Asset Manager Jobs
How to Enter
Whilst there are no strict educational entry requirements to become an Asset Manager, many New Zealand employers are gradually preferring candidates with Building, Engineering or Construction qualification. In any case, extensive experience within either the Power, Energy & Mining industry can be hugely beneficial.
The typical job responsibilities of an Asset Manager can include the following:
- Recording inventory of company assets such as materials, tools, equipment and machinery
- Ensuring all records are up-to-date and accurate
- Monitoring the use of company assets to ensure efficiency, safety and compliance
- Liaising with other Power, Energy & Mining professionals, clients and contractors
- Designing and implementing maintenance programmes for company assets
- Creating policies for using company assets
- Negotiating and ordering with third-party suppliers
For many Asset Managers, career progression can often mean progressing towards Operations Management, Project Management or Finance and Accounting.
100K – 160K per annum (NZD)
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