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Asset/GIS Administrator

Aurora, CO, USA
Asset/GIS Administrator

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The Asset Administrator maintains, oversees, upgrades, troubleshoots, and implements process changes for both the District's Geographic Information System (GIS) and the Asset Management System (AMS). This position provides daily oversight of the GIS Analyst and consultants (GIS team); schedules and assigns daily tasks and performs quality assurance and quality control.


Administers all aspects of the ArcGIS SDE Enterprise GIS Database System (10.x), ArcGIS Server, and AMS.
Coordinates and assigns tasks among the GIS team based on priorities set by the Project Manager and holds the team accountable; provides quarterly progress reports; provides technical guidance and training as needed.
Provides excellent customer service on all levels of GIS and AMS as a technical resource in assisting and training users to access information, resolve problems, and implement solutions.
Performs GIS data maintenance, manipulation, analysis, extraction and generation using ArcGIS or AutoCAD.
Maintains the Asset Information System including interaction with GIS, labor, fleet and inventory control systems; web map services and intranet web mapping applications; GIS layers including QA/QC of GIS data; thematic maps and reports as requested and reports to track maintenance of the District owned facilities and utilities
Analyzes, troubleshoots, and resolves GIS application problems; communicates with internal and external technical resources and coordinates the acquisition of GIS data from multiple sources.
Utilizes best use practices to determine data format, researches data conversions, establishes data specifications, updates sources and ensures data integrity and successful data integration with GIS.
Assists manager with building Asset Management Program (AMP).
Develops and maintains a comprehensive inventory of assets, including condition assessments, and the process for asset management based on service life and risk.
Conducts field assessment work of facilities and utility systems, tracks inventory of infrastructure and equipment, capturing nameplate information and bar-coding.
Establishes standards, procedures, and documentation related to the District's GIS and AMP to ensure compliance.
Makes budget recommendations for District's GIS and Asset Management software and hardware.
Collaborates with co-workers to develop the ECCV AMP; defines information specifications, asset knowledge standards, asset information plans and data quality assurance standards.


Participates in or leads OneECCV committee(s) and/or taskforce(s).
Provides back-up coverage for other positions.
Performs other duties and projects as assigned.



Knowledge of ArcGIS suite of software (10.x); administration of an Enterprise GIS database system (SDE) and ArcGIS Servers; GIS related programming languages and application development environments; AutoCAD or similar drafting software; computer hardware and software and peripherals such as central processing units, and plotters. Knowledge with Asset Management programs (preferably Elements or similar software).
Ability to coordinate GIS related activities; troubleshoot problems with GIS applications; data management including database design and QA/QC practices.
Knowledge of water and wastewater utility systems including practices.
Ability to follow verbal directions, written policies and procedures accurately and completely; perform and follow-through on diverse tasks, as well as adapt to changing technology, priorities and conditions on demand.
Aptitude to work independently and collaboratively; train users utilizing techniques for explaining technical concepts and procedures to non-technical users.
Effectively communicate with supervisors, co-workers, vendors, consultants, contractors, industry personnel and the general public. This includes providing accurate and timely oral reports, and working with many individuals from diverse backgrounds and points of view as part of a project team.

Bachelors of Science in Geography, GIS, Environmental Sciences or related program
Basic cartographic skills and experience with Arc GIS 10.x and ESRI products
Experience with AMP (preferably Elements or similar software)
GISP certification or similar preferred
Utility experience highly preferred.
Valid driver's license
An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be considered.
Ability to work overtime and weekends as needed.

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East Cherry Creek Valley Water District
6201 S Gun Club Road
Aurora, CO, 80016 USA
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