MAINTENANCE MANAGER

Wellington Western Cape

Salary Negotiable

 

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:

  • Provide strategic and operational inputs for an effective and efficient asset management of the site in line with best maintenance practices
  • Ensure effective and efficient preventative and corrective maintenance of equipment and facilities
  • Lead technical investigations into problem areas of asset management using problem solving techniques
  • Prepare and manage the maintenance budget and assist with capital expenditure projects of the engineering group
  • Compile and ensure implementation of EE Plan for maintenance disciplines
  • Ensuring that the business plan is executed accordingly within the approved budget
  • Ensuring that OSHACT ISO regulations are always up to date
  • Responsible for employee development, training, performance management as well as succession planning in the department
  • Ensuring that Asset Register is available and accurate all the time
  • To manage the Boiler operations (daily steam generation requirements) as well as Boiler statutory maintenance

 

POST REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum BSC/Btech in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • Government Certificate Competency (GCC Factories) as pre-requisite, registration as Pr Eng preferred
  • At least 10 years of experience in Mechanical & Electrical maintenance in a Process Plant environment. Knowledge of hazardous chemicals, in particular explosives, is preferred
  • Proven knowledge and experience in steam generation (Boilers Management), refrigeration plants (Freon and Ammonia) and air compressors
  • At least 5 years experience in Project management
  • At least 8 years of experience in Manufacturing, preferably in Process Plant with hazardous chemicals
  • Occupational safety, health and environmental awareness
  • Performance and strategic management skills
  • Financial management skills will be an added advantage

Please submit all ACADEMIC CERTIFICATES AND QUALIFICATIONS WITH YOUR APPLICATION. Closing date for applications: 25th September 2020.

 

Email: melanie@shamrockrecruiting.co.za  Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.