Asset Management as referred to in this description involves the management of utility infrastructure physical assets.
Toho Water Authority provides water, wastewater and reclaim services to its customer. The level of success achieved in providing these services rest significantly on how the utility manages its assets. Oversight for the Asset Management Program resides within the Engineering Division, although successful program implementation is a shared responsibility across the Operating Divisions.
The purpose of this key position is to provide analytical and project management support to the Asset Manager in defining, implementing and maintaining the Asset Management Program. Activities include but are not limited to the following:
Work with organizations that acquire, operate and maintain assets to assist in the development and maintenance of Asset Management Plans.
Assist in the development, maintenance and publishing of asset related Key Performance and Level of Service measures. Facilitate continuous improvement initiatives involving these measures.
Ensure that data related to the acquisition, operating and maintenance of assets is consistent, correct, and captured in the Work Management System and the Data Registry.
Collect and analyze data to determine asset/system risk and criticality. Utilize this data to identify service improvement opportunities including but not limited to scheduled maintenance program, rehabilitation or replacement of assets or systems.
Coordinate the scheduling, performance and data capture of condition assessment activities. Ensure that this information is available and used to determine probability of asset or system failure.
Participate in process definition, improvement and /or simplification initiatives.
Utilize sound knowledge of enterprise, productivity and specialized software to perform the activities listed above.
Prepare reports and review with impacted staff..
Utilize standard methodology to translate incident or condition assessment data (probability of failure) and consequence of failure scoring into a criticality matrix for the asset group represented in the Asset Management Plan. Ensure that this information is available in a timely manner to support maintenance or capital improvement planning
Publish Level of Service reports containing key performance measures. Identify improvement opportunities determined from analysis. Present results to Division Directors monthly. Summarize performance data quarterly to be shared with the Board of Supervisors.
Assist in defining the scope, tracking progress and capturing the data obtained from condition assessment initiatives
Maintain the Asset Management Plans for assigned asset groups.
Utilize data extraction abilities and process knowledge to participate in continuous process and quality improvement initiatives.
Bachelor's degree in a technical field.
Minimum of two years relevant experience. An advance degree can substitute for experience
Must possess and maintain a valid State of Florida Class E Driver's License.
About Toho Water Authority
Established in October 2003 by a special act of the Florida legislature, Toho Water Authority (TWA) is the largest provider of water, wastewater and reclaimed water services in Osceola County. Toho currently serves over 100,000 customers in Kissimmee, Poinciana and unincorporated areas of Osceola County. Toho owns and operates 13 water plants and 8 wastewater plants. With a 300+ person workforce, Toho treats and distributes approximately 37.5 million gallons of potable water and reclaims 27 million gallons of wastewater each day. Toho is governed by a five-member board of supervisors responsible for approving all its operating policies and its $124 million operating budget. Toho was established for the sole purpose of providing regional stewardship over water resources in Osceola County.