Mechanical Planner (Turnaround)
Oil & Gas
one year renewable
The Mechanical Planner (Turnaround) will have the responsibility:
•Assists in development of the turnaround plan from inception to completion of the event, is in accordance with current Turnaround milestones as per Turnaround and SCL policy, procedure and safety standards.
•Reviews and assesses each Turnaround job on assigned area of unit for resource requirements (i.e., job strategy, drawings, materials, parts, engineering specifications, tooling, contract requirements, equipment, types and number of people, duration).
•Develops an estimated cost for each job, including all support and indirect costs (Primavera P6).
•Ensures availability of Turnaround materials, spare parts and equipment.
•Ensures coordination of work with CMS, Turnaround Teams, Routine Maintenance, Projects and other associated areas.
•Works with contractor to ensure the resources and equipment are in place for the execution of the Turnaround.
•Ensure accurate Turnaround progress reporting and communication of deviations to plans, schedules, forecasts and performance
•Provides support for punch-outs, as built, PSSR.
•Maintains turnaround history of completed jobs in STRIPES, documenting how the job can be improved in the future.
•Develop planned job packages and files. Develop up to date parts lists.
•Schedule workforce, order required materials and work with other support Planners within the TA Planning Team to plan and schedule activities.
•Track components and arrange repair and return of equipment.
Essential Skills / Qualifications:
The Mechanical Planner (Turnaround) should have previous experience:
•Previous Turnaround Planning experience (3-5 yrs.), however a Mechanical, Rotating or Trades person with relevant experience will be considered.
•Experience in the maintenance area or project management.
•Technologists or Engineers with related experience will also be considered.
•Experience in Primavera (P6) & SAP is required