- Play a pivotal role in significant rehabilitation project
- Help shape plant performance
- Darwin-based or BIBO Jabiru
About the Company:
Our client is at the forefront of a multi-billion-dollar rehabilitation project that is possibly the largest of its kind in Australia. This world-class project focuses on one of the world’s most culturally and environmentally sensitive locations. Partnering with global industry experts, they are seeking a talented and committed professional who wants to contribute to a positive legacy. Their agile, high-energy team offers fantastic growth and development opportunities.
As a Maintenance Planner, you play a pivotal role in optimising the utilisation and productivity of the plant, labor, and equipment. Your responsibilities encompass a broad range of tasks, from maintenance planning and scheduling to collaborating with cross-functional teams for efficient plant operation. To excel in this role, you’ll need hands-on experience in maintenance planning or management, a deep understanding of computerised maintenance management systems (CMMS), and familiarity with mechanical and electrical equipment. You will have experience working with a large asset pool of circa 500, ideally within a 24/7 operational environment. Your knowledge of workplace health and safety (WHS) legislation will be vital, and proficiency in SAP is essential for success. You will be someone with problem-solving skills, the ability to adapt quickly, and experience within a 24/7 operating plant environment, ideally in water treatment operations and mechanical and electrical maintenance.
About the Role
You’ll report to the Senior Reliability Engineer and play a vital role in plant operations. Your responsibilities include preparing maintenance plans, schedules, and work orders, ensuring they align with company maintenance strategy and plant goals. Leading planning meetings, you’ll foster collaboration to meet key performance indicators. You’ll also coordinate major work packages, prioritise maintenance jobs, and manage the SAP system for approvals and parts. Analysing and reporting on maintenance performance and maintaining the CMMS system are crucial. Additionally, you’ll oversee shutdown activities, meticulously planning and coordinating these events to ensure efficient and safe maintenance during downtime. Your role in managing shutdowns will be pivotal in minimizing unplanned downtime, maximizing equipment reliability, and improving overall plant performance.
For more information, please apply via the role advert or contact Sarah Layer with any questions at [email protected] or 0401 080 652
Please do not apply via email.
This position is open only to applicants with unrestricted working rights in Australia.