Full-Time Asset Management – Rajmahal
The Asset Manager’s primary responsibility is to oversee the daily and long-term strategic management of the Company’s technology-related data center and public cloud assets. The Asset Manager role is the primary point of responsibility for the life-cycle management of the organization’s information technology assets. This duty include the establishment and maintenance of policies, standards, procedures, systems, and metrics that allow the organization to lead the Asset Portfolio in terms of risk, cost, control, governance, compliance, and business performance goals as defined by the company. The Asset Manager will collaborate with all departments engaged in the acquisition, implementation, management, and reporting of information technology assets, using integrated software solutions.
Job Title : Asset Management
Location : Rajmahal, Jharkhand, India
Salary : $ 24.32 per hour.
Company : Liberty
Job Type : Full-Time
- Assist investors in making decisions regarding capital expenditures and payouts by providing them with cash flow forecasts. Monitor your escrow and working capital accounts to ensure that they are adequately financed.
- The Public Works Department should adopt a strategic and practical strategy to spreading knowledge about asset management and best practices, including software training.
- Pre-payable, balloon, and maturing loans should be a top priority, while refinancing possibilities for Business Development should be kept in mind.
- Asset data, such as serial numbers or identification tags, in a configuration management database must be checked and maintained to ensure that it is accurate, comprehensive, and auditable at all times (CMDB).
- Corporate hardware data should be monitored and evaluated throughout its lifecycle, from the time of purchase all the way until it is retired.
- It is important to account for all aspects of an asset’s life cycle when modeling it, from acquisition through eventual disposal. In charge of budgeting, planning, and forecasting for the whole year.
- Preparing and presenting information to county staff and the general public. The county’s representative on many boards, committees, and groups linked to infrastructure asset management is possible.
- Keep a close eye on customer service for the company’s present tenants. Leasing agents, solicitors, and bankers with a strong network can assist in lease negotiations with high-profile tenants.
- Improve the usefulness of underutilized or underutilized technological assets to maximize their efficiency and return on investment.
- Identifying, developing, and implementing strategic business plans for each asset is essential to ensuring that the asset’s daily operations, market placement in the marketplace, and ultimate disposal are all led by the plan.
- The ability of an employee to grasp and communicate information in English is critical to the safety and efficiency of their job.
- Word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations are just a few of the many types of computer software that must be mastered by the candidate. Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and the Internet are all required—as is the ability to work independently.
- Contract management or purchasing and procurement experience that comes from real-life work. This includes all of the steps in planning and implementing a strategy.
- you need to have 5 years of experience managing infrastructure assets in a government agency. You also need to have at least 1 year of supervisory experience or be a team leader.
- Successfully collaborate with coworkers, vendors, and cross-functional groups in a team-oriented setting.