Halifax Water is hiring for the job of Asset Management Engineer. This is a regular opportunity in the Engineering and Technology Services Department and has full time hours.What the Asset Management Team does: Delivers asset management, and infrastructure master planning projects.Leads investigations to confirm levels of service, fill data gaps, and determine asset condition.Administers key data collection programs that inform work done by other departmentsCoordinates annual capital budget development.Provides regular reporting on Halifax Water’s assets (state of good repair and planning for our future services).Supports Halifax Water’s response to customers’ service expectations and growth demands.As an Asset Management Engineer, you will: Support the asset management program including the condition assessment program, advising on asset renewal needs, defining priorities for the capital budget and assisting with Asset Management Roadmap implementation activities. Work collaboratively on methods for predicting reinvestment needs by asset class.May be engaged in helping with enhancements to the sewer inspection program.Helps with addressing data and process gaps and participates in assessing asset management technologies. Acts as an asset management spokesperson, visits other facilities, and liaises with staff throughout the organization.To do this job, you need:A post-secondary education in Engineering (civil, municipal, environmental, or equivalent).
A Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) designation. Five years of progressively responsible related engineering experience with a focus on municipal engineering or asset management initiatives.Supervisory experience or experience coordinating multi-disciplined teams.To be willing to obtain an Asset Management training certification such as IAM, PEMAC, IPWEA.A valid NS driver’s license. This is a non-unionized role and the job description and benefits to working at Halifax Water can be viewed on the Halifax Water website (Work for Halifax Water | Halifax Water).Halifax Water Is An Equal Opportunity Employer Our goal is to be a diverse workplace, that is representative of the community we serve, at all job levels. We believe a diverse workforce positively contributes to its success, and the success of our community.
We encourage applications from qualified African Nova Scotians, LGBTQ community, racially visible persons, women in non-traditional positions, persons with disabilities and Indigenous persons. You are encouraged to self-identify in the cover letter.Application Deadline:12 noon on August 11, 2023Thank you for applying for a job with us. We will contact you only if we choose you for an interview. If offered the job:You will need to successfully pass a background check.You may need to successfully pass other pre-employment testing, which could include a satisfactory drivers abstract and a satisfactory drug and alcohol test.About Halifax Water Halifax Water is Atlantic Canada’s largest water utility, providing integrated water, wastewater and stormwater services for more than 106,000 customers on a daily basis.
For more than 70 years we have been proud stewards of the water cycle, providing clean water to customers, and safely conveying it back to the source. Through our One Team – One Water approach, our more than 550 dedicated emloyees provide essential water services to an estimated 383,000 people in HALIFAX. In addition to a collegial work environment that promotes a work-life balance, Halifax Water offers its employees a challenging and rewarding career with a competitive compensation and benefits package, opportunities for professional development, and incentive programs. As a member of the team at Halifax Water, you will be contributing to the success of the utility while delivering water, wastewater and stormwater services in an integrated, cost-effective and environmentally sound manner with a commitment to long-term sustainability.
Halifax Water’s goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative of the community we serve, at all job levels. Halifax Water believes a diverse workforce positively contributes to its success, and the success ofour community. We encourage applications from qualified African Nova Scotians, LGBTQ community, racially visible persons, women in non-traditional positions, persons with disabilities andIndigenous persons. Halifax Water encourages applicants to self-identify in the cover letter.