San Juan Water District seeks a CMMS/GIS Coordinator
The CMMS/GIS Coordinator is a new position that will be responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) for the management of District assets and work operations as well as performing GIS related duties. Duties include:
Coordinating with vendors, consultants, and internal departments to gather asset information and develop a comprehensive database as the foundation for the CMMS.
Championing the creation of new asset entries and modifying asset characteristics such as cost, group, type, area, or criticality descriptions as necessary.
Participating in the development of procedures to collect and maintain data records, including assignment of asset codes, asset data catalogs, and population of life cycle costs, timing and criticalities.
Creating, modifying and/or deleting Work Order templates, creating and maintaining employee accounts in CMMS.
Reviewing Operation’s Work Orders and Service Requests to insure quality of work flow and provide necessary reviews, comments, training and/or corrections to situations as needed.
The Ideal Candidate…
To be considered, candidates should have a strong knowledge of asset processes and data flow; strong understanding of CMMS software and hardware systems, their implementation and maintenance; basic GIS concepts, principles and analytical techniques including mapping and attribute-data conversion, manipulation and analysis; and an ability to coordinate the collection of capital asset information and develop and employ methods that ensure accurate data collection.
Education: A college degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Finance, Accounting, Engineering, Computer Science or a related technology field.
Experience: Five years of asset management experience providing enterprise support for applications, in a water utility setting preferred.
Compensation and Benefits…
The hourly range is $35.12 to $42.15 with placement dependent on experience. The District offers competitive benefits which include District contribution to CalPERS retirement, medical, dental and vision for employee and dependents; District paid life insurance; 12 paid days of sick leave; 11 paid holidays; and paid vacation depending on length of service.
The position is open until filled with the initial screening of applications on Friday April 26, 2019. To be considered for this position, please submit a District application, resume and cover letter, and three professional references to Shellie Anderson at Bryce Consulting.