Job Description

Maintenance Planner

Ref No: AM17446

Meath, Co. Meath, Ireland

Competitive salary

Maintenance Planner - County Meath.

The main purpose of this position is to ensure that work, resources, people and material are properly co-ordinated with production availability, statutory requirements, safety and environmental issues to ensure that the highest standards of maintenance and project delivery are achieved, fully satisfying the customer at all times.

While this position is primarily a day position there may be a requirement to work on 12 hour shift at the company’s request.

There will also be a requirement for the individual to become involved in the standby/call out system.

Requirements will arise at varying frequencies in line with operational demands for the successful individual to be reallocated to complete maintenance tasks in the plant.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Work with Engineers to plan and implement standard projects.
Produce daily and weekly work schedules, including planning resources and having the correct material available for the task at hand.
Logging of work requests received from telephone, phone or other media.
Preparation of inspection, preventive, predictive and all other maintenance and project work orders and task lists.
Coordination of the work requests with the requestor, maintenance and production management and other relevant persons.
Ensuring the availability of material, equipment and special tools, including requesting these items from the stores.
Generate, update and close out Work Orders where applicable.
Liaise with management to ensure the business, and business unit’s objectives are achieved.
Liaise with suppliers for ordering material.
Liaise with PDM, projects and other specialist functions to capture work routines and logging work for future reference and/or traceability.
Providing maintenance support to craft and contract employees.
Generating reports and following up on outstanding work.
Updating and loading system information, including asset changes, standard times, resource information and any other data that maybe required from time to time.
Maintaining customer support to best practice.
Regular and ongoing follow-up on spare parts availability, delivery, special equipment availability that will be required.
Ensure that items drawn from the stores are recorded against the job card where the items are consumed. Liaison with the stores personnel to regularly review records and documentation.

Interested applicants must have successfully completed a Crafts qualification, or equivalent, with at least 5 years’ experience within a manufacturing environment.
The individual must be computer literate with an ability to further develop systems.

The person must have good planning skills and be capable to schedule, interface and work with the production plan in order to optimize the use of both internal craft and maintenance skills, together with control and external contractors.

He/She must have a good understanding of the material requirements and resources required to do the job.

Good communication skills both verbal and written are required as this position will require communicating with people at all levels both internal and external.

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