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Maintenance Manager

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Job ID:

1722743

Location:

Oxfordshire 

Salary:

£53,000.00 per annum
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Job Views:

6

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

09/10/2020

Closing Date:

06/11/2020
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Job Description:

JOB TITLE: Maintenance Manager

LOCATION: Didcot

SALARY: £46,000 - £53,000/ Annum + Generous Company Benefits

YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:

- Qualified to HNC level or higher in a relevant technical discipline
- Must have a proven and demonstrable background of people management, including managing teams consisting of multiple disciplines
- Must have a strong understanding of Health and Safety practices & procedures in highly regulated industry, ideally nuclear
- Excellent communication skills are required in order to impart information and guidance on a wide range of maintenance topics
- Substantial knowledge of maintenance and planning aspects of plant.

IDEALLY YOU WILL ALSO HAVE:

- Past experience as Maintenance Manager on Nuclear Licensed Sites, although experience in similar environments would also be advantageous - such as Petrochem, Manufacturing, Power Generation etc.

ROLE INFORMATION:

Purpose of Role
To ensure adequate maintenance is specified and delivered to maintain asset availability for decommissioning, and minimise degradation in an assigned area in accordance with standards and operational procedures as required by the Nuclear Site Licence, other legislation and Company Policy.

Key Duties/Responsibilities/Accountabilities

Safety, Environment & Security
- Set out controls to ensure the safe delivery of tasks and ensure compliance with the local and the clients Management System
- Maintain knowledge of the relevant local and the clients management systems
- Actively monitor and reinforce safety behaviours.
- Establish a safe operational culture and provide safety, security & environmental leadership
- Maintain your own safe & secure workplace, identifying safety, environmental and information security risks and hazards apply STAR and report unusual occurrences
- Oversee Contractors ensuring they have appropriate levels of supervision and are adhering to safety/environmental controls and delivering the planned work.

Leadership
- Effectively lead, oversee and direct an operational team, monitoring performance and maintaining delivery to plan.
- Set and communicate work standards both within the team and to contractors and stakeholders.
- Establish the correct work ethic and culture within the team.
- Develop the skills, capabilities, and behaviours of your team. Use mentoring and coaching to ensure experience and knowledge is shared. Flagging risks and opportunities.
- Monitor and manage the performance of direct reports; actively supporting those at risk of underperforming, or with unacceptable levels of absence.
- Establish and maintain an appropriate and effective level of stakeholder engagement.
- Challenge the status quo and identify future opportunities through innovation within area of professionalism/ function/ business and process.

Delivery
- Ensure delivery of maintenance, strategy and plan.
- Ensure LC28 compliance / translation from safety case to EMIT.
- Put in place support contracts where local resources cannot deliver requirements.
- Manage the production of PMI/SFI documents required for maintenance delivery.
- Provide oversight of training required for team members.
- Provide oversight of maintenance delivery in accordance with company arrangements, and to feed into monthly SPI reports; includes overseeing Mainsaver.
- Liaise with other site departments and other interested parties to achieve the above.
- Act as Qpulse authorised editor as required.
- Act as Issuer and Retriever of Authority to work forms.
- Support investigations, and its, inspections and Regulatory interventions.
- Support the effective deployment of company-wide policies, processes, systems and procedures ensuring that at all time the business remains compliant. This includes, but is not limited to, the need to comply with the company's Equality and Diversity Policy and undertake identified associated learning and development activities.

Training
The post holder will be required to complete training as defined in S-035 and by the requirements of an authorisation instruction and/or as requested by the Company in order to maintain SQEP/Competence.

Authorisations
The post holder may be required to achieve various authorisations in order to carry out the full scope of the role. The requirements for specific authorisations are specified in Common Authorisation Instructions.

Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants
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Maintenance Manager

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Job ID:

1722743

Location:

Oxfordshire 

Salary:

£53,000.00 per annum
col-narrow-right 

Job Views:

6

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

09/10/2020

Closing Date:

06/11/2020
col-wide 

Job Description:

JOB TITLE: Maintenance Manager

LOCATION: Didcot

SALARY: £46,000 - £53,000/ Annum + Generous Company Benefits

YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:

- Qualified to HNC level or higher in a relevant technical discipline
- Must have a proven and demonstrable background of people management, including managing teams consisting of multiple disciplines
- Must have a strong understanding of Health and Safety practices & procedures in highly regulated industry, ideally nuclear
- Excellent communication skills are required in order to impart information and guidance on a wide range of maintenance topics
- Substantial knowledge of maintenance and planning aspects of plant.

IDEALLY YOU WILL ALSO HAVE:

- Past experience as Maintenance Manager on Nuclear Licensed Sites, although experience in similar environments would also be advantageous - such as Petrochem, Manufacturing, Power Generation etc.

ROLE INFORMATION:

Purpose of Role
To ensure adequate maintenance is specified and delivered to maintain asset availability for decommissioning, and minimise degradation in an assigned area in accordance with standards and operational procedures as required by the Nuclear Site Licence, other legislation and Company Policy.

Key Duties/Responsibilities/Accountabilities

Safety, Environment & Security
- Set out controls to ensure the safe delivery of tasks and ensure compliance with the local and the clients Management System
- Maintain knowledge of the relevant local and the clients management systems
- Actively monitor and reinforce safety behaviours.
- Establish a safe operational culture and provide safety, security & environmental leadership
- Maintain your own safe & secure workplace, identifying safety, environmental and information security risks and hazards apply STAR and report unusual occurrences
- Oversee Contractors ensuring they have appropriate levels of supervision and are adhering to safety/environmental controls and delivering the planned work.

Leadership
- Effectively lead, oversee and direct an operational team, monitoring performance and maintaining delivery to plan.
- Set and communicate work standards both within the team and to contractors and stakeholders.
- Establish the correct work ethic and culture within the team.
- Develop the skills, capabilities, and behaviours of your team. Use mentoring and coaching to ensure experience and knowledge is shared. Flagging risks and opportunities.
- Monitor and manage the performance of direct reports; actively supporting those at risk of underperforming, or with unacceptable levels of absence.
- Establish and maintain an appropriate and effective level of stakeholder engagement.
- Challenge the status quo and identify future opportunities through innovation within area of professionalism/ function/ business and process.

Delivery
- Ensure delivery of maintenance, strategy and plan.
- Ensure LC28 compliance / translation from safety case to EMIT.
- Put in place support contracts where local resources cannot deliver requirements.
- Manage the production of PMI/SFI documents required for maintenance delivery.
- Provide oversight of training required for team members.
- Provide oversight of maintenance delivery in accordance with company arrangements, and to feed into monthly SPI reports; includes overseeing Mainsaver.
- Liaise with other site departments and other interested parties to achieve the above.
- Act as Qpulse authorised editor as required.
- Act as Issuer and Retriever of Authority to work forms.
- Support investigations, and its, inspections and Regulatory interventions.
- Support the effective deployment of company-wide policies, processes, systems and procedures ensuring that at all time the business remains compliant. This includes, but is not limited to, the need to comply with the company's Equality and Diversity Policy and undertake identified associated learning and development activities.

Training
The post holder will be required to complete training as defined in S-035 and by the requirements of an authorisation instruction and/or as requested by the Company in order to maintain SQEP/Competence.

Authorisations
The post holder may be required to achieve various authorisations in order to carry out the full scope of the role. The requirements for specific authorisations are specified in Common Authorisation Instructions.

Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants