Asset Management Technician, Engineering 10 Hours per week
6 month probationary rate $22.89 per hour, full rate $24.06 per hour Engineering Informational Flyer
Purpose/Customer Impact: To maintain Asset Information Management (AIM) data. To provide technical and customer service support for Operations and AMaP departments.
Reports to: Senior Project Engineer
Direct Reports: None
Interrelationships: Daily contact with internal customers(AMaP, Operations, and Administrative staff). Regular contact with contractors, consultants and municipal staff.
Independent Action: Limited direct supervision with recommendation authority.
- Act as a lead resource in maintenance of the Asset Information Management (AIM) system for District. Create, update and QA/QC all classes of assets in the asset register.
- Assist in analysis of asset information to evaluate asset conditions and maintenance priorities.
- Participate in the development of work processes and standards for the use and analysis of asset information.
- Prepare and maintain accurate location and construction records for the District's facilities using GPS, GIS, CAD, and computer-based asset management system.
- Provide accurate and timely drafting services from concept sketches in preparation of finished plans for the District's facilities.
- Prepare Location and Permit Applications in compliance with State Law.
- Review city, state, and private plans for conflicts and recommend design changes that meet the District's standards.
- Provide customers with accurate and timely information regarding the District's facilities.
- Provide field asset support such as location, assessment, and testing of water and wastewater field infrastructure. Maintain compliance with OSHA standards, DOT regulations, and PWD policies. Train field staff on asset management concepts.
- Perform general office, clerical tasks such as: copying, data entry, and filing.
- Perform other related duties as required.
Essential Job Functions: Bending, climbing, crawling, kneeling, lifting(max 25lbs), reaching, sitting, squatting, standing, twisting, visual accuracy, walking, repetitive arm/shoulder use, computer/keyboard use, clear verbal and written communication, driving.
Minimum Requirements: An individual must be able to perform Essential Job Functions and Accountabilities satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
- Possess an Associates Degree in Civil Engineering Technology or an equivalent combination of experience and training.
- Demonstrate knowledge and experience with computers, asset management software, engineering plans and other utility records.
- Possess advance level skills using GIS, GPS, and Asset Management software.
- Possess ability to make high quality drawings using PWD CAD drafting technology.
- Function independently utilizing effective problem solving skills. Apply knowledge, judgment and tact to work towards a prompt resolution. Participate in successfully completing projects with proven approach and organization skills.
- Ability to function in a team environment with associated skills to motivate others, resolve problems and obtain positive results.
- Possess a valid State of Maine Class II Water Operator's License. An unlicensed applicant may be given up to two years from date of hire to obtain the license.
- Possess a valid State of Maine Drivers License, with a clean driving record.
- Possess the ability to interpret construction drawings and specifications.
- Possess the skills to review, manage and instruct District staff in record keeping and asset management standards.
- Possess good customer service skills.
- Possess well developed communication skills.
- Possess analytical aptitude and decision-making skills.
- Possess skills in Windows Office productivity software (Word, Excel, Powerpoint).
- Possess comprehensive knowledge of the water/wastewater construction standards and operating procedures.
- Possess three years of utility construction experience.
- Demonstrate knowledge of OSHA, DOT and PWD safety policies.