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SALARY: $36.81 - $52.40 / Hourly
Irvine Ranch Water District is accepting application for an Asset Maintenance Coordinator who under general supervision will plan, schedule and coordinate a broad spectrum of predictive, corrective, and preventive maintenance activities for all District maintenance operations using the District’s Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system. The incumbent will interact and coordinate work schedules with managers and supervisors to ensure required materials, tools, equipment and staff are available. Additionally, the incumbent will perform EAM activities and maintain an up to date EAM database that encompasses assets from the District’s domestic and recycled water treatment plants, biosolids facilities, sewer collection system, domestic and recycled water distribution systems, well facilities, and natural treatment systems.
SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
- Plan and Schedule work for assigned department utilizing the District’s EAM system.
- Estimate craft labor, resources, and materials while reviewing / managing work requests and service requests.
- Coordinate with supervisors to develop a multi-week schedule utilizing available labor estimates that include work assignments to be reviewed and approved by Managers.
- Visit jobsites for clarification, perform field inspections and investigations as needed.
- Support the selection of stocked items and procuring it from the warehouse.
- Support the determination of material needs and ordering of nonstock items.
- Maintain and update the EAM database, including collecting and updating asset data attributes and photos, revising asset hierarchies, and evaluating asset conditions.
- Perform field inspections and investigations as needed.
- Respond to asset and work order information requests utilizing the District’s EAM systems.
- Collaborate with others to identify types of maintenance activities for all asset classes within the District.
- Collaborate with others to develop detailed job plans (tasks, resources, parts, duration, frequency, etc.) for preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance repair/ replacement activities.
- Ensure all aspects of environmental, regulatory and safety policies are incorporated into all job plans.
- Periodically generate lists of planned maintenance activities using the District’s work order management system.
- Coordinate with supervisors and managers to setup/ prioritize upcoming maintenance work orders and facilitate the resolution of pending maintenance repairs/ replacements.
- Review maintenance schedules to determine required materials and parts. Coordinate with Maintenance, Operations, and Purchasing staff to ensure materials and parts are available as needed.
- Process and review completed work orders for completeness, accuracy, comments, and variances.
- Follow-up to adjust asset information, existing job plans, and maintenance frequencies, as needed.
- Collect work history, site documentation, and supplemental information to ensure asset and work order records are current and complete.
- Prepare weekly, monthly, and annual status reports (e.g. planned vs. completed work orders, percentage of work order type, etc.).
- Comply with safety work-related practices and attend relevant safety training.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent and five years of journey-level electrical/ instrumentation and/ or mechanical experience in the water and/or water recycling industry is required.
College courses and/ or completion of recognized specialized training courses relating to water and/or recycled water plant equipment is desired.
Knowledge of mechanical and/or electrical/ instrumentation equipment and associated installation, maintenance, and repair practices and the ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, installation manuals is required. LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Depending upon assignment, valid Class ‘C’ California Driver’s License may be required.
Grade II Mechanical Technologist Certificate or Grade II Electrical/ Instrumentation Technologist Certificate issued by the California Water Environment Association desired.
Related Collections System Maintenance, Treatment, and/or Water Distribution Certifications are desired. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
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