned City staff to support the asset management program.
EXPERIENCE & TRAINING / LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE
Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:
Four years of progressively responsible experience in engineering project management, asset or infrastructure management, with three to five years of technical experience in GIS application and database management.
Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Geography, Cartography, Engineering, GIS, Computer Science, Construction Technology or a closely related field.
LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE
Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license.
Principles and practices of civil engineering.
Geographical information systems, database structures, SQL syntax, cartographic technology, SCADA systems, GPS equipment or other CMMS solutions.
Current methods, equipment and materials used in public works construction.
Current methods used in infrastructure assessment and rehabilitation.
Database implementation, management and QA/QC for computerized maintenance management systems. Specific background in working with engineering asset database implementation preferred.
Use of a variety of technical equipment and software applications specifically Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access), CAD programs, ArcMap and ArcGIS desktop and online tools.
Manage geographic data, spatial analysis and map creation.
Manage asset life cycle data.
Use computer-aided systems to produce maps and related property information.
Maintain accurate and interrelated database records.
Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, consequences or proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals.
Understand and follow oral and written directions.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work, often where relations may be confrontational or strained.
Use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines.
Read and interpret surveys, legal descriptions, maps and aerial and other photographs.
Contribute effectively to the accomplishment of team or work unit goals, objectives and activities.
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Mobility: frequent use of keyboard; frequent sitting for long periods of time; occasional climbing, bending and squatting. Lifting: frequently up to 10 pounds; occasionally up to 40 pounds. Vision: constant use of overall vision; frequent reading and close-up work; occasional color and depth vision. Dexterity: frequent repetitive motion; frequent writing; frequent grasping, holding, and reaching. Hearing/Talking: frequent hearing and talking, in person and on the phone. Emotional/Psychological: frequent decision-making and concentration; frequent public and/or coworker contact; occasional working alone. Environmental: frequent exposure to noise.
Work is performed in a typical temperature controlled office environment subject to typical office noise and environment. Positions may require occasional overtime; weekend work and travel is rare.
Closing Date/Time: 7/17/2018 1:00 PM Pacific
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