Asset Management & Planning Project Manager – Village of Kaslo

The Opportunity
You will develop and implement sustainable asset management practices and processes for the municipality and coordinate training for Village staff. You will also provide planning project capacity through involvement with the Village’s Official Community Plan review process and other development planning projects.

This role
will help establish the Village’s Asset Management requirements across finance, administration, and operations, and initiate short, medium, and long-range programs for investment in rehabilitation, renewal, replacement, condition assessment, and maintenance of the Village’s infrastructure, buildings and natural assets.

Manages the development and implementation of the Village’s Asset Management Plan, related policy, staff training, and procedures.
Responsible for collecting, updating, maintaining, and managing the asset infrastructure database, condition assessments, and mapping.
Build and maintain the relevant parts of the asset registry through field inspections, historical data collection, determining levels of service, and generate reports using geomatics and asset management software.
Establish risk management practices, maintenance schedules, and performance measurement through a climate change lens.
Inform the preparation of the Village’s annual budgets, capital maintenance and renewal, infrastructure grant applications, and long-range financial planning.
Assist with planning projects, development review, OCP and Zoning bylaw review, and public consultations.
Perform other duties as may be assigned by the CAO, and may be required to attend Council, committee meetings and events outside normal business hours.

The Ideal Candidate
You have knowledge in the areas of planning, design, and physical characteristics of linear water and wastewater and/or transportation infrastructure. You are an expert with geographic information systems (GIS) and have used data management systems to build spatial databases. You are also an expert with the Microsoft Office suite, and know how to link data tables to GIS software. You understand the importance of data visualization and can present complex spatial and financial information in understandable ways. You can determine acquisition cost, present value, and replacement cost of tangible capital assets to build multi-year financial plans.
You have a degree or advanced diploma in a related field such as planning, engineering, economics, business, or geomatics, supplemented by membership in a professional organization and relevant work experience managing projects, consultation and training for a municipality.

Send your cover letter and resume to the attention of Ian Dunlop, Chief Administrative Officer, at by August 31, 2021.