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Asset Management Consultant

Organization: Hatch Ltd. (Corporate office
Location: Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
End of contest: May 30, 2014
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Type (Full time / Part time):
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Description
Hatch is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary professional services firm that delivers a comprehensive array of technical and strategic services, including Consulting, Information Technology, Engineering, Process Development, and Project and Construction Management to the Mining, Metallurgical, Energy, and Infrastructure sectors. Hatch has served clients for over 80 years and has project experience in more than 150 countries around the world. Established in Canada in 1955, we have grown to a team of more than 11,000 people in over 65 offices, the firm has more than $35 billion in projects currently under management.

We are seeking an Asset Management Consultant to develop asset strategies and lead teams in both maintenance development and spares assignments. Principal responsibility will be of developing asset management services to clients with existing groups in Eastern North America.

 

Key responsibilities for this role include:

  • Maintenance and reliability improvement activities
  • Reliability modeling and calculations
  • Maintenance planning and scheduling
  • Leading and executing small capital and/or maintenance projects
  • Shutdown management, planning and execution related tasks
  • Asset strategy, maintenance tactics, spare parts analysis and procedures development
  • Assist the clients to identify opportunities, create and execute strategy, achieve the expected outcomes, and sustain these outcomes through the development of asset strategies, key performance indicators and performance measures
  • Conduct appropriate audits or surveys to identify corrective or adjustment activities to ensure that improvement outcomes stay in line with the client's business needs
  • Facilitate workshops with clients
  • Report and present material to Hatch and/or clients as to outcomes achieved and future activities required to sustain and continuously improve
  • Identify and engage existing clients to further develop business opportunities
  • Identify and engage new clients to grow the practice
  • Work with team members to continuously improve practice services and capability, including working with other Hatch teams to increase understanding of the Asset Management practice
  • Prepare project proposals for review and delivery of all new works
Requirements

Education, skills and experience required for this role:

  • At least 10 years experience in a plant environment in heavy industry maintenance
  • Maintenance leadership in an operational environment
  • Willing to travel to site for assignments, as required
  • Exceptional knowledge of maintenance requirements, maintenance planning, shutdown / turnaround management, maintenance management systems, tools and methodologies such as reliability centred maintenance (RCM)
  • Experience driving plant improvements such as time, reliability, output, and quality
  • Leading and executing small projects in an operational environment
  • Experience in leading a small teams on multiple sites
  • Strong computer literacy skills (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access, MS Project) as well as strong CMMS skills and experience
  • Bachelor Degree or Diploma Qualification in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
  • Bilingual ability in French and English is essential

Desirable

  • Previous leadership roles in plant start up and rebuilds or expansions is an advantage

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Organization:
Hatch Ltd. (Corporate office
Address:
2800 Speakman Drive
Mississauga
Ontario Canada
www.hatch.ca


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