Asset Planning Senior Analyst
Permanent – Full Time
We are looking for an Asset Planning Senior Analyst who has what it takes to succeed in a dynamic new team. As a member of the Parks and Property Asset Planning team you will be responsible for capturing and analysing data ensuring the efficient delivery of the Asset Management Plans and Management Improvement Programme (AMIP). You will have a proactive approach to asset planning ensuring the data relating to asset management and associated maintenances are accurately recorded and maintained, procurement costs and works are managed efficiently, customer feedback and issues are analysed and escalated in a timely manner to the relevant team.
Furthermore, you will be the lead for overseeing, maintaining and educating others on Council’s Asset Management Systems and other software systems as appropriate such as SPM (Asset Management System), including updating results from building condition surveys, completed remediation’s, Service Requests and any other sources of information that may contain relevant Asset Management information.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- Relevant qualifications and minimum five years recent experience working in asset planning management, business improvement and data analysis with a demonstrated knowledge of asset and facilities and data management legislative frameworks and the ability to interpret and apply as required.
- Excellent data analytical skills, data mining and report writing skills.
- Demonstrated experience with SPM Asset Management or equivalent Software systems as well as strong competencies using PC based applications such as spreadsheets and word processing software.
- Demonstrated strategic planning abilities, initiative, motivation and an enquiring mind.
- Demonstrated understanding and experience with NAMMS.
- Effective communication skills both oral and written with the ability to deliver presentations to a wide group of people and facilitate productive discussion.
- Effective relationship management skills to build and maintain successful and professional working relationships with key stakeholders, both internal and external.
- Awareness and appreciation of the responsibility and good judgment required to work effectively in a complex multifaceted organisation for the political environment the Council operates in.
- Effective time management skills and ability to work effectively without supervision and collaboratively as an effective team member.
- Holder of a current and valid NZ Drivers’ licence.
Working for the Kāpiti Coast District Council means being part of a caring, dynamic and effective customer-focused team who make a positive difference in the community we serve. If you’d like to be part of the team, contact us now.
Please find the Role Description on here.
The preferred candidate will be required to undergo the usual pre-employment checks, including drug and alcohol screening, criminal history, and credit checks. Please note you must be eligible to work in New Zealand.
Further information about the position and application documents are published on https://www.sheffield.co.nz