Asset Manager

14 October 20212021-10-14
Horley, Surrey
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Asset Manager role 

Role specifications:

  • Engage with asset management systems and tracking practices.
  • Prepare reports on asset deployment, performance, operations, and maintenance.
  • Maintain, collate, and summarise timely Management Information for Board.
  • Participate in routine development, planning, and project meetings, contribute toward development.
  • Be responsible for meeting and exceeding agreed KPIs and other targets that might be set from time to time.
  • Carry out personnel related duties including maintaining holiday and sickness records and performing PDR and disciplinary interviews.
  • Be responsible for managing operational escalations and complaints.
    • ​Identify and deliver against opportunities to improve in quality and efficiency.
    • Ensure maximum revenue is achieved for all Assets
    • Ensure Industry Safety and Compliance Standards are upheld
  • Consistently professional, confident and calm even in challenging situations.
  • Demonstrate a customer focused approach; and an expectation of others to do likewise.
  • Supportive and helpful team player with a flexible and positive attitude.
  • Proactively share knowledge, skills and experience with others to increase team performance.
  • Deliver a high volume of quality work on time.
  • Strive to get things right first time.
  • Strive to meet objectives and improve performance.
  • Highly organised with good attention to detail.
  • Prioritise work well.
  • Work effectively and responsibly without close supervision.
  • Reflect and evaluate own performance to identify areas for improvement; maintain a learning and development plan. 
     
  • Articulate, professional and clear verbal communication skills.
  • Present information clearly and in an engaging way.
  • Good interpersonal and rapport-building abilities.
  • Precise and appropriate written communication skills and good telephone manner.
  • Good listener, can understand the needs of customers and colleagues.
     
  • Able to assimilate new technical concepts and assist team members to follow suit.
  • Strong problem-solving and analytical abilities.
  • Keep up to date with advances in business area, new methods and ways of working.
  • Strong administrative and organisational skills.
  • Intermediate knowledge of Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Confident and accurate use of departmental computer systems/databases.
     
  • Successfully demonstrate inspirational people management skills through improved team performance and achievement of team objectives.
  • Actively listen to others viewpoints, include them in decision making and encourage team members to take responsibility.
  • Ensure the team understands the importance of their jobs in relation to Stark’s success and what is expected of them.
  • Celebrate team Success, regularly praise achievement.
  • Ensure the effective development of the team; complete effective evaluation of all learning events against the achievement of the business objectives.
  • Project an assertive, motivational style with a high degree of personal impact which wins people’s respect.
  • Comfortable with making decisions and problem-solving under pressure.