About the role
We are looking for an Electrical Planner Ore Delivery to planning for Safety Work Execution. Ensuring all weekly maintenance activities are planned and scheduled in a manner that allows maximizes the efficiency of our people and equipment while improving the reliability of the operation.
Reporting to the Superintendent, Asset Management Ore Delivery, the Electrical Planner will :
Ensure safety needs are given a top priority in work planning
Identify and plan all maintenance tasks to ensure equipment reliability
Ensure maintenance is conducted to Asset Management standards, to increase reliability and availability of assets
Ensure work orders for accountable area are prioritized, fully planned with all resources, materials and specialised tooling identified with assignment of appropriate status
Review work in the required schedule period taking into consideration (Asset criticality, statutory work, warranty, repairable / rotable, severity and safety impact) inclusive of project maintenance work
Participate in monthly cost reviews, (planned spend versus actual spend; escalate any major variance of actual vs plan and identify opportunities to realign spend vs budget).
Annual budgeting for following year maintenance
Liaise with key stakeholders to ensure there is effective communication of the plans and upcoming maintenance to ensure appropriate risk management strategies are in place
Ensure critical risks are identified in the planning process with appropriate controls accounted for so the work can be performed safely and effectively.
Improve productivity of people, equipment, and work quality by eliminating potential delays and obstacles to efficient work execution.
Provide KPI data showing maintenance performance to varies departments and recommending system and design changes to improve processes materials.
Apply shutdown management best practices and scheduling shipping of repairable items and track them until they return to site.
Participate in defect elimination process, Courage to Care (CTC), DMAIC improvement projects, RCM, Safety Production System, Engineering Project work in your area, review activities related to the area of responsibility.
What you will need for this role
Electrical Engineering or Technology Diploma
Certified electrician, or equivalent planner training with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in an industrial setting.
Uncompromising commitment to working safely and intelligently.
Demonstrated rigor into the application of AM standard
Strong working knowledge of SAP
Computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite
Effective organizational and time management skills to manage a wide-ranging and priority changing workload
Excellent attention to detail
Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to work in a team and prioritize tasks & common goals
Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders
It will also be beneficial if you have
Previous Maintenance Planning Experience
Lean Manufacturing or Six Sigma training
What we offer
Be recognized for your contribution, your thinking and your hard work, and go home knowing you’ve helped the world progress.
A work environment where safety is always the number one priority
Career development & education assistance to further your technical or leadership ambitions
A competitive base salary reflective of your skills and experience with annual incentive program
Ongoing access to family-friendly health and medical programs, pension and savings plans
Attractive share ownership plan
Leave for all of life’s reasons (vacation / annual, paid parental, sick leave)
Exclusive employee discounts
Where you will be working
We are a leading North American producer and exporter of premium iron ore pellets and high-grade concentrate with average iron grades greater than 66%.
With a team of over 2,400 employees, IOC is committed to providing value and continuity for our customers, employees, communities and shareholders through our unique mine to port approach, taking advantage of our full integration and wholly owned infrastructure to deliver our high-quality concentrate and pellets to our customers across the globe.
IOC’s operations include a mine with five operational pits, a concentrator and a pelletizing plant located near Labrador City in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
We also operate a wholly-owned 418 km railway, the Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway (QNS&L), which links our Labrador operations to Company-owned port facilities in Sept-Iles.