Growth and decay are fundamental realities. All living things perform something unique to their species. When they are dead, they all undergo the same process of decomposition into their fundamental molecular components. These components no longer perform tasks related to the living organism. Nature is responsible for life and renewal in each species as well as the process of decomposition.
Our equipment is also designed to perform very specific functions repeatedly and reliably. New equipment, whether operated or not, starts decaying immediately, unlike living beings. Maintenance needs to be the life force behind our plant and equipments’ specific physical existence with the aim of giving it renewal and sustainability, whether from wear and tear or damage.
We will measure our effectiveness using plant availability.
If you are a suitably qualified individual who understands the above concept and you have the skills and experience to implement the Critical Success Factors described below then please apply.
Critical Success Factors
1. Know and understand the plant and equipment design and technical specifications and standards.
2. Have the confidence and management skill and experience to delegate to caring and skilled human capacity which is the only resource that can convert an idea into reality.
3. Implement and manage proper maintenance infrastructure and tools.
4. Be able to understand and manage the spare components/parts supply chain.
5. Design and implement preventative maintenance and call outs to standards and Safety protocols.
6. Measure and report relevant issues with reference to our part in the value chain (ThroughPut).