Responsible for the management and oversight of the Engineering Department’s Asset Management Program.
Oversee and guide the development, integration, and coordination of the Commission’s asset management program and strategic asset management planning efforts.
Coordinate asset management program requirements with Engineering, Construction, Accounting, IT and Field Services departments.
Establish risk-based and fact-based methodologies to managing infrastructure needs.
Develop a comprehensive inventory of assets, condition assessment of those assets, improving coordination and communication within the utility’s operations, and improving the decision-making process for asset management based on quantifiable risks.
Develop life-cycle costing and long-term asset management plans for utility assets.
Coordinate and/or develop cross functional teams as required, to execute asset management research and investigations designed to determine appropriate asset strategies as needed
Responsible for condition assessment reporting and benchmarking
Work with subject matter experts and maintenance planners to support asset management program
Responsible for developing and implementing asset management strategies, policies, and procedures
Prepare cost estimates and preliminary background information required for candidate capital projects and capital programs
Performs related duties as assigned
Bachelor’s Degree in civil, mechanical or electrical engineering supplemented by at least (10) ten years of previous engineering and project management experience (preferably within the water/wastewater industry); or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
Position requires strong organizational skills, strong oral/written communication skills, the ability to meet deadlines; and the ability to establish/maintain effective working relationships with all employees and supervisors, along with external contractors, consultants, regulatory agencies, town officials and customers.
Ability to read, interpret and apply technical information from manuals, drawings, specifications, layouts, blue prints and schematics required.
Professional Engineer (PE) License also required.
Current Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred.
- Mount Pleasant Waterworks is an Equal Opportunity Employer -
About Mount Pleasant Waterworks
Just minutes from historic Charleston, South Carolina and beautiful area beaches, Mount Pleasant Waterworks (MPW) is one of South Carolina's Best Places to Work. We are a water and wastewater utility serving 38,000 customers in the beautiful and expanding coastal locale of Mount Pleasant. MPW currently operates four reverse osmosis treatment facilities and buys wholesale water from Charleston Water System (CWS).
We are always looking to add talented, enthusiastic people to our team