BASIC FUNCTION -Supervises the maintenance and repair of a wide range of machinery parts and equipment in the workshop, including machining and repair of valves and the supervision of tool store operation kept under his custody -Includes monitoring work execution and providing guidance to ensure conformity to statutory, company regulations and international standards -Inspects completed work for conformity to craft standards, operational requirements, and safety standards -Cooperates with other maintenance and production personnel over multi-disciplined work, and the installation and testing of fabricated parts WORK PERFORMED -Supervises the activities of assigned personnel in the Mechanical Workshop Performs supervisory functions at the level established by management for the position -Receives planned and ad hoc job requests from other Maintenance, Operations or Technical Services personnel to repair special requirements Review drawings and sketches for work, allocates assignments and provides technical guidance and instructions throughout duration of the job Inspects completed work for conformity to requirements and arranges for the installation and testing of fabricated parts -Implements preventive maintenance programmes for machinery only (Ruwais) or machinery in the workshop and for power tools and equipment kept in the tool stores Includes determining frequency of maintenance based on historical data or manufacturers recommendations; preparing equipment check lists and keeping detailed equipment records and performance data, preparing daily or weekly schedules and raising job cards or work orders according to schedules -Monitors the requirements for general materials, spare parts and equipment for the Workshop; follows up to ensure that sufficient raw materials, spare parts, tools and equipment are available to enable work to be carried out Prepares requisitions for replenishment as necessary Inspects materials prior to acceptance and participates in technical evaluation of materials ordered and received -Carries out regular inspections of shop and work areas to ensure that safe working conditions are provided, that equipment and tools are used in accordance with operating instructions and that equipment which is malfunctioning is identified for repair or replacement -Exercises general supervision over the operations of a tool store Includes ensuring an efficient system for receiving, storing and issuing tools and equipment and for keeping records of movements in and out Follows up on maintenance and repair requirements for tools kept under his custody -Acts as a member of various Materials Committees to provide professional assistance, from a workshop point of view, on the safest methods to implement required modificationrepair works, or to provide advice on the feasibility of in-workshop fabrication of equipment andor parts to effect the objective of material stock optimisation and resource utilization Includes inspecting parts to be fabricated, raising purchase requisitions to procure required materials and supervising work execution until satisfactory completion -Identifies specific training needs for National employees undergoing on-the-job training for Supervisors attention Carries out training of trainees, developees and other subordinates to improve their skills with a clear objective of career development -Carries out other similar or related duties, as assigned Includes assessing work needs and identifying job requirements, and coordinating with outside facilities available to execute the job satisfactorily; preparing various activity reports; ensuring that good house-keeping is practiced at all times, and that material is salvaged and reconditioned wherever possible -Participate in TQM and HSE systems and conduct daily tool box talk and weekly safety talk with subordinates to uphold the department objectives -Assist in job safety analysis, criticality analysis -Prepares equipment technical assembly data reports for lathe, milling, and shaping machines, keeps records for future reference and maintains technical equipment files for proper follow-up and monitoring -Suggests and proposes to the Sr Mech EngrMech Engr minor modifications to be carried out on related equipments to improve the performance and reliability of the same MINIMUM REQUIREMENT -Completion of Technical Higher Diploma -Minimum 8 years experience in diversified metal crafts, including machine tooling, bench fitting, tool repair, welding and sheet metal works -Fair knowledge of English
Function:IT Software - Application Programming / Maintenance
Deadline:07th Oct 2024
Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (TAKREER) is considered prominent oil refining company regionally an internationally contributing to oil markets and to the rapid growth of UAE economy. Since is inception, TAKREER maintained its position as a leading refining company, due to high standard and efficient refining operations consistent with sound health, safety and environment practices as well as the world class standard performance of both operations and employees.