Maintenance Planner at Auckland Airport – New Zealand

Employer Name: Auckland Airport
Working Hours: 8-hour shifts between 7.30 am – 4.00 pm
Employment type: Permanent employment, Full time
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

We are looking for a full-time, multi-talented Maintenance Planner to join our team based in Manukau. The role will support many stakeholders. It is envisaged that the successful applicant will come from a Trade background and will possess wide-ranging abilities. We are looking for someone who can work well under pressure and can communicate with both technical and non-technical stakeholders and contractors. The purpose of this position is to ensure the effective management of Planned Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance, and Reactive Maintenance.

Responsibility

  • Ensure health and safety procedures are followed by staff and contractors. 
  • Ensure asset register and CMMS system align. 
  • Ensure the preventative maintenance processes are in line with OEM recommendations for relevant assets. 
  • Develop maintenance work plans (preventive, corrective and predictive) with necessary information to allow efficient scheduling, assigning and execution of maintenance work. 
  • Review reactive and preventive work orders to ensure asset issues are addressed and failure root cause(s) are identified. 
  • Ensure critical spares are identified and available. 
  • Build effective relationships with key stakeholders across the business. 
  • Manage contractors and ensure work is completed to agreed standards and service levels. 
  • Manage the Permit to Work system for planned works  
  • Manage the Terminal Endorsement Process for planned works  

Requirements

  • Min 5 years’ experience in relevant trades. 
  • Experienced in using a Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) 
  • Experience of working with or implementing good Health and Safety practices. 
  • Well-developed skills as a team contributor, with demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively across functional lines stakeholders. 
  • Knowledge of New Zealand Building codes and regulations. 
  • Understanding standards and specifications to develop sound maintenance procedures. 
  • Problem solving using Root Cause Analysis (RCA) tools. 
  • Good understanding of lean processes and demonstrates high level of personal housekeeping (5S).   
  • Broad-based experience or a sound knowledge of Plant Mechanical and Engineering practices and policies with a particular emphasis on Asset Care Maintenance operations, plant reliability and Health and Safety. 

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