Take the Next Step In Your Career!
If you can answer YES to these questions MMSD may be the place for you:
• Are you interested in joining a stable, sustainable organization that protects public health and the environment?
• Are you a strategic thinker skilled at using data and technology to make decisions?
• Do you want to develop and implement a new, transformational initiative?
• Are you a catalyst for change and new ideas?
• Can you communicate clearly and concisely to a variety of people?
Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) is the primary caretaker of this region’s water environment. We handle wastewater and transform it into three resources that benefit the citizens of this region.
WATER—We currently return safe treated water back to streams each day.
NUTRIENTS—We produce biosolids that local farmers use as fertilizer to grow our food.
ENERGY—We produce renewable energy through our processes that help us secure a clean energy future.
Maximizing these resources will help us protect public health and the environment, which is a
mission the District is passionate about! Equally important is the health and well-being of our employees. The District is proud to have nurtured a stable, highly professional long-term workforce through excellent working conditions and benefits, meaningful work and internal advancement.
About the Sustainable Infrastructure Manager Position
We are looking for a forward thinking leader to develop a robust asset management program to lead us into the next era.
The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic self-starter who can move forward with little day-to-day direction. We are looking for someone who can unite multiple departments toward a common goal and is not afraid of a challenge. This position will be developing a new, groundbreaking program and the successful candidate must have strong initiative, teamwork, and communication.
This is an exciting opportunity to work with a sustainable organization that values people, teamwork creativity, integrity, and balance.
We only hire the best and we retain our talented and dedicated people!
The Sustainable Infrastructure Manager (SIM) will provide the leadership and knowledge to advance a holistic approach to asset development and management. The SIM is responsible for developing, implementing and overseeing the Infrastructure Asset Management Program. The program involves leading a cross-functional asset management team to assess the condition of the District’s wastewater infrastructure and to develop prioritized, long-term needs-based plans using life cycle cost information, triple bottom line analyses, and other criteria related to assets and decision-making.
• Develop and run the Asset Management Program Routinely audit, recommend, and implement
improvements to the program. Track and report progress against key performance indicators.
• Lead the Asset Management Team.
• Responsible for developing, completing, and updating the Plant Asset Management Plan and manage/conduct facilities planning efforts.
• Develop Project Business Cases as necessary – research alternatives, conduct studies, assess equipment, and develop business cases including life cycle costing and triple bottom line.
• Prepare and make presentations at all levels within and outside of the organization.
• Play an integral role in the District’s Capital Improvement Plan/Capital Budget process.
• Develop the District’s long-term asset needs projections ultimately creating an estimate of long-term financial needs, e.g,, “Nessie curve.”
• Introduce and promote advanced asset management practices in a strategic manner.
• Be involved with training and educating others related to asset management principles.
• Utilize the District’s computerized maintenance management system. Recommend changes that may be beneficial to the success of the program.
• Candidates shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in economics, business, engineering, or a related field and a combination of six years of leadership experience in asset management, business
case analysis, capital planning, program management, or sustainability planning.
• The incumbent will be required to obtain an ENV SP credential from the Institute for
Sustainable Infrastructure within one year.
• Knowledge of advanced asset management principles and processes.
• Knowledge of sustainability principles, practices such as the Natural Step, triple bottom line and Envision.
• Skilled at facilitating diverse meetings.
• Ability to learn quickly and apply it effectively.
• Experience conducting group presentations.
• Experience with project estimating, budgets, and financial analysis.
• Preparing clear and concise written materials.
• Strong computer skills including experience with spreadsheets, databases and the Microsoft Office Suite and CAD/GIS.
• Experience using computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS).
Salary and Benefits
We provide a competitive salary, excellent benefits, a casual, friendly work environment and support for ongoing development. For more information go to: www.madsewer.org.
How to Apply
Submit a cover letter and resume with salary requirements by August 4th to: HR@madsewer.org
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.