Asset Systems Management Analyst

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A bit about us:

Our mission: Provide progressive regional management of sewage and stormwater that protects the environment and serves our community.

Why join us?

We offer comprehensive, competitive rewards in the form of compensation and benefits. Among these are work-life balance and sports programs, 401(k) Plan, health & well-being program with full health plan, and a flexible working program.

Job Details


Plans, designs and deploys computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) related system solutions to best enhance the District’s capabilities to manage the whole lifecycle of District assets. Provides data input to CMMS as needed. Responsible for assisting leading workgroups to manage tasks with a project, program or workflow to successfully reach desired deliverables. Responsible for conducting complex geospatial and geostatistical analysis, performs Geographic Information System (GIS) data management and develops GIS tools and products, including but not limited to maps, apps, datasets, scripts and summary reports. Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required.


Responsible for deploying and auditing Asset Management Standard Procedures, including controls and system enhanced capabilities. Identifies opportunities to improve CMMS/GIS capabilities and utilization to better enhance District Asset Management principles and processes. Ensures that accurate levels of data integrity associated with Asset Management principles are correctly and consistently captured.
Implements improved methods in the tracking of maintenance, repair and replacement program data. Assists the Analyst II with reviews of asset usage, alternative products and other attributes to identify opportunities for continuous improvement and cost reduction. Utilizes the system’s spatial analysis capability to better track maintenance and replacement program data.
Researches trends to determine applicable intervention activities. Utilizes data for problem identification and/or bottleneck recognition. Identifies risks/issues and assists with making recommendations on business and operational process improvements within the department and assists with the implementation.
Creates, analyzes, reports, converts and/or transfers data using industry-standard or customized GIS/CMMS software tools. Utilizes problem analysis and problem-solving skills, evaluating all possible alternatives and recommending best solutions/courses of action to meet organization, customer, project and/or program needs.
Develops field inspection workflows and performs asset related field inspections as needed to collect data to support the CMMS application.
Provides GIS-related technical and analytical support as needed, including but not limited to, research, data management, map and application development, project progress tracking.
Transforms performance metrics, KPI’s and other data into comprehensible formats, such as diagrams, workflows and flowcharts for District stakeholders.
Develops and applies expertise in software utilities, such as CMMS, GIS, Microsoft Office to incorporate into the development of standard operating procedures and strategies.
Creates, analyzes and presents various data, including but not limited to results, reports, findings, plans, recommendations, to diverse audiences at various levels throughout the District.
Trains, develops and coaches staff in areas where CMMS and GIS activities are required.
Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required.


Candidate must possess bachelor’s degree, preferably in Information Services, Engineering, Business Administration or a closely related field.


Candidate must possess two (2) years of experience in managing and analyzing asset data in areas of planning, corrective or continuous improvement initiatives and processes to qualify for the Analyst I role.
Experience in GIS is required and experience leading projects and/or processes is preferred to qualify for the Analyst I role.

Candidate must possess five (5) years of experience in managing and analysis of asset related data in areas of planning, corrective or continuous improvement initiatives and processes. Advanced experience in GIS is required to qualify for the Analyst II role.
Experience leading people, projects and/or processes is preferred to qualify for the Analyst II role.

Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license with a driving record in accordance with the District’s acceptable guidelines.


Candidate must possess knowledge in asset management principles and practices.
Candidate must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Visio. Experience in the utilization of a CMMS application and GIS applications. Ability to learn new tools, software and processes as project needs dictate.
Candidate must possess excellent organizational skills, pay attention to detail and be efficient.
Candidate must possess the ability to work under pressure, compile information and make informed decisions.
Candidate must possess strong analytical, technical and time management skills. The ability to present information to a broad audience of users. Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment, anticipate business needs and work efficiently individually or as part of a team.
Candidate must be able to critically evaluate data, information and ideas and provide recommendations.
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Cleveland, OH
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$55,000 - $90,000