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

New Tasmanian Chapter Chair

tasmania 23532 1280The Tasmanian Chapter is delighted to confirm that Clint McDonald has been elected as Tasmanian Chapter Chair. The Asset Management Council would like to extend its sincere thanks to Glen Mackintosh, outgoing Tasmanian Chapter Chair, for all his time and effort. Here are a few words from Clint:

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ASC Launches Partnership with AMCouncil to Strengthen Submarine Sustainment

handshakeAustralia’s sovereign submarine sustainer, ASC, will work with Australia’s leading Asset Management experts to strengthen its life-cycle management execution of the Collins Class submarine fleet, under a new partnership with the Asset Management Council (AMCouncil) of Australia.

The move follows ASC becoming the first Australian defence company recognised with international certification for asset management for defence assets – awarded by BSI International in April 2018.

To download a copy of the official ASC press release detailing further information, click here.

Why choose JAS-ANZ accredited ISO55001 certification?

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The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) published the international asset management systems standard, ISO 55001, in 2014. ISO 55001 is the reference standard for a value-added approach to asset management. It enables the effective integration of all aspects of the asset lifecycle, from the first design phase to acquisition, construction, commissioning, utilisation or operation, maintenance, renewal, modification and/or ultimate disposal.

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