Asset Management Technician
The City of Calgary 101 reviews - Calgary, AB

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The City of Calgary Career Opportunity
Reference # 203889
Closing Date: 27-MAR-2014

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Basic Job Information

Posting Title: Asset Management Technician
Business Unit/Section: Water Services/Wastewater Treatment
Location: 4302 15 Street S.E.
Union/Position: CUPE Local 38/Temporary (up to 24 months)
Compensation: Pay Grade 9
$31.34 - 34.48 - 36.21 - 38.01 - 39.94 - 41.92 per hour (2013 rates)
Hours of Work: This position works a standard 35 hour work week.

Business Unit Information

Water Resources and Water Services (WR&WS) together manage the quality and delivery of Calgary's water supply - from the river, to our taps and back to the river. We protect public health by ensuring a clean and reliable supply of water and by treating wastewater. We also manage storm water drainage, respond to floods and contribute to the conservation of our precious water supply. We're proud of the high standards we uphold. You will play a significant role in ensuring that Calgary's environment is protected for current and future generations.


The Asset Management Technician is responsible for the asset inventory of all mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, and civil assets for all Wastewater Treatment plants. This involves the initiation of new assets and the disposal of retired assets. The Asset Management Technician uses the Oracle Work and Asset Management (OWAM) application to manage all plants assets by collecting technical information, maintaining records, providing information. This position provides reports, analyzes OWAM data, conducts research, and makes recommendations to maintenance. Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Ensure the accuracy and completeness of the asset inventory, asset specifications, asset Bill of Materials data, and minimum equipment standard.
  • Register new assets in OWAM and retire obsolete assets.
  • Maintain and manage the preventive maintenance for all Wastewater Treatment plant assets.
  • Develop regional shutdown and turnaround maintenance plan.
  • Maintain and manage the operator route program for all Wastewater Treatment plants.
  • Develop and maintain the predictive maintenance program for all Wastewater Treatment plants.
  • Coach and assist plant staff in the operation of the OWAM application.
  • Ensure system data is processed accurately, completely, and on time.
  • Develop standards and procedures for the OWAM application.
  • Develop and run business objects reports.


The successful applicant must possess one of the following combinations of related education and experience: a completed two year certificate/diploma in Engineering or Business, with three years of related work experience, OR a related Journeyman Certificate or equivalent, recognized by Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training, combined with a minimum of five years of experience in the maintenance of a large industrial plant. A valid Class 5 Drivers Licence (or provincial equivalent), with no more than six demerits, no current suspensions or charges pending is required for this position. Courses in preventive and predictive maintenance, maintenance planning and computerized asset management would be considered assets. Experience with Oracle Work and Asset Management (OWAM) application will also be considered an asset. This position requires a good understanding of engineering principles and practices applied in life cycle management of assets such as the planning, design, operation, inspection and maintenance of industrial plant infrastructure assets.


Successful applicants must provide proof of qualifications.
Only education obtained from an accredited institution will be recognized as meeting the minimum qualifications.

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