We are currently looking for a Maintenance Planner for a prominent international Operator in Anchorage, Alaska. Our client is the 4th largest exploration and production company worldwide, with operations in more than 300 countries and assets of $160 billion.
The Field Maintenance Planner is responsible for maintenance and minor construction projects for production facilities and camps and schedules to optimize safe execution of maintenance activity, minimize personnel/HSE exposure, ensure Company, State, and Agency compliance. Coordinate efforts within various work groups.
- Provide planning/scheduling oversight of facility based maintenance crews.
- Planning and coordination for small scope Facility Shutdowns
- Planning and coordination of corrosion repairs, facility upgrades, and all general facility maintenance
- Provide input to long range plan for turnaround activity to support handover to Shutdown Team for execution
- Reporting and reviewing KPI’s to track program work
- Champion the effective use of company Planning/Scheduling process
- Ensure timely closeout of Work Orders
- Participate in walk downs to ensure quality plans and estimates are developed
- Assist in developing estimates to support high level funding requests
- Serve as execution coordinator for work performed by external resources, including local and specialty contractors
- Track and manage costs
- Participate in behavior based safety programs and perform Proactive Safety Audits
- Goal oriented, self-motivated, and able to proceed on assigned tasks with minimal supervision.
- Project management expertise tracking multiple concurrent projects.
- Valid driver’s license
- Willing and able to work in and live in a remote site in the Arctic, including working in harsh weather locations with or without reasonable accommodation.
- Strong written and oral communication skills with experience facilitating meetings using available technology.
- SAP, Prometheus/Primavera P6, and MS Office Application proficiency.
- Analytical and problem-solving experience coordinating complex activities and identifying opportunities for improvement.
- Basic understanding of process facility maintenance activities and pre-job planning requirements.
- High School Diploma or GED
- Minimum 5 years’ experience in heavy industrial maintenance, construction, facility engineering, or reliability engineering.
- Proficient drawing interpretation skills for planning review.