Maintenance and Reliability Manager 

Based in

Aberdeen, onshore


Reporting to

  • Reports functionally to Triton Asset Manager 
  • Reports operationally to Triton Asset Manager 


Staff / Contractor

Staff

Job Summary

Reporting to the Triton Asset Manager, this role will work alongside the functional organisation to ensure a fit for purpose maintenance strategy. 

Roles and responsibilities

This newly created role will report to the Triton Asset Manager and be responsible for the following areas within the business: 

  • Accountable as the owner of the Work Management and Execution processes and how they are represented within the Maintenance Management System (Maximo)  
  • Accountable for the definition, implementation and analysis of work management and maintenance efficiency KPIs based on existing industry guidance and best practice.  
  • Accountable for the definition of Maintenance plans and execution on the Triton Asset.  
  • Accountable for the offshore delivery of Asset Integrity and Fabric Maintenance of the asset, ensuring internal service provision to the assets.  
  • Develop the maintenance strategy and working alongside the functional organisation ensure this strategy is fit for purpose and aligns with wider Production Operations priorities.  
  • Ensure that the maintenance strategy reflects the requirements of business and head office standards and are executable within asset constraints.  
  • Assess and budget for all activities relating to Asset Maintenance and Asset Integrity and ensure the team is appropriately resourced to deliver effectively against the strategies. 
  • Lead and enhance the development of Maintenance methodologies and strive for consistent, high levels of performance and delivery to production operations. 
  • Ensure backlog and fore log levels are risk assessed and managed within acceptable standards. 
  • Play an active role in delivering safe operations and annual WP&B. 
  • Working alongside the Management Teams, responsible for the ongoing development of a positive culture to effectively preserve the company’s integrity and deliver excellence in HSSE within the Dana’s UK business.
  • Contract ownership of Fabric Maintenance and other related contracts as specified.
  • Ensure reliability studies (RAM/FMECA etc) are available, considered and applied to develop a robust and assessed reliability process to enhance asset performance. 

HSEQ Responsibilities

Everyone working for or on behalf of Dana Petroleum has the following responsibilities with regard to his or her work to: 

  • Familiarise with the Dana Policies, including the policies on HSE, Risk Management and Major Hazards;
  • Familiarise with the One Dana Management System and its meaning for day-to-day work;
  • Familiarise with the work and be aware of all associated risks for People, the Environment, Assets and Reputation (PEAR);
  • Report any incident, near miss, hazards (unsafe acts/situations) and improvement suggestions;
  • Know their roles and responsibilities;
  • Actively participate in any job or HSEQ training or instruction by or on behalf of Dana Petroleum;
  • Use all provided means as intended and according to their purpose. 

Job specific skills and
knowledge

  • Demonstrable work experience in a similar role essential   
  • Experience of working with an ageing asset  
  • Maintenance experience 
  • Planning experience (offshore)  
  • Experience of managing third party contracts and vendors   
  • Offshore experience ideally gained in roles such as MITL / Superintendent   
  • Maintenance management systems experience  – Maximo preferred but not essential 
  • Experience of developing, implementing and achieving success with maintenance KPIs / maintenance strategy  

General capabilities

  • Team oriented leadership style and demonstrated ability to motivate others/teams 
  • Results oriented and commercially driven 
  • Good interpersonal, and communications skills 
  • Highest standards of ethical and professional behaviour, consistent with the company’s values and business conduct policies 

Applicants should apply here before the closing date of 28 July 2024.