Company: New York Power Authority
Posted on: January 16, 2022
The Asset Manager provides strategic leadership in risk-based and
fact-based methodologies to manage infrastructure assets. Supports
enterprise wide asset management to ensure consistency and
prioritization of capital and O&M funding. Collaborates with
other functional groups including: Asset & Maintenance Management,
Compliance, Asset Investment Planning and site Superintendents with
a strong emphasis on Configuration Management and Asset Management
governance administered from the White Plains Asset Management
Office. Supports NYPA Operations by contributing to the Asset
Management Policy and Strategy through responsible and effective
work performance. The scope of responsibility includes a long-term
perspective that requires the utilization of life cycle analysis
and techniques to assure alignment with Asset Management policy and
The Asset Manager Is Accountable To The New York Power Authority
(NYPA) For The Successful Execution Of His/her Responsibilities In
NYPA's North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)
Reliability Standards Compliance program as set forth in Corporate
Policies CP 10-4 and CP 2-9.
NYPA's Asset Management Policy Company Policy CP 1 XX-X.
The Asset Manager is responsible for performing specific tasks
identified in Business Unit Policies and Procedures that support
Asset Management Policy Company Policy CP XX-X, Corporate Policies
CP 10-4 and CP 2-9 and compliance with NERC Reliability Standards.
The Asset Manager is identified in NYPA's NERC Reliability
Standards Compliance Responsibility Matrix established and managed
pursuant to Utility Operations Business Unit policy O-TC-01-000
NERC and NPCC Reliability Standards Compliance Program and
procedure O-TC-01-005 Compliance Responsibility.
Understand, communicate, execute tasks (e.g. provide input, review,
coordinate, etc.), and/or implement specific elements of the New
York Power Authority's (NYPA's) Asset Management System as defined
in Business Unit Policies and Procedures established to support
NYPA's Asset Management Policy CP XX-X and NERC Reliability
Standards Compliance program as defined in Utility Operations
Business Unit Policies and Procedures established to support
Corporate Policies CP 10-4 and CP 2-9. Provide leadership,
motivation and collaboration which are critical for successful
asset management and NERC Reliability Standards Compliance.
Establishing and updating the asset management plan(s).
Monitor the asset management performance metrics, diagnose
deficiencies and identify actions for making improvements to attain
Perform audits on work done by the Planners in managing and
ensuring NYPA's regulatory compliance in connection with NERC
functional entities (GOP,GO,LSE,PSE,TO and TOP); FERC, DEC, RGGI
and others. Utilize risk-based and fact-based methodologies for
asset life cycle analysis
Lead and responsible for a comprehensive assets registry
Improve the decision-making process for asset management based on
Manage the implementation and ongoing improvement of all data on
physical assets to include asset onboarding, criticality, condition
assessment, inspection history, repairs and failures.
Ensure the consistency and accuracy of data collected through the
Enterprise Asset Management System (Maximo).
Enforce governance policies and procedures that align to Asset
Management policy and strategy.
Provide professional and technical assistance and project
Ensure that completed projects meet established goals as defined
through the Asset Management Office.
Lead recommendations from: Internal Audit, standing committees and
cross functional teams.
Coordinate ongoing activities requiring site reach to interface
with: Operations, maintenance, engineering, warehousing, EH&S
to ensure effective and economical use of materials and human
Maintain current knowledge in Asset Management principles,
practices, procedures and technology. With this knowledge, makes
recommendations for implementation to the Asset Management
Key to the role is the development and execution of Reliability,
Maintainability & Availability strategies which deliver maximum
reliable uptime of assets
Promote a comprehensive Asset Management communication plan.
Understand and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
Develop and maintain long-range (10 year) work plan and budget to
ensure optimal performance of assets over entire life-cycle
Coordinate development and prioritization of Conceptual Project
Requests (CPRs) in support of the long range work plan
Primary liaison for CPR Stakeholders, Asset & Maintenance
Management, Compliance, and Asset Investment Planning
Monitor operational performance data to determine optimal
maintenance and replacement strategies for assets
Ensure that assets are operated and maintained in a safe and
environmentally responsible manner
Ensure that asset maintenance strategies are in compliance with
NERC/NPCC and NYPA requirements
This position has the potential to have a direct role in emergency
preparedness, incident management or response and as such will
require training in the National Incident Management System
Knowledge, Skills And Abilities
Ability to provide Project Management skills, especially the
ability to develop and lead project teams.
Ability to analyze technical information.
Ability to analyze financial information, including budgets
(capital and O&M), investment analysis (cost/benefit, ROI,
etc.) and life-cycle costs.
Ability to develop long-range (10 year plan) capital and O&M
plans and project prioritizations.
Strong oral and written skills with the ability to deal
persuasively with individuals at multiple levels, to think
strategically and present an integrated, properly formatted
end-to-end story with concise data analysis.
Ability to provide business analysis skills.
Solid understanding of NERC/NPCC compliance requirements.
Solid understanding of the financial and operational impact of
Organized and detail-oriented with the ability to manage multiple
projects from the Asset Management Office.
Demonstrated leadership skills in areas of change management.
Ability to utilize Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) definition
and tracking for Asset Management process improvement
Working knowledge of PASS 55 and other standards related to Asset
Management are required.
Ability to work as part of a team.
Education, Experience and Certifications
10+ years of successful experience in a related field.
BS/BA degree in Engineering or Business.
Master's degree in Business or Engineering preferred.
Experience with Enterprise Asset Management Systems required
(MAXIMO preferred), SAP experience (or ability to learn).
Military Occupational Speciality Codes
MOS - Army
MOS - Marines:
MOS - Navy
The New York Power Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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