This position is overtime eligible and a member of the AFSCME Collective Bargaining Unit.
The primary role of this position is to develop, coordinate and implement the City's asset management program which includes, but is not limited to: public works infrastructure inspections, asset evaluation and ranking, database set up and management, and geographic information system integration.
1. Develop and implement the City's asset management program including: E
a. Design, develop, guide, and manage the implementation of infrastructure asset management systems including the development of concepts, data base design, cost estimates and procurement, decision making systems, and data collection methods. E b. Administer asset management program or system including, but not limited to: conducting and coordinating video inspections, street scape inspections, evaluation and ranking of infrastructure assets and proposing repair or replacement schedules. E c. Manage the Public Works' annual pavement rating program. E d. Download, update and integrate inspection, evaluation and ranking data into the City's enterprise geographic information systems (GIS) and work with GIS staff on coordinating system updates. E e. Plan work to be accomplished, propose program goals, and prepare preliminary budget information, as necessary. E f. Provide technical assistance to team members and other department staff regarding policies, procedures and methods related to asset management, and assist with citywide asset management plan as required. E g. Oversee the work of contractors used in the development or implementation of asset management systems. E h. Perform technical research as related to specific programs or systems and present findings in verbal or written format to decision makers, co-workers or the general public. E i. Lead technical meetings with Public Works staff regarding asset management topics. E j. Coordinate program activities with other City employees, departments or outside agencies. E k. Prepare a variety of written technical reports. E l. Prepare electronic or hard copy maps for displaying information. E m. Serve as a leader of a team for asset management field inspection activities. E n. Assist and train other employees in area of specialization. E
2. Assist with stormwater compliance programs. These programs include, but are not limited to Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE), water quality emergency/spill response, annual reporting, and private storm system inspections. E
3. Coordinate with other City departments, utilities, and others who have assets in/on City owned property or right-of-way to ensure asset reporting/data needs from Public Works are being met. E
4. Perform related duties as assigned.
E denotes an essential function of the job
• Bachelor's degree in engineering, geography, environmental science, or closely related field • Two years of progressively responsible experience • A combination of education, training and experience that provides the candidate with the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered
About City of SeaTac
Incorporated in February 1990, the City of SeaTac is located in the Pacific Northwest, approximately midway between the cities of Seattle and Tacoma in the State of Washington. The City has a resident population of 29,130. SeaTac is a vibrant community, economically strong, environmentally sensitive, and people-oriented. The City's 10 square miles surround the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, which is owned and operated by the Port of Seattle.