Job Details
  • Reference400340B_1666830367
  • LocationLismore
  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Postedabout 1 month ago
  • ConsultantJo Ellerman
As one of Australia's largest and leading human resource and consultancy agencies, Chandler Macleod has a proven track record of Unleashing Potential in both people and companies has partnered with Rous County Council an organisation that partners with constituent councils to provide quality services of bulk water supply, weed bio-security and flood mitigation in the northern river's region of NSW.

We are looking to find an experienced Asset Information Officer to join the Rous County Council team.

Why the team needs you

Reporting to the Asset Management Systems Officer you are responsible to provide effective management and maintenance of Council's GIS and Asset Information Systems, with a focus on continuous improvement and user support as well as;
  • Manage, maintain, and improve Council's spatial systems, including the development and maintenance of corporate spatial datasets by implementing processes for data acquisition and updates to manage integrity of spatial data.
  • Undertake data manipulation, spatial analysis and produce high quality mapping products that effectively present spatial data suitable for the intended audience and purpose
  • Develop, implement, and manage spatial projects.
  • Manage Council's Asset Information System, including identifying and implementing improvements to the system, collection and validation of asset and condition data, asset disposals and additions, and analysing data to produce reports.
  • Develop and administer asset maintenance programs within Council's Asset Management System and report on the effectiveness and progress of Council's programmed/reactive maintenance and inspection programs, and customer/service requests.
  • Support the development, implementation, and review of Council's Asset Management System, including, documentation of asset management processes, and awareness program.
  • Coordinate the capture of spatial and a-spatial data by Council staff using a variety of data capture technologies.
  • Develop and deliver in house training to staff and provide technical support and advice to users of spatial and asset information systems, including field data collection software.

What you'll bring to the team.

To be successful in this role, you are an experienced multitasker where balancing competing demands and priorities in a high work volume environment across diverse technical areas comes naturally. You are collaborative and possess great communication skills which enables you to develop and maintain effective working relationships and professional networks with internal and external stakeholder groups.

You will be resilient, approachable and act with positive purpose to achieve positive outcomes as well as.
  • Bachelor's degree level qualifications in a GIS discipline, with demonstrated experience in GIS and Asset Information Systems.
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and management of GIS applications and spatial datasets. ( MapInfo experience desirable)
  • Demonstrated experience in data capture and manipulation, analysing spatial data and producing high quality outputs.
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and management of computer-based Asset Information Systems or asset registers.
  • Demonstrated understanding of infrastructure asset management practices.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently without supervision to achieve targets and the ability to assess and manage competing priorities.
  • Demonstrated excellent communication, customer service and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated experience in the use and application of the Microsoft Office suite of products (Excel)
Why you'll want to join the team

By joining the team, you will evolve within a dynamic and welcoming organisation with attractive benefits and working conditions that promote work/life balance and opportunities to further your professional development.
  • Grade 11 of Council's salary system Entry $1,370.60/week to $1,603.30/week
  • 70 hour, 9-day fortnight
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • A progressive and innovative organisation which supports work/life balance
  • Supportive environment for career development
  • Ongoing learning and training
  • Employee assistance support
  • Located in the beautiful Northern Rivers region
  • Connections with local community

The Next Step
If this position will enhance your career and you would like further details on the role, or a copy of the position description, please call Jo Ellerman for a confidential discussion on (02) 66919106 or email Or upload your resume to the 'apply now' link and jo will be in touch