Sound Transit PROJECT MANAGER - ASSET CONTROL Job Number #18-01291 Salary: $77,731.00 - $97,164.00 Annually
Closing Date: 02/26/2018, 5:00 PM
General Purpose Under general supervision, coordinates and conducts condition assessments and maintains the asset management system for the Agency's assets, including revenue and non-revenue vehicles, stations, transit centers, park and rides, administrative buildings and operation/maintenance bases, and related operating systems such as tracks, signals, communications, and traction power; performs analysis to identify the optimal intervention point where rehabilitation and refurbishment can cost effectively extend the useful life of an asset; supports the development and planning of future capital projects based on analysis of condition assessments, criticality and risk affecting customer service and operations; and participates as a team member of a cross-functional team in the continuous improvement of the Agency's Asset Management Program.
**THIS JOB POSTING MAY BE USED TO FILL MULTIPLE POSITIONS
Essential Functions The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. • Develops, coordinates and oversees the asset condition assessment program identifying the critical structural, architectural and safety elements to be evaluated on a regular basis and conforming to FTA standards and requirements if applicable; conducts on-going inspections, continuous improvement of the assessment process, and collects and analyzes associated data. • Conducts day to day coordination and oversight of Agency's asset registry and inventory including tagging (revenue and non-revenue vehicles, stations, transit centers, park and rides, administrative buildings and operation/maintenance bases, and related operating systems such as tracks, signals, communications, and traction power. • Supports the monitoring and evaluation of the Agency's ability to sustain appropriate levels of service based on customer demand and regulatory requirements. • Coordinates with Facilities in identifying appropriate performance standards, maintenance requirements, and replacement/repair costs and schedules and makes adjustments as needed; • Performs technical analytics to translate asset condition assessment factors into near term and long range funding requirements including cost of ownership and life cycle costs estimating; provides recommendations in prioritizing rehabilitation and refurbishment projects that can cost effectively extend the useful life of an asset; • Coordinates with the Operations Department staff review of preliminary as well as final design plans and specifications; and provides formal engineering design review comments to ensure new/modified vehicle, facilities, systems and equipment are designed and constructed for proper and efficient operations and maintenance activities. • Maintains the Enterprise Asset Management System (EAMS) for accuracy of asset status and tie in with the financial system; functions as the Facilities/Asset Control lead of the project transition process including early coordination with Project Managers, adherence to Agency transition policy and procedures; scheduling follow up for exception list items; documenting lessons learned to anticipate and avoid asset operations and maintenance problems in future projects; determines the nature of the assets being created or amended by the project and coordinates construction schedules to determine asset in-use dates; identifies assets being demolished and flags in the EAMS; and supports the configuration management process by ensuring appropriate documentation in the asset management system and controlled documents are identified and updated as affected. • In the absence of the Asset Planning and Programming Manager, plans, directs, coordinates, and reviews work plans for assigned staff; ensures that necessary resources are in place for completing program functions; and reviews and evaluates work products, methods, and procedures. • Supports Facilities & Asset Control adhoc projects and issues by providing input, analysis and participating in investigatory activities as needed. • Provides support to the Asset Planning & Programming Manager and others on matters as directed; serves as staff on a variety of committees; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence; attends and participates in professional group meetings; maintains awareness of new trends and developments in the fields related to area of assignment; incorporates new developments as appropriate; ensures processes, policies and practices are interpreted and applied consistently and effectively; ensures accountability and compliance with all current and applicable state and federal laws, Agency policies and procedures, rules and regulations. • It is the responsibility of all employees to follow the Agency safety rules, regulations, and procedures pertaining to their assigned duties and responsibilities, which could include systems, operations, and/or other employees. • It is the responsibility of all employees to integrate sustainability into everyday business practices. • Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in engineering, maintenance management, construction science, business administration, or closely related field and six years of experience in facilities/property management, project management or construction/engineering experience that includes responsibility for asset maintenance management and financial analysis; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Required Licenses or Certifications: Possession of a valid Drivers License.
Required Knowledge of: • Asset planning and programming, computerized maintenance management systems, and configuration management processes. • Business/industry principles and practices related to facilities management. • Engineering design drawings and technical specifications. • Cost estimating principles, RS Means, WSDOT UBA and similar techniques. • Building engineering and construction principles and practices including familiarity with building, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical trades. • Project management techniques and principles • Principles and practices of governmental budget preparation and administration. • Occupational hazards and standard safety practices. • Principles and practices of record keeping and records management. • Other pertinent federal, state, and local laws and regulations. • Methods and techniques of data collection, research, and report preparation. • Principles and practices of governmental budget preparation and administration. • Principles of business letter writing and report preparation. • English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. • Modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and statistical databases.
Required Skill in: • Utilizing personal computer software programs affecting assigned work and in compiling and preparing spreadsheets and reports. • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other department staff, management, vendors, outside agencies, community groups and the general public. • Interpreting and administering policies and procedures sufficient to administer, discuss, resolve, and explain them to staff and other constituencies. • Applying project management techniques and principles. • Strong interpersonal techniques with a consistent commitment and ability to work with diverse work groups and individuals. • Demonstrating a positive customer service orientation with both internal and external clients. • Excellent oral and written communication and organizational skills. • Strong analytical and problem solving skills • Preparing and analyzing data and reports. • Responding to inquiries and in effective oral and written communication. • Researching, analyzing, and evaluating new service delivery methods and techniques. • Working cooperatively with other departments, Agency officials, and outside agencies.
Physical Demands/Work Environment • Work is performed in a standard office environment. • Subject to standing, walking, bending, reaching, stooping, and lifting of objects up to 25 pounds; may occasionally be exposed to dangerous machinery, extreme weather conditions, potential physical harm, hazardous chemicals, infectious disease, and extreme noise when working in the field.
The Agency promotes a safe and healthy work environment and provides appropriate safety and equipment training for all personnel as required.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and value workplace diversity. We seek to create an environment and culture that embraces the differences of our employees. You will find an exceptionally diverse group of people at Sound Transit with regard to culture, beliefs, communication styles, and life and work experiences.
All qualified applicants are considered in accordance with applicable laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, marital status or veteran status or any another legally protected status.