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Manager - Asset Information and Data

Job ID: 7634
Business Unit: Long Island Rail Road
Location: Queens, NY, United States
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Department: Asset Management & PTC Config
Date Posted: Jun 3, 2024

Description

Title:                                            Manager Asset Information and Data 
Department:                                 Engineering  
Post Date:                                     6/3/2024 
Close Date:                                   6/17/2024          
Hay Point Evaluation:                  677 
Salary Range                                $ 97,344 - $146,016.
Position Classification:                Non-Safety Sensitive    
Location:                                      Queens     
Reports To:                                   Managing Engineer – Asset Management 
  
This is a Non-Represented Position. 
  
This position is eligible for telework. New hires are eligible to apply 30 days after their effective date of hire. 
  
Please note that this position has been designated as a “Policy Maker” pursuant to the New York State Public Officers Law and the MTA Code of Ethics.  As such, you will be required to complete a Financial Disclosure Statement that will be provided to you by the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics. 
  
Summary:    
 This position is responsible for managing the development, implementation, and maintenance of the Asset Information System and its integration with GIS, labor, and inventory control systems for Engineering Infrastructure Asset, to monitor, report, and analyze the information for existing and new infrastructure assets, including renewals, modifications, periodic inspections, corrective actions, work history, asset condition and performance, failure analysis and tracking.
 
This position is also responsible for the development of the Engineering Asset Information Strategy that will define asset information specifications (information to be collected), asset knowledge standards (how information is evaluated), asset information plans (how data is collected) as well as the systems and technology solutions that need to be in place to support the effective delivery of Engineering’s Asset Management initiative. The major objective is to ensure the asset information models, system solutions, and functionality meet all engineering disciplines' functional requirement specifications and that relevant usable data is produced
to support the asset life cycle management, decision-making, and reporting needs. 
 
Responsibilities:     
 
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
 
  • Manage the development, implementation, and maintenance of the Asset Information System for Engineering Infrastructure Assets to monitor, report, and analyze the information for existing and new infrastructure assets, including renewals, modifications, periodic inspections, corrective actions, work history, asset condition and performance, failure analysis, and tracking.
  • Plan, and coordinate with Engineering disciplines the identification of Asset Management data/information and reporting needs. Definition of data models and data attributes including spatial data, which will support the business processes and reporting needs.
  • Manage all activities for Engineering that are required to develop system requirements through a series of structured sessions with user personnel as well as with designated representatives from the Corporate GIS Team and Information Technology.
  • Coordinate all Engineering Department testing of Corporate Asset Management System (CAMS) Applications developed for each discipline’s assets.
  • Coordinate the design, development, and implementation of Mobile Applications Develop to collect each engineering discipline's Asset Inventory and Condition Assessment data.
  • Coordinate the design, development, and implementation of Mobile Applications developed to collect GIS information and work Order information (Inspection, Maintenance, replacements, corrective maintenance, etc.)
  • Manage and oversee the review and migration of existing data or applications into Asset Management Systems and GIS Systems.
  • Act as liaison with Information Technology and Engineering Disciplines to obtain approval of system design, Functional Requirement Specifications, implementation schedule, and final acceptance of the systems and technology solutions that need to be in place to support the effective delivery of Engineering’s Asset Management initiative.
  • Development Engineering Assets Information Strategy that will define asset information specifications (information to be collected), asset knowledge standards (how information is evaluated), asset information plans (how data is collected), as well as data quality assurance standards.
  • Manage the design, development, and integration of asset data systems with Infor- EAM asset management software. Manage and document design sessions with Information Technology, Engineering, and Infor configuration specialists to identify the
  • integration requirements. Develop documentation and obtain Engineering approval.
  • Select, develop, and motivate personnel within the department. Provide career development for subordinates. Provide prompt and effective coaching and counseling. Review direct reports and approve performance appraisals.
  • Ensure a safe working environment and adherence to guidelines of company safety policies and procedures. Lead by example.
  • Perform other assignments as requested by Senior Management
 
Qualifications:    
 
A)
 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Sciences, Engineering, Management or related technical/business field.            Demonstrated, directly related, equivalent experience and education may be considered in lieu of degree, subject to approval.
  • Must have knowledge of railroad operations, coupled with a technical understanding of rail infrastructure and Asset Management concepts.
  • Must possess experience with corporate information systems and extensive knowledge of statistical and analytical techniques and procedures for data analysis and trending.
  • Must possess experience in implementing information systems that support business processes and day-to-day operations. Must have knowledge and working experience of GIS applications, methodologies, and spatial analysis.
  • Must have supervisory experience.
  • Must possess an understanding of the processes and procedures required to manage documentary information collection, maintenance, updating, storage, and dissemination.
  • Must possess an understanding of the relevant industry standards and regulatory reporting requirements, including AAR (Association of American Railroads), CFR (Code of Federal Regulations), and FRA (Federal Railroad Administration) requirements.
  • Must possess an understanding of basic concepts and relationships of an asset registry, including the role of spatial, performance, condition, and historical data.
  • Must possess strong computer skills with working knowledge of systems architectures and relational database applications. Must possess business administrative skills to provide written reports, presentations, and analysis reports.
  • Must possess strong and effective verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to motivate people.
  • Must possess knowledge of operation environments, rail operations, sensitivity to customer needs, and sensitivity to potential impacts of erroneous data inputs and reporting on political/public perceptions.
  • Must have a broad knowledge of budget management and inventory management. 
B)
  • Knowledge of Asset Management Standards including PAS55 and ISO55000
  • Knowledge of theoretical and practical applications of computer systems, programming, and computer standards, including concepts of Cycle Based Maintenance and AAR (Association of American Railroads), CFR (Code of Federal Regulations), and FRA (Federal Railroad Administration) requirements.
  • Understanding of the regulations and procedures relating to asset/equipment management.
  • Working knowledge of Federal, State, and local oversight agencies/entities in the management of Computer Application issues and specialized training program implementation.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Engineering and company/department principles as they apply to all Engineering disciplines.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Infor and Bentley’s Optram systems.
 
 
Other Information:     
In addition to meeting the minimum requirements of the position, the selection process may include, but is not limited to a pre-screening assessment (i.e., physical, written, and/ or practical evaluation) and interview. Candidates forfeit further consideration in the process if they fail to participate in any step of the process when scheduled. Make-up dates/times will not be given. In addition, LIRR employee applicants must be in their current position for the 12 months immediately preceding the close date of this posting and must possess a satisfactory work history, including attendance and discipline record. A record of more than ten sick days without medical documentation in two of the last three years is considered unsatisfactory attendance.  Not all qualified applicants are guaranteed an interview due to the competitive selection process. A medical examination and safety-sensitive drug/alcohol test may also be required.    
    
Equal Employment Opportunity:    
    
MTA and its subsidiary and affiliated agencies are Equal Opportunity Employers, including with respect to veteran status and individuals with disabilities.    
   
The MTA encourages qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and abilities, including military service members, to apply.    
 
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