The Rotating Equipment Discipline Planner is responsible for planning discipline-specific (Rotating Equipment) corrective, preventative maintenance, and minor modification activities while accounting for safety/health/environmental factors, reliability, and cost in support of production assets in the Gulf of Mexico.
Perform work prep activities for work orders requiring subject matter expertise in the REQ discipline including but not limited to:
-provide detailed procedural job steps-identify and coordinate 3rd party and/or construction needs for orders with support activity requirements
-identify and requisition required materials/services to facilitate repairs at the asset -identify production and/or POB impacts
-adhere to budget limits, seek platform leadership/finance approval as needed
-adjust start date based upon needs of the asset/constraints
-Comply with and adhere to all AMS-Maintenance Execution process requirements
-Consult Technical Engineering Support for procedure or work planning guidance and seek concurrence as needed-Responsible for the creation and modification of corrective maintenance task lists
-Expectation to travel offshore as needed for planning or execution.
-Experienced team player capable of multi-tasking and managing multiple competing priorities.
-Ability to develop and foster positive working relationships with Planning Team members, asset leadership, and all asset-based personnel is a necessity.
-Accountable for the overall planning and execution of REQ activities including Simops coordination with the asset and budgeting significant spend.
-This role will execute planning in both routine and major maintenance-including major REQ work activities with significant spend.
-Must be able to demonstrate an expert level of knowledge in maintenance planning and rough cut scheduling
- Experience with and knowledge of operating and maintaining platform cranes in the Gulf of Mexico is a significant plus
- Expert level of knowledge of maintenance scheduling and estimating principles/techniques
-Understanding of resource planning and resource allocation techniques
-Demonstrated commitment to safe work practices
-Must hold or be able to obtain HUET certification for offshore travel
-10+ years experience effective organization skills, time management, and interpersonal skills are a must.
-Must be self-directed and work well independently.