We are looking for an Asset Data Management professional.
To provide services associated with the development and implementation of maintenance design, including but not limited to the following;
Creation of Functional Locations (FLOCS) including lower level Functional Locations down to a maintainable level.
Carry out Maintenance Task Identification (MTI) Workshops via the use of Supplier FMEA, Design Drawings, Functional Design Specification and P&IDs, Equipment Maintenance Manuals, SIL Report, LOPA output, DSEAR, Management of Change (MoC), HAZOP and Safe Guard Registers.
Record inputs, outputs and attendees of each MTI workshop on an agreed database.
Preparation of risk based maintenance tasks and SWPs including with liaison with the Maintenance personnel to ensure that tasks are risk assessed, practical and accurate
Determination of Spares requirements and creation of stock numbers.
Delivering key work streams at all levels of the business.
Support project development of asset management capability and development of the tools and methodologies across GVG and within projects.
Experience focusing on realising the strategic value of asset management at enterprise level and not just the engineering/operational level application and experience engaging with representatives in this area.
Understanding and assessment of operating models and end to end process for asset management and capital delivery for asset intensive organisations
Life-cycle decision-making and the ability to manage and direct the creation of asset management plans, capital programmes or maintenance regimes
Assessing and managing risks at both a service/network level and an asset level.
Strong analytical skills and/or strong written, communication and presentation skills
Good understanding of asset management information and knowledge management
Good client relationship track record.
Ability to develop strong working relationships at all levels.
Ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams.
Relevant advisory / consulting / assurance experience.
Ideal but not essential:
Managing change in asset management IT systems and capabilities
Asset performance management
Contractor and supplier management
Asset care and maintenance management
Sustainable asset management
Techniques for whole-life costing and accounting
Asset management information systems
It would also be an advantage if the individual had practical experience of providing advisory services and if the individual had worked across a number of sectors.