Stormwater Asset Manager, Raleigh North Carolina - Storm Water Jobs


Stormwater Asset Manager

Date Posted
7/12/2017
Employer Name
City of Raleigh
Sector Name
Local Government
State
North Carolina
City
Raleigh
Career Level
Manager

Description

The Stormwater Asset Manager is a newly established technical program lead role within the Stormwater Management Division of the City of Raleigh's Engineering Services Department.  The Stormwater Asset Manager will supervise a dedicated team with project management and GIS stormwater system inventory expertise to develop, implement, and operate a comprehensive Stormwater Asset Management Program (AMP).  The Stormwater Asset Manager and Asset Management group are organized within the Stormwater Division's Planning and Business Operations Team.  


Duties and Responsibilities The Stormwater Asset Manager should be able to demonstrate strong project management experience, supervisory ability and experience, and relay a keen understanding of municipal stormwater management principles and practices with a focus on managing infrastructure assets.  The successful candidate will be a proven team leader able to lead system inventory/asset management programs; support capital improvement project planning, cost estimating, and budgeting; and prioritize infrastructure asset repair, rehabilitation, and replacement.  The scope of the Stormwater Asset Management Program will include all aspects of the City's stormwater management system including constructed and natural infrastructure with the City's right-of-way and within permanent, public stormwater easements along with dams and structural Stormwater Control Measures (SCMs) that are owned and/or operated by the City of Raleigh.


Typical Qualifications Education Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental, Bio-Agricultural, or Construction Engineering or related engineering field, at a minimum is required.

Experience: A total of five (5) or more years of experience, at a minimum is required. Computer Skills. To perform this job successfully, and dependent upon the area of assignment, an individual should have knowledge of AutoCAD, computer modeling of hydrology and hydraulics software, and/or have knowledge of HEC models, Micro-station, and GEOPAK software. Certifications, Licenses, Registrations  Engineering Intern (EI) certification required; Professional Engineer (PE) license or ability to obtain within six months of employment preferred.Valid North Carolina Class "C" Driver's License


Additional Skills and Qualifications Experience in asset management for public works/utilities/stormwater infrastructure Experience with and understanding of municipal stormwater management programs and/or projects Knowledge of or experience with GIS/databases/asset management software Experience in or working with local governmental/public utility sectors preferred Ability to supervise, coordinate, and approve the work of a technical staff team Experience managing complex projects and working with consultants/contractors Excellent communication and collaboration skills.

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