Maintenance Planner /Scheduler
Location: Calgary or Edmonton
Contract length: Initially 6 months
- Job Overview: Plan and Schedule multi-disciplinary field execution of contract trades employed in the repair, adjustment, modification, removal and/or installation of plant equipment across Distribution.
- Key Accountabilities: Reporting to the Mtce Lead this position will Plan and Schedule multi-disciplinary field execution of contract trades employed in the repair, adjustment, modification, removal and/or installation of plant equipment and facilities while promoting safety and continuous improvement. You will use your experience and knowledge to:
- Develop and sustain an effectively planned maintenance schedule
- Prepare job plans and maximize resource productivity with the planned cost ready for scheduling, detailing parts, materials, special tools, external services, and documentation
- Manage an effective short- and long-range maintenance plan, modify the plan for variations due to availability of resources, actual work completed or additional work requirements
- Maintain, improve and optimize job plans, task lists, strategies and procedures utilizing continuous improvement initiatives and techniques
- Continuously monitor and maintain work requirements and requests (notifications) including maintenance and operations being run in conjunction with outages to maximize resources and potentially minimize downtime. (increase availability)
- Assist in the development of maintenance programs and provide input and suggestions to improve effectiveness, processes, and procedures
- Ensure compliance to all relevant policies and standards - including the Management of Change (MOC) process and maintenance business processes (M&R Standard)
- Adhere to all health, safety and environment standards, and ensure effective actions and programs are in place to sustain safety and reliability performance goals
- Develop regular cadence for scheduling review meetings with CFTs
- Collaborate with the CFT Mtce Coord and Terminal Supervisor in building out the schedule
- Regular Travel to Terminals across Canada to support job planning and scheduling (Primary Terminals located in Rimouski, Montreal, Ottawa, GTA area, Oakville, London, Thunder Bay, Saskatoon, Milden, Edmonton, Kamloops, Nanaimo, and Terrace). There are also third-party Terminals that may need to be supported at times.
Required Qualifications: Three or more years of Maintenance planning and scheduling experience preferably in Oil and Gas
- Exceptional working knowledge of SAP and Microsoft Office
- A valid mechanical discipline Journeyperson Certificate or an Interprovincial Red Seal Journeyperson Certificate or equivalent experience
- Possess a valid drivers licence and a clean driving record
- Strong collaboration skills that enable you to build strong, positive relationships within Distribution.
- Oil and Gas experience
- Experience and Education: Preference for Oil and Gas experience
- Require SAP experience in planning and scheduling capacity
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