Maintenance & Spare Parts Coordinator

PUB333111

About this role: Maintenance & Spare Parts Coordinator

About this role: Maintenance & Spare Parts Coordinator

RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for in-time completion of the spares parts functionality and availability data in the CMMS.Responsible for coordinating the project operational and capital spares selection and procurement process and complete in-time delivery of the spare parts to their final destination.
Responsible for ensuring that the documents for the project operational and capital spares are selected and available electronically in the ECDR.

MAIN TASKS
Set up and keep up to date the Project Spares List including priorities, budget and forecasts figures.Identify and review revisions of project equipment purchase orders requiring spares and create for each work-package in the PSL an initial forecast, priority and budget code with input from the Maintenance Strategy Engineer.
Expedite, Review and QA of vendor equipment documentation and spares recommendations (SPILs)Create analysis sheets; liaise with Spares Engineers for in time completion of the spares and document selection.
Update PSL and carry out uploads of spare parts to purchase in the project procurement system (NADIA)Send procurement instructions to the Project Buyer.
Upload data into the CMMS (Nadia dummy POs, Bill of Materials, Stock Items)Liaise with Logistics Expediter, Yard, Shorebase, Storekeeper to ensure in time and complete delivery.
Review and approve ECDR spare parts documentation.Liaise with Package Managers for invoices approval upon receipt in the SBM’s forwarders warehouses of the goods purchased.
Develop periodic detailed and high level status/progress reports covering analysis, procurement, delivery, priority and cost forecast.Continuous improvement of Spares selection and procurement processes
Support the Maintenance Strategy Engineer with operational and capital spares studiesProvide Instructions and Guidance to the Storekeepers and verify their work when activities start in the Yard and in the CMMS.

Requirements

Requirements

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Minimum 5 years experience of Materials/Inventory Control and Logistics in the offshore oil or marine industry.HNC level qualification in an associated business or Engineering discipline. Computer literate especially in EXCEL and VBA
Fluent in spoken and written English

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Matthew Duane
Brunel Energy UK Manchester
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