Electrical Supervisor

Employer:
Pilbara Minerals Limited
Posted
Nov. 9, 2019, 10:22 a.m.
Closing
Nov. 30, 2019, 1:20 p.m.

THE OPPORTUNITY: 

Reporting to the Maintenance Superintendent, the Electrical Supervisor is responsible for providing strong leadership to a team of electrical and instrumentation maintenance technicians, providing guidance on best practice and ensuring all safety and maintenance targets are met in accordance with regulations, standards, processes and guidelines. You will be a true advocate of the organisational values.

This is a permanent full-time position which operates on a FIFO 8/6 roster from Perth. 

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Act as the in-house Electrical Installing Work Licence Nominee as nominated by the RM

Monitor compliance and ensure work is performed within the Australian Electrical Standards and the WA Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations

Manage the execution of the maintenance plan via the daily allocation of resources to task

Supervise and provide technical support across the mine infrastructure, including the fixed processing plant and the mine accommodation camp

Fault finding control circuits, loop checks, mechanical checks on electrical equipment and assessing the impact on production, plant and equipment

Manage the effect on unplanned work against the weekly schedule and ensure that weekly PM’s are completed in accordance to plan

Provide a feedback loop to the Lead Maintenance Planner on all maintenance activities

Manage daily activities in PRONTO including raising PO’s, requisitioning stock, raising and closing work orders

Participate in KPI tracking and improvement actions

Provide coaching for operational staff in maintenance practices and ensure appropriately structured, capable operating team with the skills required to sustain the maintenance team

ABOUT YOU:

WA ‘A’ grade Electrical licence and Cert IV Instrumentation Qualifications as a minimum or Electrical Engineering Degree/Diploma

HV Switching Operator Competency

Demonstrated experience at supervisory level within an electrical maintenance role on a fixed plant processing facility

Show a high level of commitment to continuously improve and promote best maintenance practices.

Significant operational electrical experience with experience in root cause analysis highly valued

Systematic planning skills

Ability to work effectively in a dynamic team environment

Familiarity with maintenance management systems

PLC/Scada experience highly regarded

PRONTO experience highly regarded

Current WA Driver’s licence

Willingness to undertake a full site medical and provide a current National Police Clearance

WHAT WE OFFER:

The opportunity to work in a Greenfield operation and play a role in the development of the mine

Competitive remuneration and benefits

Commitment to ongoing development

Be part of a values based organisation with a strong organisational culture

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