Responsible for the overall asset management, work planning, training, and spare part inventory using EAM software.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES–Maintains spare parts inventory and audits on a regular basis; publishes a weekly spare part cycle count results to the facilities management team.
–Provides software trainings to end users and new administrators; serves as liaison for system problems and escalations. Coaches and educates staff on the EAM functions and best practices for performing tasks.
–Works with corporate EAM Business Analyst to implement standard object coding schemes, preventive maintenance procedures and scheduling; EAM reports.
–Manages work orders in the system for proper creation, planning, updating, and resolving of work orders.
–Performs data analysis on parts/assets and recommend software enhancements and process changes.
–Measures and publishes facilities KPI metrics to the management team; interprets data and recommends findings.
–Participates in EAM software implementation and provides training at the regional level.
–Provides support as a Tier 1 EAM for the facilities team.
–Performs other duties as assigned.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES No formal supervisory responsibilities in this position. May provide informal assistance such as technical guidance and/or training to coworkers. May coordinate work and assign tasks.
–Experience with enterprise software and understanding of standard work process.
–Experience with planning, scheduling, and auditing overall facilities/maintenance activities.
–Previous experience with EAM ASE, data analysis, and asset management preferred.
CERTIFICATES and/or LICENSESNone.
COMMUNICATION SKILLSAbility to comprehend and interpret instructions, short correspondence, and memos and ask clarifying questions to ensure understanding. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from clients, co-workers, and/or supervisor. Ability to effectively present information to an internal department and/or large groups of employees.
FINANCIAL KNOWLEDGERequires basic knowledge of financial terms and principles. Ability to calculate simple figures such as percentages.
REASONING ABILITYAbility to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situation where only limited standardization exists. Requires intermediate analytical skills.
OTHER SKILLS and/or ABILITIES–Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, and intranet/internet. Ability to use work order system.
–Ability to travel 15% of time