On the wish list for a client i visited yesterday, 3 positions:

Asset manager.
To develop and manage lifecycle asset management plans for public transport assets (buses, wharves and train stations)

Identify new works
Identify and plan maintenance
Able to link investment in upgrades to assets to increases in service levels.

Problem : how do you justify a capital investment in a station or wharf and link that to increases in expected or future servcie levels and patronage?

How do you identify
what to build
what to maintain
what to 'let go'

If you know the answer and have relevant engineering (or economics?) qualifications contact me now!

Large corporate, Auckland based role. Circa $100k salary.