Leeds, West Yorkshire
£16.00 - £19.00 per hour + Negotiable dependant on experience
3 months ago
One of our clients are currently looking for an Asset Data Assessor to be based in the Leeds area for an initial 12 month contract with a review to be extended.
The Trust looks after many structures (assets) along the UK waterways including Embankments, Cuttings, bridges, lock gates and many more. To better predict the long-term condition of their infrastructure, they are in the process of creating a new computer model (Asset Condition Health Index) which will inform their future investment decisions and enrich their knowledge of asset life cycles.
In order to do this, they need to gather a wide range of data across their portfolio of Trust assets. They are calling for Asset Data Assessors to collect this information and help to complete their new Asset Condition Health Index.
- Work independently to interpret Earth Structure data from infrastructure inspection reports from the Trust's online asset archive (SharePoint)
- Interpret the severity and extent of the structures and feed this data into a GIS or Excel Database which will then be fed into the Trust's Asset Condition Health Index
- Work with GIS (mapping software) amongst other standard software packages
- Work with engineers locally and across the network to assure data quality and accuracy
- Work in the Leeds office Knowledge, Experience and Skills
- Civil engineering knowledge (graduate or equivalent)
- Recent civil engineer, geology & Geography graduates welcome to apply
- Understanding of basic structural mechanics
- Understanding of basic soil mechanics
- Understanding of conditional reports and assessments of structures
- Understanding of infrastructure risk
- Good standard of written and verbal communication
Proven experience in standard computer applications, at intermediate or advanced level in Microsoft computer packages, particularly MS Excel. Experience of, or willingness to learn about, GIS mapping software
You will be diligent and patient with an eye for detail and willing to undertake extensive data input they are open to flexible approaches to working.
About our client, they are one of the UK's biggest charities, they maintain 2,000 miles of historic canals, rivers, docks and reservoirs, along with museums, archives and the country's third largest collection of protected historic buildings.
They believe living waterways transform places and enrich lives. Helping them to achieving this vision will be a fascinating challenge, and offer you an opportunity to really make a difference. Why not be part of it …