Level Crossing Removals around Melbourne

level crossing2While most of Melbourne’s inhabitants are locked inside their homes due to COVID-19, it can be reassuring to learn that there is some activity within the transport industry. The Level Crossing Removal Project is firing away in suburbs north and south-east of the CBD. The removal of dangerous and congested level crossings around Melbourne’s suburbs enhances the safety of the community, upgrades public assets such as train stations and rail lines, and creates new assets such as sky rails that will serve their purpose for many decades to come.

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Asset Management Job Board

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Executive Officer Strategic Asset Management - Yarra Ranges Council

Yarra Ranges is looking for an Executive Officer to lead our Strategic Asset Management Team through an exciting program of delivery including the implementation of a new Enterprise Asset Management System, delivery of Asset Management Plans and improving asset management practices, across the organisation. We need an experienced and persuasive leader in strategic asset management to lead a team of dedicated professionals to build strong links between asset investment and community outcomes.

  • Salary from $113061.00 per annum (Band 8), plus superannuation
  • 2 years full time (flexible/part-time options considered for the right applicant)

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Senior Consultant- Asset Management, Maintenance and Reliability

Assetivity is seeking a Senior consultant

  • more than five years' experience, at least, in Asset Management, reliability engineering in a relevant industry sector with exposure to the successful implementation of improvements in Asset Management, maintenance and reliability performance
  • experience with Microsoft Office applications and the ability to produce high-quality reports and presentations
  • the ability to relate well to client staff, a high degree of self-motivation, and the initiative to work independently when required
  • capability to make effective fact-based recommendations to resolve technical issues.
  • a bachelor's degree qualification in a technical discipline such as Mechanical, Electrical or Civil Engineering
  • Australian citizenship or permanent residency

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Resilient Assets Manager - Eastern Alliance for Greenhouse Action

EAGA is looking for a Resilient Assets Manager to lead the Resilient Emergency Relief Centres project, local government’s flagship building vulnerability assessment program. The project aims to improve the resilience of emergency relief centres (and other facilities) within the EAGA region to respond to the impacts of climate change by assessing the risks and vulnerabilities of these sites and planning and prioritising targeted upgrades. The project seeks to build the capacity of asset managers to address climate change risks in their day-to-day asset management planning and service delivery.

A copy of the position description and details regarding the application process are available here.

Brian Shaw

Facilities and Asset Management Professional|CAMA|CPAM|CSM®|SAFe 4

I am an experienced professional with an extensive network, excelling in Asset and Facilities Management in the UK and Pacific within multiple business verticals, e.g. Airports, Health, Corrections and Government. I can provide value across ISO 5500x (CAMA), digital/ agile transformation and WOL development & contract management in PPP environments.

Telephone: +61 426 500 230


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Last update: 1/7/2020 

Asset Management Mentoring Program

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Would you like:

  • Satisfaction from helping others and contributing to the future success of the profession?
  • A chance to develop your mentoring and leadership skills?
  • Guidance for your personal and professional development in the asset management profession from someone with a wealth of experience?
  • An opportunity to reflect on professional challenges and achievements?

The Women in Transport Asset Management Mentoring Program aims to assist in increasing the number of women working in the transport industry, as well as better retain those already in it. It pairs women in the transport industry seeking guidance and support with more experienced practitioners who are willing to commit time and energy to the professional development of another practitioner.



For Mentors:

  • Contribute back to the profession
  • Stay abreast of emerging issues relevant to the profession
  • Further development of mentoring skills such as listening, asking questions, guiding, providing feedback, communication and interpersonal skills

For Mentees:

  • Experience guidance and support in your profession
  • Excellent networking opportunities
  • Receiving feedback and developmental guidance
  • Identifying professional growth and career planning
  • Membership with the Asset Management Council for one year which offers ongoing development opportunities



To join as a mentor, you must have a minimum of five years of technical experience within asset management. To join as a mentee, you must be a woman who works in the asset management technical space within the transport portfolio (TfV) in Victoria. There is no cost involved, only your time.



Click here to download an information pack which tells you everything you need to know. Further enquiries can be directed to Heidi Robinson on or ph 03 9819 2515.



Menees and mentors will be asked to complete a short application form to assess their eligibility for the program and to collect details about what they are looking for in a mentoring partner.

Register here!



Asset Management in Government Symposium

Symposium 2019


Asset Management
in Government Symposium


Friday 4 October 2019
Pan Pacific Melbourne
8:30am - 5:00pm

Cost: AMCouncil Member: $250 Non member: $300
Held annually, this one day AMCouncil technical sumposium covers a key topic that is being discussed currently and the objective of this symposium is to bring representatives from various state governments together to share experiences and challenges in Asset Management and provide a forum for information sharing. Some items on the agenda include:

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Digital Infrastructure Symposium Program

Friday 17th November 2017 9:00am – 5:00pm at The Hotel Windsor, Melbourne

Register Online     Download PDF Program and Registration Form

8:30 - 9:00 Registration – Meet and Greet
9:00 – 9:10 Welcome - Toby Horstead, Director, AMCouncil Board
9:10 – 9:20 Symposium Overview - Julian Watts, National Chair AM Council Data SIG
  Session 1: Trends & Convergence
9:20 – 10:00 The Big Picture - Laurie Patton, CEO Australian Smart Communities Association A look at how smart cities effect all industries, how cross industry communications are managed, what digital infrastructure is used and managed and what standards are used.
10:00 – 10:40 Digital Risks and Opportunities - Dr Sanjay Mazumdar, CEO D2D CRC Managing cyber security, ensuring data integrity and navigating cyberspace in today’s complex online world.  Hear about everyday challenges of the D2D CRC and their work relating to cyber security and predicting cyber attacks being undertaken within the Defence Innovation Hub.
10:40 – 11:00 MORNING TEA
  Session 2: Human Meets Digital
11:00 – 11:30 Legal and Leadership – Veronica Scott, Special Counsel, Minter Ellison What do core concepts such as privacy, ownership, partnerships, governance, leadership and accountability really mean for the day-to-day running of a business?
11:30 – 12:00 People and Change – Broadspectrum Case studies from the power and transportation sectors showing how the workforce is being prepared to meet the digital asset challenges
12:00 – 12:30 Customer First – Dr Fang Chen, Research Group Manager and Senior Principal Researcher in Data61, CSIRO Using machine learning to move an organization from an asset centric to a customer centric organisation
12:30 – 1:15 LUNCH
  Session 3: Creating and Consuming the Digital Asset
1:15 – 1:45 The Digital Twin - Julian Watts, Associate Director, Management Consulting, KPMG What is it and why do you need to know?
1:45 – 2:15 Whole of Life Data Management - Tammy Falconer, Information Strategy and Standards Manager, Asset Knowledge, Sydney Water Rich case study showing data management through the life cycle stages manage, how it is managed and preserved.
2:15 – 2:45 Platforms for Consuming – Telstra A look at a new tool that may be useful to the asset manager
2:45 – 3:00 AFTERNOON TEA
  Session 4: Insights and Foresights
3:00 – 3:30 Predictive Analytics – Jonathon Chang, Managing Director Silverpond Latest developments in reporting, mash-ups, machine learning and predictive learning
3:30 – 4:00 Robotics and Automation – Tim Ryan, Partner, Innovior Tim will be explaining robotic process automation and AI and it’s applications in asset management. Starting with ‘robotics 101’ and a short video demonstration, before diving in to a real world asset management case study of how the technology has been applied.
4:00 – 4:30 What’s in My Future –Futurist The most important digital trends that are set to shape the future of asset management and how you and your organisation can tap into the benefits.
4:30 – 4:45 CLOSE – A word from the AMCouncil National Chair, Dave Daines
4:45 – 5:30 Drinks and Discussion