Maintenance Planner / Scheduler III

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Job Reference 1236839

Location Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Industry Oil & Gas - LNG

Function Maintenance and Reliability

Job Type Contract

Date Added January 10, 2024

Our client in the Oil, Gas and Energy Industry is seeking to hire an experienced Maintenance Planner/Scheduler III to be based at its head office on a contract basis. The Maintenance Planner/Scheduler III is responsible for developing detail job plans for mechanical resources according to turnaround schedules and work lists, as well as developing field execution work planning packages for mechanical resources engaged in repairs and construction of fixed and rotating equipment, electrical, instrumentation, analyzers, and other related equipment.

Accountabilities:
  • Perform work activities efficiently while continuously looking for cost-saving opportunities
  • Coordinate planning resources in accordance with turnaround specifications, cost estimates, schedules, safety & quality requirements, various procedures, and practices
  • Monitor the progress of turnaround activities as per the job plans and worklists
  • Update plans with any approved change orders and develop new plans that arise during the turnaround as requested
  • Develop detailed milestone plans
  • Perform critical and near critical path analysis
  • Work directly with scheduler to finalize and optimize integrated event or turnaround schedule
  • Participate in Integrated Event and turnaround reviews (IR/TR’s) and reports per Turnaround Milestone Schedule
  • Participate in planning and scheduling Peer Assists
  • Verify effective communications are maintained during various phases of turnaround  
  • Ensure compliance with safety standards, work practices, work permit requirements, and various safety systems

Required Qualifications / Experience
 
  • Previous experience in a closely related position
  • Extensive knowledge of various mechanical skills
  • Proficient in reading mechanical drawings, blueprints, isometrics, P&IDs
  • Good teamwork, interpersonal skills, and ability to work with multiple workgroups
  • Ability to communicate quickly and effectively
  • Intermediate skills in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Basic safety training and/or site-specific training
  • Trained/fit-tested on usage of SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) equipment and various respirators as needed
  • Trained in use of standard PPE




Due to large volume of applications received, we will contact ONLY the shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear from us after two weeks of the closing date, please consider your application has not made into shortlist. However, we will keep your CV for future reference.

Application closes on the 12th January 2024
 
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