An exciting contract opportunity has arisen for an experienced Project Engineer responsible for the day to day operational planning and scheduling requirements of the terminal as well as playing a key role in the resource implementation of current and pending projects over the next 6-12 months.
This is a critical role to my client and you will work in a small close knit team to ensure the ongoing success of their facilities.
Key responsibilities include:
Assisting the engineering team in the planning, preparation and execution of engineering projects
Responsible for maintaining and updating all, relevant engineering and operations manuals
Assist with the management of the Permit-to-work (PTW) system - including issuing of permits, training and auditing as required
Plan and co-ordinate maintenance activities to meet the maintenance policy and plan
Assist Maintenance Team Leader and Engineering Manager with management of change compliance for any engineering / maintenance changes
Provide leadership with all risks and hazard analysis of maintenance / project activities. Initiate JSAs as required
Schedule maintenance work and ensure all resources required are available and all necessary work flows have been taken into account
Ensure the safe execution and completion of all Engineering and Maintenance
Distribute documents such as policies, quality manuals, standard forms, instructions and procedures to contractors as required
Assist the Maintenance Team Leader to prioritise new items and include in the maintenance plan
Ideally you will already have a minimum of 5 years industrial Industry Engineering Maintenance / Planning & Scheduling experience with O&G preferred.
However we are open to candidates from any High Hazard engineering environment such as Waste, Power, Chemical Processing, Dairy, Mining, Brewing etc
The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following attributes:
Demonstrate a strong focus and genuine interest in HSE leadership / management
Knowledge and ability to understand, interpret and translate engineering drawings and engineering codes and standards
Conversant with HSNO
Ability to manage time, work under minimum supervision and meet deadlines effectively
Ability to set clear priorities, reduce complexity and manage risk
Ability to communicate and negotiate effectively
Proven experience in Permit-to-Work (PTW) systems / risk management / planning / scheduling
Drives positive change, i.e. demonstrates a strong continuous improvement mindset
Some knowledge of the oil industry or bulk liquid storage (e.g. dairy or water) desirable
A relevant tertiary qualification
As a 6-12 month Fixed-Term position the role is well suited to a contractor or someone seeking an interim role over the coming year. ONLY applicants in Auckland or with an imminent pending move and current unrestricted work rights for New Zealand will be considered for this role.
Apply online, send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting ref: KR70965 or call Kerry on 09 951 5006 or 021 917 913