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Technical Director – Digital Asset Management

  • Job reference: TR-001723
  • Sector: Asset Management, Transportation
  • Location: Birmingham, Birmingham

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Atkins has a long track record of leading and delivering infrastructure asset management services around the world. Digital Asset Management has been identified as a key part of our strategy, building on our reputation and track record.

 
In Transportation we have been developing an innovative approach that will transform the way we manage transport infrastructure assets in the UK and we are currently pursuing a number of opportunities as well as delivering on a number of projects. We are seeking a number of asset management professionals to join our rapidly growing team and support the delivery of our ambitious growth plan.

We have a vacancy for a senior position in the Consultancy Practice. The successful candidate will have responsibility for developing and implementing our asset management offering to a variety of clients in the road sector. He or she will have a client facing role, leading the delivery of services and support us in shaping the strategic direction of our digital asset management offering.



Qualifications 


Degree in a subject relevant to infrastructure asset management.

IAM Diploma or Certificate (Desirable)


Experience


Experience in developing and delivering an asset management approach in the infrastructure sector.

Knowledge of the UK Transport Sector

Experience in the implementation of digital Asset Management

Working knowledge of ISO55000

Experience in team leadership

Experience in successfully leading an organisation through change

Experience in stakeholder management at both senior and operational levels

Experience in leading delivery of projects


The individual


Strategic thinker

Excellent communicator

Strong influencing skills

Delivery focused


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