About the job
1.1 Job Scope Summary
The Mechanical Maintenance Engineer assists the Sr Engineer to analyze / carry out O&M activities, to maximize the availability and reliability of equipment using, systematic / analytical approach, and to troubleshooting, failure analysis, predictive/preventive maintenance, and design improvements.
1.2 Job Responsibilities
Compliance with Health, Safety & Environmental requirements
Takes an active role in working with other O&M personnel, supervise people in the field and coordinating assigned activities with O&M personnel.
Ensures that all time worked is recorded on completed work orders
Conduct Risk identification/analysis/assessments
Performs condition-based maintenance data acquisition on plant and equipment using vibration, thermography, visual inspections, ultrasound and other techniques/technologies as appropriate
Review and update of O&M plans
Records all equipment changes and any abnormal or unusual conditions that may exist on any piece of assigned equipment
Performs daily routine inspections, plant walkdown including filling out necessary log sheets and writing maintenance work requests as needed
Analyse and optimise spare parts management for predictive maintenance
Manage and follow up the technical documentation of the equipment (drawings, procedures, certificates…)
Work closely with the execution teams for failure analyzes or improvement proposals
Assist in supervising the activities of external technicians or sub-contractors
Assist in the preparation of budget for O&M activities
Track and monitor plant performance, procedures and processes
The above job duties and responsibilities are intended to describe the general nature of the work and are not intended to be an inclusive list of all responsibilities. Duties and responsibilities may change or vary depending on the specific needs of the operations.
1.3 Educational / Professional Qualifications / Training Certifications
Diploma in Engineering or equivalent certifications
HSE accredited training qualifications
1.4 Job Experience
Must have at least 3 years as a Maintenance Engineer with substantial experience in one or more of the following specialties: welder, machinist, and pipe / pump / valve technician
Must be knowledgeable in using a CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) and other related software
Familiar with HSE standards, procedures and requirements and control plant operations in a safe and efficient manner
1.5 Core Competencies
Safety Focus: Encourages and support the team to be safe while at work and ensuring team adheres to workplace safety, regulations, standards, and practices
Technical Expertise: In depth practical knowledge of processes and practices in own functional area
Processing Details (Analysis/Reasoning): Identifies key facts in a range of technical works and mechanical principles. Ability to see when something appears wrong or incomplete, or need testing, adjusting and repairs. Distinguishes information that is not pertinent to a decision or solution.
Accountability: Demonstrate sense of responsibility and ownership of own actions, assigned objectives, activities and processes
Adaptability: Demonstrate reliability, high ability to work under pressure, social competency, ability to manage conflict, assertiveness and service oriented. Ability to manage any changes such as technical, organizational, social and cultural.
Problem-Solving: Focus on resolving technical challenges and ensuring that decisions are made based on operational directives and solving the emerging problems. Demonstrate insight into the root-causes of problems and generates a range of solutions and courses of action with benefits, costs, and risks associated with each.
Teamwork: Understand own role in the team and contribute to achieving team’s goals and develop constructive working relationship with team members and exchanges knowledge and experience