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Supervisor, Transportation Infrastructure Management

Posted on the 24 October 2014 by T_mackinnon @tedmackinnon
Job Description

This position leads the implementation and continuous advancement of the department’s asset management system. As the a member of the leadership team for asset management for Strathcona County this role will ensure the advancement and best fit for of asset management tools within Transportation and Agriculture Services (TAS). This role also provides advanced and technical leadership, expertise, support while providing supervision for the department’s GIS and technology initiatives and staff.

Responsibilities
• Develops a comprehensive asset management plan for Transportation and Agriculture Services (TAS) department
• Collaborates with all stakeholders on the development and implementation of best practices and work processes aligned with TAS Asset Management Policy in support of sustainable TAS infrastructure
• Analyzes existing accepted best practices, emerging technologies and management strategies and leads and supports development and implementation of procedures and policies
• Assesses, monitors and reports on all aspects of the asset management plan including infrastructure performance, life cycle analysis and level of service for rehabilitation and maintenance
• Supervises and directs County staff on collecting, updating, recording, sorting and reporting of information for assets under the asset management plan for TAS and other departments
• Coordinates TAS asset data management and collaborates with department GIS staff to meet TAS asset planning, financial, engineering and operational requirement including asset data, asset management tolls and processes to address transportation requirements
• Analyzes current asset conditions using the information collected to review and ensure cost an effective investment decision are being made for the rehabilitation and maintenance of TAS assets
• Acts as a liaison between technical asset management and financial stakeholders to attain full understanding of asset management and how it pertains to the reporting of capital assets and reports generated for Finance
• Ensures the department web mapping and map publishing is consistent and meets the current best practices as published and produced by the GIS Specialists
• Provides leadership and supervision of TAS GIS solutions and mapping services to internal users and customers
• Supervises, coaches and mentors branch staff

Qualifications
• University Degree in GIS or Asset Management combined with 7 years related experience in Asset Management and GIS; OR
• Related two year diploma in GIS or Asset Management along with 10 years related experience; OR
• Bachelor Degree in Engineering with minimum of 5-7 years of directly related Asset Management experience plus registered or eligible for registration with Associate of Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) or the Associate of Science and Engineering Technologist of Alberta (ASET); OR
• Combination of applicable post-secondary diploma or degree with related asset management training will be considered
• Advanced knowledge of municipal asset management and the principles and operations of asset management
• Proven leadership and general business skills as well as Project Management and Contract Management experience
• Advanced understanding of geographic principles and practices with expert cartographic, analytical, GIS database administration and troubleshooting skills
• Advanced user of ESRI GIS Suite of tools including ArcMap and ArcGIS and a comprehensive working knowledge of ESRI Geodatabase data format, ArcGIS data models, MS Office Productivity tools, SQL queries & Road Matrix
• Knowledge of Highways Development and Protection Act; Transportation Association of Canada’s Geometric Design Guide & Uniform Traffic Control Devices; Alberta Transportation Highway Design Guide; and Strathcona County’s Engineering Servicing Standards
• Valid Class 5 Alberta Motor Vehicle Operators License

The annual salary range for this permanent full time position is $77,314 to $96,642, working 35 hours per week.

Applications from this competition may be used to fill future vacancies.

Competition #200-2014-TAS closes November 7, 2014.

How to Apply

To apply for a competition you can provide us with either a completed application form (available at County Hall) or your resume. You can send us your resume by:

Email: [email protected]

Please note: attachments must be in Word (.doc) or PDF format. Please include the competition number and job title in the subject line of your email. Strathcona County is not responsible for resumes sent in an incompatible format, nor do we contact applicants to confirm receipt of resumes. For more information, please see the Privacy Statement.

Fax: 780-464-8521

Mail
Strathcona County Human Resources
2001 Sherwood Drive
Sherwood Park, AB
Canada T8A 3W7

Drop off
You can drop off your resume to the front desk of Human Resources. Our office is located on the second floor of County Hall at the above address. Be sure to mark the competition number of the position you are applying for on your application. Please note, our office is closed between 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. weekdays.

We appreciate and consider all resumes, but due to the number we receive, we only contact candidates who are chosen for interviews.

Thank you for considering Strathcona County as an employer.

Further information
780-467-7331
[email protected]

  • Posted by: jobsstrathcona
  • Company: Strathcona County
  • Province: Edmonton
  • Location: Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
  • Job type: GIS
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  • Job category: Management
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  • Job expires in: 45 days

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