Asset Manager – GIS
$56,101 – $92,149 a year
The purpose of the class is to oversee both the management and technical administration of the asset management program, including the management of the department’s Asset/work order management system. The position is responsible for the continuation and improvement of the existing Cityworks and other asset management systems and will work closely with DPW Cityworks and other asset management users to define goals, projects and establish business processes.Supervision: • Exercised: Classification typically supervises.• Received: • Note: Other reporting relationships may applyExample of Duties: The Department of Public Works is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Cityworks Asset Manager. The successful candidate will oversee both the management and technical administration of its asset management program, including the management of: the department’s Asset work order management system Azteca’s, Cityworks. The Cityworks program curretly encompasses Traffic/Transportation Engineering, Urban Forestry, Roadway Maintenance, Bulk and Refuse Collection, Grounds Maintenance and Bridge Maintenance/Inspections.The Asset Manager is to oversee both the management and technical administration of DPW’s asset management program, including the management of the department’s Asses/work order management system, and departmental Geographic Information System (GIS).
The ideal candidate will also be responsible for all enhancements and continued improvements of the existing Cityworks and other asset management systems, and will work closely with Cityworks users and stakeholders to define goals, establish projects and business processes.The ideal candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following : Maintaining and improvement of existing Cityworks system Conducting further implementation into other potential business areas including Engineering, Permits/Inspections, Facilities, and Pavement Management Developing and maintaining workflows documentation; working with GASB34 compliance and asset management practices; Providing leadership skills, user support and training; Keeping apprised with advancements in Cityworks solution and ESRI’s ArcGIS platforms Managing system upgrades and technology solutions related to the asset management program; overseeing maintenance and data collection projects for the asset management program; Developing data quality assurances; working closely with all DPW units/divisions, including close relationship with DPW Cityworks users, to define goals, projects and establish business processes. Successful candidate will have project management experience; have strong skills in/with Windows-based computers, business process engineering, communication, public speaking, and diagnostic skills Supervising and leadership skills of other staff, analyse using office and software applications, and technical, report, and administrative/supervisory writing needs; Overseeing of assigned programs/ projects and major responsibilities GIS data maintenance, mapping and analysis activities supporting DPW; GIS workflow, and planning cross-departmental GIS activities with external stakeholders from other GIS departments. The preferred candidate should have an aptitude to work with information from a relational database, and provide a detailed inventory and summation of software products experience.Qualifications, Special Certifications and Licenses: Requires Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Computer Science or related field. Requires six years of related experience and practical experience with ESRI’s ArcGIS software.
Requires six years of related and practical experience in the fields of asset management, records management, and in geographical information systems preferably relating to asset management applications in utility infrastructure and business operations, engineering, and planning, including the development of technical data/record queries and relationship applications. An equivalent combination of training and experience (as approved by the department) may be used to meet the minimum qualifications of the classification. Strong knowledge of Windows-based computers and business process engineering. Supervisory experience required.
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