Under the direction of the Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Supervisor, this position is responsible for preparing work packages and interfacing with customers.
This position is also responsible for identifying and estimating / procuring materials and equipment for Maintenance job activities.
Preparing Assessment Work Packages (Job Cards, IWP’s, DWP’s) as per Pro-339.
Interfaces with customers to identify the full scope of work.
Visit site and estimate work content for trades.
Identify potential workplace hazards.
Identify issues relating to jurisdictional requirements / codes.
Identify materials and special tooling requirements.
Interfacing with engineering for design and evaluation of work.
Interface with other support groups for drawings, IRRs etc.
Identify appropriate level of documentation and prepare corresponding work plan.
Identify related procedures / manuals and appropriate references in work plan.
Recommend substitutions for equipment or components.
Procurement of Materials and Equipment.
Estimate and procure materials.
Prepare Purchase Requisitions.
Monitor / expedite material ETAs.
Interface with Planning Coordinators to ensure tasks are scheduled based on accurate ETA information.
Performance will be assessed according to :
Accuracy of estimates
Response time / turn around time of jobs
Completeness / consistency and technical content of work packages
Secondary Successful completion of a recognized apprenticeship in one or more relevant industrial trades and a minimum of 2 years pertinent technical experience as a journeyman in the area of industrial maintenance or construction
Graduation from an Institute of Technology or equivalent with a minimum of 6 years experience in industrial maintenance or construction
Abilities and Skills
Must be a self-starter and willing to promote new ideas with good problem solving skills.
Must perform duties in a manner that promotes department and Operations goals and objectives.
Must communicate effectively with technical sections, Maintenance Planning Coordinators and work groups at all levels.
Ability to provide constructive feedback and dialogue for the Work Management and Maintenance teams to ensure proper job status and take suitable actions for resolving conflicts.
Must be competent in verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to stay motivated and achieve the established goals and objectives.
Must have a basic understanding of nuclear and conventional ASME and Canadian piping and pressure vessel codes, Canadian Building Codes, and (HVAC) Systems / Codes.
Must possess a working knowledge of the current Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations for Construction Projects for Ontario.
Must have experience with selection process equipment relevant to CRL facilities and maintenance management practices.
Must be familiar with business software such as E-mail, MS Word, MS Excel
Must be willing to undergo additional training appropriate to the position, eg. Computer training, Quality Assurance, Applicable Codes, Team Building Skills.
Must be able to understand and possess a working knowledge of the Work Management Software
Must have an up-to-date working knowledge of all applicable company and general safety regulations and procedures