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Asset Management Information Officer
Permanent full time working 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Asset Management Information Officer to provide support in the development, implementation, operation and continual improvement of the asset management system consistent with council strategies and policies.
This role works closely with managers, actively engaging with all directorates, and assists users to develop a comprehensive understanding of asset performance and condition trends, cost profiles, and risk exposure through the analysis of asset and information data.
As the AMIO, you will be responsible for leading the development of the integrated asset data and geospatial information system (GIS), analyse user requirements, provide solutions and identify areas for development and deliver system improvements and enhancements. You will be a confident user of the council's Asset Management Information Systems (AMIS) and have an awareness of AIMS, MagiQ Enterprise, CAMMS, RAMM and SPM or similar software products.
You will contribute to the development in IT and ICT within council AMIS or AMF and recommend the adoption of innovative technologies and approaches. Regular reporting and analysis of information is required to identify trends and highlight potential risks or opportunities for improvement to stakeholders and actively contribute to the development and implementation of efficient workflow and information flow processes to support asset information solutions.
To be successful for this role you will need:
- At least 7 years' experience in a business analyst or similar analytical role within a physical asset-based industry sector
- Level 6 Diploma in a relevant related field
- Skilled with the use and application of GIS technologies
- Experience in training users with varying skill sets
- Experience in writing documentation and Training materials.
- Proven ability in interrogation of database systems and information management practices
- Proven abilities in data entry, analytics, and manipulation to identify trends, and their associated organisational risks and opportunities
- Build effective stakeholder relationships
It will be beneficial for you to have demonstrated success working with complex workflows in a dynamic and evolving enterprise environment, along with experience in managing linkages between GIS and asset management systems.
If you are ready for this opportunity, then we encourage you to apply now. We will be interviewing suitable candidates as applications are received and may close this advertisement when we have found the right person.
Napier is a lively and dynamic city, offering an exceptional climate as well as plentiful opportunities for family, recreation and relaxation. Improved road and air links are helping to make Napier one of New Zealand's most popular, liveable and easily accessible cities.
Napier City Council is one of Napier's biggest and most desirable employers - we value excellence, integrity, sustainability and outstanding customer and community service. Some of the benefits we offer include retail discounts, subsidised medical insurance, and 5 week's annual leave after 2 years' service.
We are an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status although applicants must have existing rights to work in New Zealand. Napier City Council is responsible for Civil Defence emergencies and as such, all staff may be called upon to support the response.
Our preferred candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment screening which includes drug testing and, for some roles, health screening.
To apply for this job go to: https://careers.napier.govt.nz/Vacancies & enter ref code: 6231574.
Applications close 19 February 2023