The Maintenance Superintendent is to be an onshore posting, and will report to the Maintenance & Integrity Manager. Periodic visits offshore and to Client construction sites will be required.
Plant availability and reliability
- Work closely with the operations teams to ensure that all sources of lost production through plant unreliability are recorded, analysed and reported. Apply RCFA techniques to identify root causes of plant unreliability and develop action plans to eliminate bad actors.
- Implement and facilitate the formation of defect elimination teams to determine the true root cause of failure for any production losses. Record all required actions in the Client action tracking system and where appropriate as corrective work in the JDE CMMS.
Condition Based Monitoring
- Support the Ops support team to implement the client machinery condition monitoring programme as defined in FIMS ensuring that all data is correctly logged, trended, analysed and faults are actioned and recorded in the CMMS and CBM database. Provide technical input to the programme in order to continuously improve and optimise the program.
- Implement a front line/predictive maintenance program on Client facilities through further development of the equipment monthly service routines and the application of available technology i.e. Client PIMS/Data Loggers.
- Assist in the future development of the Client Machinery Condition Monitoring system scheduled to replace Solar EHM services.
Planning and Reporting
- Work with the Client planning team to develop and implement the use of proactive maintenance planning and reporting tools. Review areas of non-compliance/gaps in the maintenance planning and scheduling processes and identify opportunities for improvement.
- Monitor the maintenance backlogs and forelogs (look aheads) to assess resource availability and areas of activity optimisation.
- Further develop the monthly maintenance KPI’s to improve quality of plant availability and reliability data to focus on plant efficiency and better understanding of running costs/hour of specific equipment.
Generic Maintenance Strategies(GMS’s)
- Work with the on and offshore team to undertake regular reviews of the GMS’s being applied on Client facilities. Where appropriate challenge the frequency of planned maintenance activities through detailed analysis of maintenance history and industry best practice.
- Monitor equipment maintenance strategies and associated PMR’s for effectiveness, and where necessary utilise RCM/FMEA techniques to update and modify maintenance routines.
- Provide input to Client projects and future developments to ensure consistent and effective application on
- Client maintenance practises.
- Prioritisation of workload/criticality of issues - ability to plan and communicate technical work;
- Execution and delivery of workscopes to schedule and budget;
- Establishment of good working relationship with the offshore operations team and offshore support personnel in partner
- The facility has a number of major pieces of equipment that will have obsolescence issues and therefore the incumbent experience and knowledge is important to provide solutions to this issue.
Financial accountability / activity indicators
- Overall financial accountability is via Maintenance & Assets Integrity Manager / Operations Manager.
Reporting and management relationships
- Reporting to: Maintenance & Integrity Manager
- Direct reports (internal employees / external parties): Indirect (internal employees / external parties)
- Minimum University Degree or higher Degree
- Professional qualifications relevant for position
- Training courses relevant for position
- At least 10 years experience in offshore oil and gas industry.
- Shall have previously fulfilled the requirements of the specified role above in a similar position for a minimum of 3 years.
Skills / Knowledge (e.g. systems, software, procedures, regulations):
- Application of continuous improvement principles, communication of the philosophy and implementation will be core to the role.
- Coaching will be a fundamental part of the role, and will be required across all disciplines to encourage the use of proactive tools, CBM and drive the focus on performance improvement.
- The Maintenance Superintendent will require the application of cross-disciplinary skills and awareness.
- As such the post holder will require good communication, influencing and team leadership skills.
Attributes and behaviours:
- Patience and understanding to help inexperienced crew gain knowledge and perform.
- Ability to lead the teams to deliver set targets.