MCC looking for an Asset Management Specialist

JobsThe Melbourne Cricket Club manages the MCG and has an opportunity for an experienced Asset Management Specialist to manage the Asset Management System with a strategic focus on asset planning, asset policies and procedures. Reporting to the Operations & Contracts Manager in the AM Facilities Department, this is a hands on proactive role, that will work collaboratively with the project team, business and stakeholders towards delivering solutions and results by coordinating the planning and implementation of identified improvement strategies to solve key asset management problems.  Applications closes on Sunday 21 October 2018. More information available at the MCC careers website here

What Procedures and Processes do you use?

Audience 26 9 18Wednesday 26th September saw the Brisbane Chapter provide a seminar on 'What an Asset Management System is and isn't.' The 2 hour presentation was hosted by committee members Keith Paintin and Mark Jordan, who provided an interactive walk through of the Asset Management System and its key elements from the AM Policy through to people capabilities and also debated what does optimisation really mean to an organisation.

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September Meeting Point out now

September NewsAMCouncil September e-news is out now, packed with all the latest and greating AMCouncil happenings and news from the past month, including the link to a great article by Martin Kerr on Change and Disruption, Resilience through your Asset Management System. Check your inboxes to read all the latest or view it here.

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AMCouncil Waterbottle crosses the Nullarbor

AMC Nullarbor2AMCouncil member, Mark Mackenzie, is currently taking part in the Ride for Compassion Coast to Coast, cycling over 4,300 kilometres across Australia from Perth to Newcastle, raising money for Highly Vulnerable Children in doing so. He is currently in Ceduna having ridden about 2,500km so far. Lycopodium, the sponsors of the AMPEAK16 water bottles will be pleased to know that one has sustained Mark as he has traversed across the Nullarbor. It has been a hard ride enduring a few constant days of strong winds. Mark hopes to finish around October 17th and we look forward to his next update. You can still support Mark in this great cause by visiting here.

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