Reporting to UG E&I Senior Supervisor or directly to UG E&I Superintendent.
The Underground Electrical & Instrumentation Planner develops, implements, coordinates and monitors maintenance plans in order of priority for preventative, shutdown, backlog, and ad-hoc maintenance work activities.
The Underground Electrical & Instrumentation Planner incorporates fixed asset strategies and enhances planning processes to improve service quality, data accuracy, efficiency, and workplace safety.
Area 1: Develop electrical maintenance plans.
- Plan and release work orders (task list, SOPs, permits, resourcing, materials, tools, equipment, costs, preliminary work, scheduling date);
- Prepare shutdown project work packages that include the proper identification of shutdown scope and coordinate with the scheduler to determine important shutdown schedule milestones;
- Develop work packages that clearly identify task conditions, constraints, hazard controls, permits, labor, equipment, materials, specialized tools, services, test and handover procedures, durations, sequencing, and timing;
- Maintain a healthy UG E&I-fixed plant maintenance backlog with two (2) to four (4) workweeks of ready to schedule jobs;
- Record service & maintenance activities and verify that data from completed work packages is accurately captured using EMMS in order to identify trends and opportunities for improvement;
- Address any associated planning issues, such as operational requirements, parts availability, equipment deficiencies, inadequate work procedures, and data accuracy;
- Update PM requirements with feedback from supervisor and crews and data from completed work orders;
- Improve work package requirements and minimize costs without sacrificing safety or quality;
- Lead UG E&I - fixed plant maintenance planning meetings to review and prioritize PMs, corrective, shutdown, and project work orders for planning;
Area 2: Operational Excellence.
- Commit to training and mentoring of national Junior UG E&I planner;
- Comply with all safe work practices, policies, and processes;
- Seek for inefficiencies or problems by being proactive and solution driven;
- Ensure problems and inefficiencies are shared with others;
- Work collaboratively to troubleshoot and problems solve;
- Consider risk along the five dimensions (throughput, time, quality, sustainability and cost);
- Review the daily, weekly, and monthly KPIs performance against the maintenance plan and report non-conformances related to the targets;
- Understand and recalibrate non-conformances to the plan and KPI targets and develop mitigating/corrective actions to achieve the longer-term plan;
- Prepare forecasts for future maintenance activities on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis;
- Operate and maintain the planning systems using company SAP mainframe;
- Comply with international electrical standard, site electrical specifications, local labor laws and regulations;
Area 3: Work collaboratively with other to deliver operational reliability.
- Coordinate with the reliability personnel, the development of reliability and maintenance strategies for critical equipment;
- Provide and support communication links between production, maintenance, technical services, and operations employees;
- Support the negotiation of various services and maintenance contracts;
- Communicate with maintenance trades, engineers, and supervisors to ensure timely feedback is provided, received, and implement;
- Facilitate and participate in the weekly multi-disciplinary scheduling meetings;
- Communicate and coordinate with supply chain partners to ensure efficient collaboration between both department and items arrive as scheduled;
- During the construction, pre-commissioning, and commissioning phases, support the implementation of the maintenance system;