Asset Information Officer
Asset Information Officer
Job Ref: WH21 979
Salary Band E: (£28,760 to £30,896)
37 hours per week
Wolverhampton Homes will be spending close to £1bn over the next 30-years to maintain the Council’s social housing stock portfolio and it is critical that this money is invested wisely.
As an Asset Information Officer, your role will be to ensure the collection, collation, storage and application of good quality stock condition information and data, to ensure we can provide robust details of how the buildings have been maintained and accurately predict when work next needs to be undertaken.
The successful candidate will work within our Stock Intelligence Team to ensure that good quality data and information is captured to inform our stock investment planning processes. You will be required to use the NEC Housing’s asset management module and assist with the development of scenarios to gauge the most effective method of programming the required works.
You will also be expected to work with a range of internal and external stakeholders, to ensure data quality standards are achieved with the data and information being submitted.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the local community. If you know of any potential applicants who may be interested, please pass on these details.
For an informal discussion, please contact Julie Hollender on 07773 193 474
Job Purpose and Role:
The asset management decisions for future investment and disinvestment in the housing stock (estimated at circa £1bn over the next 30-years) are reliant on accurate stock data. You will be responsible for ensuring robust collection, collation, storage and application of stock condition data for the entire social housing stock portfolio.
You will work closely with various colleagues within the Assets & Stock Investment service area and other teams within the across the wider business, to reinforce the requirements for robust data management practices, and dictate the manner in which information should be collected and stored to ensure data integrity.
NEC Housing’s Asset Management module now has a wide range of features including mobile working solution and planned maintenance. You will be required to utilise this software to maintain the asset management system and to play a key role in developing the planned maintenance module, so that the rest of the business will be able to utilise and benefit from knowing when new work programmes are planned.
You will be required to assist in the preparation of detailed information on the future investment needs of the social housing portfolio, to ensure the stock remains in a decent condition. This may involve producing outline plans for investment works, identifying the properties in need of improvement and details of the main components that need replacing.
You will also be required to support with the development of various scenarios to gauge the most effective method of programming the required stock investment works.
You will be required to manage and maintain an asset information management system and all records in relation to the maintenance of the housing stock and to coordinate compliance with relevant legislative provisions, regulations and Codes of Practice relating to maintenance services.
You must have well developed analytical skills and be able to problem solve; and, analyse, interpret and present numerical data.
You will be required to work methodically and have meticulous attention to detail and be able to analyse data and identify trends to inform stock investment decision making.
To assist with the upkeep of statutory compliance functions, such as the Asbestos Register and information relating to fire safety management.