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Asset Planning and Performance Officer

Asset Planning and Performance Officer

Recruitment information for an Asset Planning and Performance Officer position at North East Water.

Position Information

Position number R23/24-77
Salary $90,574 to $100,709 plus 11% superannuation, depending on skills and experience
Hours per week 38
      
Location Regional Headquarters, Wodonga
Position enquiries Nicole O’Keefe, Senior Assets Engineer Coordinator on 0407 808 565
Applications close 11:59pm 16 June 2024
Please note we may choose to interview (and hire) applicants prior to the closing date
Mandatory Requirements
  • Candidates must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or a foreign national with authorisation to work in Australia
  • Current Australian Driver's Licence

 

About the role

The Asset Planning and Performance Officer plays a vital role in supporting the continuous improvement and development of the organisation’s asset management to ensure and enhance asset reliability.

The successful applicant will support a preventative risk-based approach to asset management to ensure decisions are made with consideration to service expectations and expenses. 

Key Responsibilities:
•    Support continuous improvement through acquisition and maintenance of asset condition.
•    Coordinate and facilitate asset investigations, condition assessments and asset audits.
•    Support the management and delivery of renewal investigations and projects.
•    Collect, analyse, interpret, and verify large data sets relating to asset performance.
•    Support the delivery of Asset Management Plans.
•    Facilitate upgrades and renewals.
•    Prepare renewal project scopes, cost estimates, and assist with forward renewal budget planning.
•    Support strategic asset planning for asset renewals.
•    Contribute to the development of 10-year asset renewal programs and budgets.
•    Support and delivery of Asset Management Framework initiatives.
•    Support the analysis of asset risks, based on criticality, condition and performance data, and determine the renewal priority of assets after consultation.

This role is a full-time opportunity, including a monthly RDO and flexible work options.  

For further detail on the role, please refer to the Position Description below.

Key selection criteria

To be in consideration for this position please address in your application how you meet the following key selection criteria:

  • Experience in asset management and renewal planning.
  • Well-developed analytical and decision-making skills.
  • Experience undertaking onsite condition assessments.
  • Experience with procurement and contractor management.
  • Qualification/s in an engineering, data analysis or trade field, with relevant experience in asset management, project management or a related field, or other qualifications with relevant experience.

Position descriptionApply here

Applications, including statements against the key selection criteria, must be submitted via the above online application form before the closing date/time. Applications via email will not be accepted. 


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