Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited(formerly Moody International Nigeria Limited) was established in 1996 as a partnership between Moody International Group and Nigerian investors. Since commencing operations in March 1997 the company continues to grow and exerts its presence in numerous Projects in the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry.
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Accountable for Instrument aspect of detailed planning (L3/4) of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) build scope), KPI’s (Key Performance Indicator) and progress measurement indicators. The CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) scope includes; SAP-PM, Spares and BOM in SAP-MM, Inspection/Corrosion management in S-IMS and quality interface with supporting systems including s-RBI, s- RCM, w-SIFPRO, AVEVA, SAPDMS/ SharePoint, etc.
Supervisor of Instrument discipline aspect of the project’s MRTA (Maintenance & Reliability Improvement and Turnaround) within ORCSU (Operations Readiness, Commissioning and Start-up) team.
Participate in all Maintenance Assurance-related reviews like Operability & Maintainability Workshop, Reliability Centered Maintenance Workshop etc.
Assist the Service contract holder for CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) build services (TA CTR and CMMS contractor call-off contract).
Assist the Service contract holder for MM/BOM (Material Management/Bill of Material) build services (TA CTR and MM/BOM contractor call-off contract).
Accountable for the Instrument-related project MRTA (Maintenance & Reliability Improvement and Turnaround) deliverables.
Responsible for determining the level of Instrument-related aspect of Maintenance, Inspection, and Engineering activity necessary to meet reliability, availability and plant life objectives (Production Promise).
Provide accountability for the new Instrument Maintenance workshop and Instrument aspect of other project infrastructure facilities (Workshop, warehouse, passenger terminals, etc.
Interface with company’s Asset Maintenance, Maintenance Support Services and other departments on Instrument Maintenance aspect of project.
Accountable for full compliance with local HSE standards, regulations, permit & consents requirements.
Work within the Project and Asset teams to implement the Instrument aspect of MRTA (Maintenance & Reliability Improvement and Turnaround) related standards and processes.
Review all Maintenance related project deliverables (with bias for Instrument discipline), HSE (Health, Safety & Environment) Procedures and providing feedback for final documentation
Jointly accountable for setting up the Spare Parts and Special Tools Management for Project and ultimate delivery to Asset.
Ensure that the aspect of Instrument Maintenance of Project is implemented in compliance with Governmental regulations and Company Technical and Health, Safety, Security & Environmental (HSSE) standards.
Minimum of B.Sc Degree or HND in an Instrument Engineering Discipline.
10+ years’ experience in MRTA (Maintenance & Reliability Improvement and Turnaround) in the Oil and Gas industry, at least 2 of which will have been in a major project environment.
Extensive field experience in managing Maintenance systems setup and delivery in project or in an asset organization.
Previous role will require experience in a similar role in major project delivery or asset involving complex processing, new technologies, change management/ business improvement.
Solid technical knowledge of maintenance management with MIE (Maintenance & Integrity Execution) best practices and a hands-on approach to implementing planning and scheduling activities as part of coaching maintenance staff.