KBR

2. Instruments & controls Engineering Planning Lead

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2. Instruments & controls Engineering Planning Lead

§Deliver Instrument, Control & Electrical (ICE)  maintenance/project planning and scheduling to international standard.
§Coach and mentor local planning team
§The planner is responsible for planning MAXIMO work order tasks by clearly identifying the work need by craft and associated equipment and material to complete the job safely and efficiently
§Responsible for generation of high quality job plans and work pack to allow efficient scheduling, assignment and execution of work.
§Responsible for identifying permits needed
§Responsible for maintaining healthy relationship and effective collaboration with other planners and maintenance teams at site
§Responsible for modifying job plans based on feedback received
§Coordinate with sub-contractors on deliverables, update & report progress on ICE projects
§Training and development of local planning staff
§Coordinate with TAR planning team on development of ICE TAR maintenance scope
§Responsible for conducting Job/Field walk-downs for drawing up the schedule
§Track materials, spares and procurement lead time
§Track contractor Cost, Time & Resource submissions
§Coordinate with site execution team to prepare integrated plan and scheduling of the work orders with the required details to perform including: steps, resources, estimated time, crew size, and completion dates after approval of WR from Site Engineer.
§Schedule System generated PM (Preventive Maintenance) work orders & assign to site Planning Engineer/Maintenance to carry out the PMR.
§Support the ICE engineers to carry out on-going small projects and development activities by arranging resources and material.
§Support in the development of maintenance program, task lists, plan, resource requirement and identifying BOM.
§Conduct Week planning meeting and maintain action tracker
§Assign responsibilities to local site planners
§Prepare maintenance week report for manager’s review
§Above 10 Years experience in O&G industry (Preferable with IOC’s direct or contract)
§Degree in Engineering – Preferably Electrical or Instrumentation & Control
§Practical exposure to production facilities
§Proficient in Planning tools – Primavera 6
§Exposure to CMMS tools – MAXIMO & SAP
§Proficient in Project management tools – MS Project, PowerPoint
§Excellent communication skills
§Evident career progression
§Good employment track record