Civil - Environmental, Civil - Water / Wastewater, Civil Engineering
4 Year Degree
WSSC, the 8th largest water and wastewater utility in the USA, seeks a Water/Wastewater Asset Strategy Supervisor to manage the Asset Management Program (AMP) within the Utility Service Department. The incumbent will be responsible for the development of WSSC’s buried Water/Wastewater Asset Management Plans, analysis of buried infrastructure asset performance and risk exposure data and determination of buried water/wastewater infrastructure asset operational, maintenance, and capital investment strategies.
Specifically, the Water/Wastewater Asset Strategy Supervisor will perform these essential functions;
Supervises employees including selecting or recommending selection, training, assigning and evaluating work, counseling, disciplining, and/or termination or recommending termination.
Coordinates with Utility Services Maintenance Division Managers to enhance efficiency in Operation and maintenance strategies.
Ensures that the outcomes of WSSC Asset Management Program implementations meet the needs of strategic investment planning for the buried water/wastewater infrastructure including the development of asset strategies and asset management plans.
Utilizes data analytics to optimize Operations and Maintenance activities and cycles.
Supports the development and implementation of the Enterprise Asset Management processes and procedures.
Responsible for Management Strategy Groups and facilitates the validation of existing and/or the development of new Asset Replacement Costs and/or revise replacement costs as necessary.
6 years of progressively responsible technical experience in water/wastewater and utility operations.
3 years of experience managing projects.
Possession of a valid driver's license, with no more than 4 points, and ability to obtain a WSSC driver's permit.
Internal Number: 18-0196
WSSC is the 8th largest water and wastewater utility in the nation, with a network of more than 5,500 miles of fresh water pipeline and nearly 5,400 miles of sewer pipeline. Serving 1.8 million residents in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties since 1918, our drinking water has always met or exceeded federal standards.