Offshore Work Preparator/Planner

Aberdeen, Scotland
22 Aug 2019
03 Sep 2019
Reshma Karavadra
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time

Worley has an immediate requirement for an adhoc Offshore Work Prepartor/Planner for a 3 month duration.

Main Duties:

  • Ensure all Maintenance activities, are prepared to allow a safe and environmentally responsible operation
  • Continually review all Maintenance PM's raising Work orders to improve Maintenance Delivery
  • Responsible for the daily selection of both PM & Breakdown work orders for preparation following Platform and Maintenance prioritisation guidelines
  • Apply technical knowledge to determine equipment problems, failure modes and identifying appropriate solutions in order to develop work packs. Participate in Risk Assessment, Root Cause Analysis, Safety Operation Assessments.#
  • Liaise with vendors, onshore support and supervisors to confirm dates and all requirements are all reflected where required in the work order
  • Responsible for ensuring all Repair Orders constraints are managed ,prioritised, scheduled and delivered as per target dates
  • Responsible for ensuring all constraints are managed in relation to rough scheduled dates and target finish dates
  • Responsible for determining planned man hours & updating estimate man hours columns
  • Responsible for maintaining High Quality work orders to reflect real time work preparation status
  • Responsible for running daily ready for execution checks & setting relevant work orders for scheduling
  • Continually checks Breakdown, Repair & Follow On Work Orders to ensure completed correctly and accurate
  • Responsible for compiling a work preparation end of trip written handover and completing verbal handover
  • Responsible for liaising with the Material Co-Ordinators / Storeman on material control issues
  • Provide ongoing work preparation training to platform operations and maintenance technicians
  • Attends daily Work Order review and prioritisation meeting

Role Requirements:

  • A core trade competence in either mechanical, electrical or instrument disciplines must have or be working towards a level 3 NVQ in their core discipline
  • Knowledge of methods, materials, tools and equipment in the maintenance of oil and gas exploration
  • Equipment knowledge of the modes of failure applicable to large industrial equipment such as fans, pumps and compressors and their associated components
  • High skill in applying technical knowledge to determine equipment problems (including knowledge of RCA techniques and their applicability) and identifying appropriate solutions in order to develop work packs
  • Skill in reading, interpreting and applying information from files, drawings, catalogues, reports and manuals
  • Skill in communicating clearly and concisely in verbal and written form
  • Skill in using TMAX to prepare work packages and monitor materials availability

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