Lehigh Hanson Maintenance Planner in Delta, British Columbia
Line Of Business: Cement Operations
Primary Location: Delta-BC
This position will report to the Maintenance Manager and will be responsible for assisting with the tasks outlined below.
Coordinate maintenance activities for the plant. Schedule prioritized work from the work order backlog and produce regular work schedules to ensure required maintenance is performed. Manage the planning of all major equipment outages and significant repairs by utilizing project-planning techniques and software.
Coordinate the monitoring, evaluation and modification of the preventative, predictive and proactive maintenance programs to ensure maximum equipment uptime and efficient use of resources.
Support the mechanical/electrical maintenance functions of the plant through the following:
Work closely with production and other departments in developing the work schedules including the coordination of maintenance activities for efficient flow of operations.
Develop and maintain files and drawings for the maintenance department (eg. drawings, checklists, maintenance history, etc.)
Assist the maintenance manager in the preparation of the annual maintenance budget; the development of the department's long-term goals and objectives to meet the overall plant operational and cost goals.
Abide by the plant and corporate rules of conduct, health, safety standards to minimize injuries and lost time incidents. Report on the timing and completion of all safety related orders and notifications.
Facilitate weekly and monthly planning meetings as required to record and report the necessary repairs based on input from the production and other plant departments. Generate other maintenance-related reports as required.
Facilitate shutdown planning meetings as required to prioritize upcoming major repairs.
Manage the work order system (SAP), including recording completions of work orders, creating requisitions, capturing the parts required for each work order and ensuring work orders are created and released according to corporate guidelines.
Skills and Qualifications
Strong technical proficiency in mechanical and electrical areas
Mechanical Engineering Degree, or relevant trades experience is preferred
Minimum of 3 years of maintenance experience at an industrial facility is desired.
Solid understanding of preventive/predictive/corrective maintenance principles, techniques and technologies
Familiarity with industrial plant operations, plant equipment, repair techniques and resource planning
Working knowledge of purchasing principles.
Excellent organizational skills with a good working knowledge of filing systems for drawings, manuals and equipment records.
Solid computer skills including knowledge of computerized maintenance software; prior experience with project management software and electronic timekeeping systems a plus.
Strong communication skills to ensure coordination of work and completion of tasks
Familiarity with Microsoft Office products including MS Excel, Word, Access, and Project
Demonstrated experience in strategic thinking and decision making.
Ability to perform tasks that include walking, climbing equipment, and working within confined spaces