Asset Manager


Trility

Asset Manager

  • He mahi ngātahi – Working in partnership
  • A blend of working both in the field and office
  • Rotorua – a great place to work and play

Come and join the team at TRILITY based in the heart of the Bay of Plenty, Rotorua. TRILITY are an established industry leader, who for over 25 years have been solely dedicated to the delivery of water, wastewater and reuse solutions across New Zealand and Australia’s municipal, industrial and resource sectors.

This industry leadership has been created through their very capable and experienced people who are striving to provide high-quality solutions to their public and private sector clients. Their full range of services includes financing, design and construction, operations and maintenance, asset management, utility services, and equipment solutions. Their capabilities span the full life cycle of water, delivering services to millions of people every day.

TRILITY, in partnership with Rotorua Lakes Council, is looking to fill the role of Asset Manager.  An interesting and diverse role with a mix of field and office-based work, we require a candidate who is tech-savvy and experienced with data and systems.  A solution orientated mindset, along with being customer centric, you’ll be a motivated leader who can deliver services in terms of asset data collection & management, asset condition assessments, asset renewal plans, maintenance management and renewals project delivery.  This is a key role contributing significantly to the overall operating efficiency and profitability of the contract.

Would you like to work for a company that brings all this together in a successful asset management system and also offers work life balance? 

The Asset Manager will be accountable for all of the assets operated and maintained by the company on this contract.  The role takes leadership and responsibility for the asset standards of service, asset data and system, efficiency of maintenance and renewal activities, asset reliability performance reporting, and life cycle costs. 

The Asset Manager will investigate proposed investment requirements and evaluate alternatives, including the development of concept designs for inclusion in the R&R programme.  Also, a key responsibility is the development and update/review of detailed Asset Management plans for all of the managed assets. 

To be successful in this role, you will have an engineering qualification or trade with equivalent experience. You will also demonstrate sound leadership expertise. Experience collecting and managing data across various systems, have a working knowledge of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), such as asset register, work orders, maintenance plans, failure codes and asset attributes are all desirable.  A working knowledge of failure mode effect criticality analysis (FMECA) and Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) principals and will have undertaken asset management work such as asset verifications, condition assessments and criticality analysis are also key requirements.

Experience in managing the assets for wastewater networks and treatment plants, along with experience managing CCTV inspection programs, the use of GIS, creating whole of life refurbishment and replacement plans and renewals project delivery would be ideal. Provision of support to Operations to develop, maintain and manage their maintenance system, experience in Asset Management Plan (AMP) review, AM system development, would also be looked upon favourably.

A fantastic opportunity to join this progressive company, based in a vibrant and thriving city with an abundance of lifestyle activities and outdoor pursuits on offer.  

Please send your application letter and CV to Kellie Hamlett, Recruitment Specialist at Talent ID Recruitment Ltd.  Kellie@talentid.co.nzwww.talentid.co.nz


Applications close: 27 August 2021

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