Asset Manager Job Description
An asset manager in civil engineering and construction projects oversees the lifecycle management of physical assets, such as infrastructure, facilities, and equipment. They optimize asset performance, plan maintenance, and make strategic decisions to ensure efficient operations and long-term value.
- Develop and implement maintenance strategies to ensure asset reliability
- Create and manage budgets for asset maintenance and replacement
- Identify and assess risks associated with asset performance and safety
- Analyse data on asset performance usage
- Evaluate the need for asset replacement or upgrades
- Implement practices and innovative technologies
- Generate reports and recommendations for asset improvements
- Tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering or a construction related qualification.
- Have in-depth knowledge of solution specification, product knowledge, costing of solutions, life-cycle of products and solutions.
- A practical-minded hands-on approach with excellent communication and people skills.
- Handle financial transactions, contracts, and sensitive data
- Prioritise safety in all aspects of work
- Previous demonstrated experience in successfully delivering modern forms of contract in a maintenance environment.
- $130k to $150k per year in Australia
- $90k to $146k per year in New Zealand
This Asset Manager job description is a guideline only and will vary depending on the company, project and location within the Australian/New Zealand market.
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