• Take part in maintenance planning meeting, contributing suggestions and clarifying work required.
• Carry out work during the planned maintenance window in accordance with the planned maintenance schedule issued by the planner.
• Where scheduled work cannot be completed, feed back to the Maintenance Planner for direction. This may involve\ rescheduling the work or prioritising outstanding work.
• Assist fellow team members in the execution of their tasks in support of planned maintenance periods.
• Complete any administration and SAP tasks in support of planned maintenance.
• Partake in maintenance post mortems to feedback problems, opportunities and learning from maintenance activities.
• Partake in cleaning, lubrication and inspection in accordance with the maintenance schedule issued by the Maintenance
• Carry out routine maintenance activities in accordance with the maintenance schedule.
• Where problems have been uncovered during routine maintenance, these must be resolved using the appropriate problem solving techniques. If required, additional resources may be called in to assist.
• Carry out condition monitoring activities where these have been allocated to the Technician in accordance with the CM schedule.
• On request, partake in carrying out running repairs on plant and equipment, or support the Shift Artisans in carrying out repairs.
• When carrying out repairs assess the problem and determine a course of action.
• Where required, specialist assistance may be called in. This may include internal resources such as Instrument Technicians, or external resources such as Contractors or Suppliers.
• Where repairs indicate that major work is required, such as re-wiring a motor, this must be transferred to the engineering workshop for attention.
• Verify that where running repairs have been carried out, this has addressed the problem.
• Complete the administration tasks relating to any running repairs that the Technician has carried out. This includes all SAP inputs.
• Where running repairs cannot be carried out, communicate this to the Maintenance Planner to ensure the work is planned into the next planned Window.
• Where problems have occurred during routine activities, apply the correct problem solving approach to resolve.
• Where required, call in additional resources to assist in problem solving or escalate to the Utilities Maintenace Controller for direction.
• Assist fellow team members to resolve problems on request.
• Take part in FFA’s on request.
HOUSEKEEPING AND SAFETY
• Operate in a safe manner at all times, and identify and highlight unsafe work practices so that these may be corrected.
• Fully comply to all legal, NOSA, Environmental and other relevant legislation.
• Carry out work according to the work instructions and adhere to appropriate SAB policies and procedures.
• Carry out housekeeping tasks, and apply 5S principles during the execution of duties.
• Start up, run and maintain the following equipment:
• 11kV / 380V transformers and reticulation
• 7 bar air compressors and driers
• Steam Boilers
• Refrigeration plants
• Water treatment (Nano and RO)
• Pumps, gearboxes, filters
• When requested, to implement small capital projects
• Delegated and monitored work allocation
• Managed personal development and performance
KEY ATTRIBUTES AND COMPETENCIES
• Manufacturing processes & procedures
• SHE standards and regulations
• Quality specifications and requirements
• Organisation understanding
• Technical knowledge and principles
• Action planning
• Effort focusing