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Maintence Supervisor

Location County Wicklow
Job type Temporary
Salary Negotiable
Published over 1 year ago
Start date ASAP
Contact email Krys Leitchman
Job ref KLMSWW_1654014200

Job description

Staffline are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, interested in working as part of a multi-disciplinary team. The role involves maintenance and operation of the site, requiring due diligence, attention to detail and problem-solving skills.

The Maintenance Supervisor will carry out the required operational duties, in conjunction with the Plant Manager, to ensure optimum plant performance and reliability. The main responsibility will be the management of the operation and maintenance of the plant. This will include scheduling, overseeing and also carrying out of preventative and reactive maintenance on a range of motors, pumps, valves and conveyors on site, according to the computerised maintenance management system (CMMS). A hands on approach is required. There is a wide range of equipment, and a multi-disciplinary team on site for assistance.

The role will involve effective communication and interaction with management, team members, clients, and suppliers so as to ensure that deliverables and company goals are achieved. In executing the role it is paramount that Health & Safety, Ethical and Quality requirements, both legislative and company specific, are fully respected and taken account of.

There may be occasions where you will be required to work outside normal working hours, including weekend and public holidays to provide/organise immediate assistance to Operators and clients.

Day to Day of the Role:

  • Monitoring and controlling the day to day operation of the treatment plant, in accordance with site O&M Plan, to optimize plant performance and ensure compliance with contractual requirements;

  • Fault finding and maintenance of pumps, motors and motorised valves

  • Monitor the plant and operation of plant machinery and carry out any relevant maintenance work;

  • Organisation of all planned and unplanned maintenance and repair activities through use of the CMMS (Computerised Maintenance Management System) to ensure optimum plant performance and equipment life, and giving direction to the team of same;

  • Monitor the water quality on a regular basis, e.g. Chlorine residuals, turbidity and pH; and ability to work with online monitoring equipment and sensors.

  • Preparation and implementation of Method Statements and Risk Assessments to ensure safe work practices by staff and sub-contractors;

  • Use of remote monitoring tools (Log Me In) as appropriate to verify plant condition, and monitoring of alarm dial-outs.

  • Availability for response to plant failures outside normal operation hours in accordance with roster for same, and general availability to assist in remote troubleshooting where appropriate;

  • Assist with On Call as above, one week in four/ during 24/7 operation assisting the onsite operator with On Call availability.

  • Organising , planning and prioritising your own work, and that of resources delegated to you;

  • Prepare weekly work schedules and conduct weekly progress meetings and prepare weekly progress reports;

  • Effective management, guidance and training of delegated resources;

  • Effective time management and execution of work within defined timeline and budgetary constraints;

  • Problem solving and troubleshooting mechanical, process and electrical problems and application of good working principles;

  • Support and assist the Plant Manager & General Manager;

  • Collaborate with and support other Managers within site on operational issues, best practices and Business Development initiatives.

  • Ensure continued improvement for more efficient production of plant and maintenance work

  • Ensure that all work is carried out in accordance with the plant's performance management system and the company's quality management system, safety rules, health and safety legislation and relevant environmental standards.

Required Skills for the Role:

  • Trade qualified Mechanical fitter- Knowledge of the water treatment industry, with >3 years' experience in water treatment plants is an advantage.

  • Experience with metering pumps is an advantage.

  • This position requires that you must be flexible and available outside of the normal working week to provide/organise immediate assistance to Plant Manager and Clients;

  • Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work in a team and/or on own initiative;

  • Strong technical capability with attention to detail;

  • Strong Problem solving and trouble-shooting skills;

  • Effective time management and Communication skills.

  • Mechanical- Pumps, motors, gearboxes

  • Instrumentation/electrical

Please note:

​If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be asked to show proof of right to work in Ireland.

If you are a non-EU/EEA national , you will require current and valid permission to work and reside in the Republic of Ireland.

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