Overview: To provide technical support to the day shift personnel, ensuring maximum plant availability, efficiency, quality, and reliability. Perform root cause failure analysis and investigate production and quality related issues. Lead projects for both improvements and new developments. Shut planning and supervision.
Minimum qualification of National Diploma or N6 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, with 4 years of relevant experience.
The ideal candidate will hold a B Tech or B Eng with 2 years of relevant experience.
Plant process and equipment knowledge
Knowledge of Hydraulic, Pneumatic and complex mechanical systems.
Must have sound knowledge of planned maintenance principles
Good communication skills with ability to liaise with suppliers and colleagues on all levels
Maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of all mechanical and hydraulic- equipment
Support Maintenance Team on breakdowns and shutdowns
Refurbishment of specialised spares, risk identification and management thereof
Develop contingency procedures, and do plant modifications in line with new technology
Ensure legal compliance
Liaise with project department and manage capital projects
Update LRU system
Attend meetings with suppliers
Stores management updating item codes as needed
Perform standby duties
Assist with continuous plant improvement