Asset Lifecycle Reliability Specialist

Listed 22 days Ago
Alpine Energy
Energy and Utilities

Who we are

We own and operate the electricity distribution network that provides South Cantabrians with power. We are proud to be community-owned and connect over 33, 000 customers throughout the region. 

Our values of Safety, Accountability, Integrity, and Respect reflect who we are, what matters to us and how we do what we do. We care deeply about people, and strive to empower our people, our customers and our community while innovating for the future and generations to come.

We are considered an essential lifeline service, playing a significant role in our community, contributing to the growth and prosperity of South Canterbury and New Zealand’s transition to a low-carbon economy.

We are in a period of substantial investment and with that comes exciting career opportunities for the right candidates to join our high performing team. 

The role

The Asset Management Reliability Specialist is integral to Alpine Energy’s objective of upholding and advancing the reliability, lifecycle strategies, and maintenance practices of its electrical network, ensuring the safety and security of all customers. This pivotal role involves conducting asset reviews, formulating maintenance strategies, and leading the condition monitoring programme within the Asset Management team to guarantee the ongoing reliability, effectiveness, and efficiency of our assets.

What’s involved

The role's principal responsibilities include leading the Network Asset Condition Assessment Programme to uphold safety, performance, and resilience standards. The specialist supports the maintenance works plan, ensuring that maintenance activities are executed within set time frames, such as weekly, monthly, quarterly, or annually. Daily tasks also encompass responding to network maintenance inquiries, addressing asset-related issues, defects, and faults, and aiding in the analysis and rectification of these defects. Moreover, this role is crucial in creating Network Maintenance Standards and driving improvements in the Asset Management & Works Planning System, aligning with compliance requirements and modern practices.

What you’ll need

To be successful your experience will include a combination of:

· Experience in maintenance and asset management of Electric Power Distribution systems

· NDE (Level 4) or NZCE with a bias to “Heavy Electrical”

· A minimum of 2 years in a capacity covering applicable assets

· Knowledgeable of Supply Regulations, NZ Electrical Codes of Practice, Health & Safety at Work Act, applicable AS/NZS Standards and IEC Standards

What we offer

We value a healthy work life balance, and our strategy is to promote a holistic employee value proposition to support you to bring your best self to work. We want you to be highly motivated, competitively rewarded and encouraged to bring your ideas to the fore. 

We have a genuine commitment to our people, our culture, our community and also like to have some fun along the way. A large part of this commitment is demonstrated in our very active Sponsorship space which seeks to make a meaningful contribution to the upliftment of the region. Being part of the Alpine family means you have the opportunity to be involved in these events and make a lasting impact.

Our ultra-modern offices in Timaru, promote collaboration and productivity, with panoramic views as far as the eye can see. Our Café is stocked with great coffee, interactive games, and an outdoor area for those well-deserved breaks. 

Application

If you feel this position is for you and can you see yourself playing a part in empowering South Canterbury’s energy future, apply by submitting a covering letter and CV, telling us why this position should be yours. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.  We may begin shortlisting as we receive applications, therefore we encourage early applications as we may withdraw the advertising at any time.

You must hold a current driver licence and have the right to live and work in New Zealand.


Skills & Experience

To be successful your experience will include a combination of:

· Experience in maintenance and asset management of Electric Power Distribution systems

· NDE (Level 4) or NZCE with a bias to “Heavy Electrical”

· A minimum of 2 years in a capacity covering applicable assets

· Knowledgeable of Supply Regulations, NZ Electrical Codes of Practice, Health & Safety in Employment Act, applicable AS/NZS Standards and IEC Standards

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